Recent Table of Contents – September 2018

Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique – Volume 51 no. 3 (August 2018)
Dalhousie Law Journal – Volume 40 no. 2 (Fall 2017)
Journal of Environmental Law and Practice – Volume 31 no. 3 (July 2018)
Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law/Revue de droit parlementaire et politique – Volume 12 no. 2 (August 2018)
Revue de droit de l'Université de Sherbrooke – Volume 46 no. 3 (2016)
Saskatchewan Law Review – Volume 81 no. 2 (2018)
University of British Columbia Law Review – Volume 51 no. 2 (2018)

Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique
Volume 51 no. 3 (August 2018)

VIEWPOINT

  • Big data analytics in economics : What have we learned so far, and where should we go from here?
    • Norman R. Swanson and Weiqi Xiong, 695-

ARTICLES

  • Monetary and fiscal policies in a heterogeneous-agent economy
    • Hongfei Sun and Chenggang Zhou, 747-
  • How important are wealth effects on consumption in Canada?
    • Maral Kichian and Milana Mihic, 784-

SPECIAL SECTION : THE RENEWAL OF THE BANKOF CANADA’S INFLATION-CONTROL TARGET

  • Editors’ introduction: The renewal of the Canadian inflation-control target
    • Francisco Ruge-Murcia and Alexander L. Wolman, 799-
  • Monetary policy and macroprudential policy : Different and separate?
    • Lars E.O. Svensson, 802-
  • A policy model to analyze macroprudential regulations and monetary policy
    • Sami Alpanda, Gino Cateau and Césaire Meh, 828-
  • Housing market dynamics and macroprudential policies
    • Gabriel Bruneau, Ian Christensen and Césaire Meh, 864-
  • Monetary policy tradeoffs between financial stability and price stability
    • Malik Shukayev and Alexander Ueberfeldt, 901-
  • Downward nominal wage rigidity : Evidence from Canada 1901-1950
    • Patrick J. Coe, 946-
  • Downward nominal wage rigidity in Canada: Evidence from micro-level data
    • Dany Brouillette, Olena Kostyshyna and Natalia Kyui, 968-
  • Downward nominal wage rigidity in Canada : Evidence against a “greasing effect”
    • Joel Wagner, 1003-
  • Could a higher inflation target enhance macroeconomic stability?
    • José Dorich, Nicholas Labelle St-Pierre, Vadym Lepetyuk and Rhys R. Mendes, 1029-

Dalhousie Law Journal
Volume 40 no. 2 (Fall 2017)

ARTICLES

  • The Story of Law Reform in Nova Scotia : A Perilous Enterprise
    • Bill Charles, 339-
  • Equality and the Defence of Provocation : Irreconcilable Differences
    • Isabel Grant and Debra Parkes, 455-
  • Employing Older Prisoner Empirical Data to Test a Novel s. 7 Charter Claim
    • Adelina Iftene, 497-
  • Connexion : A Note on Praxis for Animal Advocates
    • John Enman-Beech, 545-
  • The Phenomenology of Medico-Legal Causation
    • Nicholas Hooper, 579-
  • Hit Them Where it Hurts : State Responses to Bike Gangs