Recent Table of Contents – August 2018

Canadian Criminal Law Review/Revue canadienne de droit pénal – Volume 23 no. 2 (June 2018)
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique – Volume 51 no. 1 (February 2018)
Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence – Volume 31 no. 2 (August 2018)
Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal – Volume21 no. 1 (2018)
Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada – Volume 61 no. 2 (June 2018)
Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques – Volume 44 no. 2 (June 2018)
University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 68 no. 3 (Summer 2018)
Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues/Revue des affaires juridiques et socials de Windsor – Volume 39 (May 2018)

 

Canadian Criminal Law Review/Revue canadienne de droit penal
Volume 23 no. 2 (June 2018)

ARTICLES

  • From Obscenity to Child Pornography : An Analysis of Canadian Court Cases
    • Jennifer Kusz and Simon Verdun-Jones, 131-
  • The Constitutionality of Using Production Orders to Obtain Stored Communications Content
    • Colton Fehr, 171-

CASE COMMENT

  • The Future of the Principled Approach to Hearsay
    • Hamish Stewart, 183-

Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique
Volume 51 no. 1 (February 2018)

VIEWPOINT

  • Welfare economics, risk and uncertainty
    • Marc Fleurbaey, 5-

ARTICLES

  • Peacekeeping : A strategic approach
    • Max Blouin, 41-
  • Delegation to a possibly ignorant agent
    • Aggey Semenov, 64-
  • How do selling mechanisms affect profits, surplus, capacity and prices with unknown demand?
    • Patrick Hummel, 94-
  • Heterogeneity in the dynamic effects of uncertainty on investment
    • Sung Je Byun and Soojin Jo, 127-
  • A theory on the role of wholesalers in international trade based on economies of scope
    • Anders Akerman, 156-
  • Health spending, savings and fertility in a lifecycle-dynastic model with longevity externalities
    • Slew Ling Yew and Jie Zhang, 186-
  • Do peers affect childhood obesity outcomes? Peer-effect analysis in public schools
    • Jebaraj Asirvatham, Michael R. Thomsen, Rodolfo M. Nayga, Jr., and Heather L. Rouse, 216-
  • Intra-household allocation of parental leave
    • Paula E. Goobi, Juliane Parys, and Gregor Schwerhoff, 236-
  • Stock vesting conditions, control benefits and managerial replacement
    • Meg Adachi-Sato, 275-

Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence
Volume 31 no. 2 (August 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Constitutional Interpretation and Institutional Perspectives : A Deliberative Proposal
    • Donald Bello Hutt, 235-
  • “Listen to Them and Give Them a King” : Self-Determination, Democracy, and the Proportionality Principle
    • Giordana Campagna and Raffael N. Fasel, 257-
  • Legal Time
    • William E. Conklin, 281-
  • Ronald Dworkin and the Curious Case of the Floodgates Argument
    • Noam Gur, 323-
  • Exclusionary Reasons, Virtuous Motivation, and Legal Authority
    • Andrew Jordan, 347-
  • Can the Reasonable Doubt Standard be Justified? A Reconstructed Dialogue
    • Federico Picinali, 365-
  • The Metaphysics of Statehood
    • David Tan, 403-
  • A Taxonomy of Legal Control
    • Daniel Ward, 431-
  • Justifying Resistance to Immigration Law : The Case of Mere Noncompliance
    • Caleb Yong, 459-

Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal
Volume21 no. 1 (2018)

ARTICLES

  • A Legal Framework to Govern Online Political Expression by Public Servants
    • Amanda Clarke & Benjamin Piper, 1-
  • Honda v. Keays : Employer Shield or Employee Sword? An Empirical Analysis
    • Bruce Curran, 51-
  • Deepening the Delusion in the Regulation of Temporary Help Agency Employment
    • Timothy J. Bartkiw, 93-
  • Management Consultants and the Employees of their Client Organizations : Towards a Model of Employee Protection
    • Pnina Alon-Shenker, 117-

COMMENTARY ON CASES, LEGISLATION AND POLICY

  • Unclear and Unconvincing : The Standard of Proof in Police Discipline Cases after Jacobs v. Ottawa (Police Service)
    • Patrick Simon, 173-
  • Harper v. Lafarge : Summary Judgment and the Assessment of Reasonable Notice in Wrongful Dismissal Cases
    • Patrick Hart, 189-

Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada
Volume 61 no. 2 (June 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Dancing with giraffes : Why philanthropy matters for public management
    • Susan D. Phillips, 151-
  • Who are you afraid of and why? Inside the black box of refugee tribunals
    • Sule Tomkinson, 184-
  • Se coordonner pour aider les sans-abri : les visages variés du travail relationnel de première ligne
    • Luc Farinas, 205-
  • The federal government’s banks : Financial services and public policy
    • Malcolm G. Bird, 228-

THIRD PARTY REGULATION

  • Policy versus practice : Third party behaviour in Canadian elections
    • Andrea Lawlor, Erin Crandall, 246-
  • Digital third parties : Understanding the technological challenge to Canada’s third party advertising regime
    • Tamara A. Small, 266-
  • Third party political participation and anti-collusion rules
    • Michael Pal, 284-

NEW FRONTIERS

  • Networks and accountability : Moving research forward
    • K. Levasseur, 304-

Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques
Volume 44 no. 2 (June 2018)

ARTICLES

  • The Global Financial Cycle, Monetary Policies, and Macroprudential Regulations in Small, Open Economies
    • Gregory Bauer, Gurnain Pasricha, Rodrigo Sekkel, and Yaz Terajima, 81-
  • Impact of Bankruptcy Reform on Consumer Insolvency Choice
    • Jason Allen and Kiana Basiri, 100-
  • Managing Drought Risk in the Okanagan : A Role for Dry Year Option Contracts?
    • John Janmaat and Nargiz Rahimova, 112-
  • Carbon Tax at the Pump in British Columbia and Quebec
    • Can Erutku and Vincent Hildebrand, 126-
  • Individual Financial Returns from Quebec Pension Reform Options : Analyzing Proposals to Renew a Second-Pillar Retirement Income Program
    • David Boisclair, Guy Lacroix, Steeve Marchand, and Pierre-Carl Michaud, 134-
  • Health and Capacity to Work of Older Canadians : Gender and Regional Dimensions
    • Kevin Milligan and Tammy Schirle, 159-
  • How Do Older Laid-Off Workers Get By : Reemployment, Early Retirement, or Social Insurance Benefits?
    • Ross Finnie and David Gray, 173-
  • Preferences for the Distribution of Incomes in Modern Societies : The Enduring Influence of Social Class and Economic Context
    • Robert Andersen and Meir Yaish, 190-

University of Toronto Law Journal
Volume 68 no. 3 (Summer 2018)

ARTICLES

  • The residue of imperium : Property and sovereignty on Indigenous lands
    • Douglas Sanderson, 319-
  • The choice we make and the world they create : Métis conflicts with Treaty One peoples in MMF v Canada
    • Daniel Voth, 358-
  • Honour in sovereignty : Can Crown consultation with Indigenous peoples erase Canada’s sovereignty deficit?
    • Richard Stacey, 405-
  • Legal pluralism? Indigenous rights as legal constructs
    • Chris Thornhill, Carina Calabria, Rodrigo Cespedes, Dominic Dagbanja, & Elizabeth O’Loughlin, 440-

FOCUS FEATURE : NATIONAL SECURITY LITIGATION

  • Introduction: Procedural innovations in national security litigation
    • Kent Roach, 494-
  • Special advocates and amici curiae in national security proceedings in the United Kingdom
    • Martin Chamberlain, 496-
  • Reforming the bifurcated process under section 38 of the Canada Evidence Act
    • John Norris, 511-
  • The need to justify and limit procedural innovation in national security litigation
    • Kent Roach & Craig Forcese, 526-

Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues/Revue des affaires juridiques et socials de Windsor
Volume 39 (May 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Ensuring Equal Access to the Canadian Health care System : A Discussion of the Legal and Ethical Considerations for PrEP
    • Brandyn Rodgerson, 1-
  • 2(d) as Harbinger of Substantive Justice? Toward the Creation of a Meaningful Freedom of Association
    • Jason M Harman, 35-
  • Les justiciables non représentés face à la justice : une étude ethnographique du Tribunal administratif du Québec
    • Emmanuelle Bernheim, Richard-Alexandra Laniel et Louis-Philippe Jannard, 67-
  • Between Consent and a Hard Place : The Disclosure of Personal Health Information to Families
    • Clancy Catelin, 105-
  • Contagion and the Public Body : A Re-Ordering of Private and Public Spheres in R v Gowdy
    • Joshua David Michael Shaw, 127-

         
COMMENTARY

  • A Codification Proposal : Amending the Canada Evidence Act to Battle Systemic Issues Related to Falsified Police Testimony
    • Jessica Proskos and Laura Robinson, 166-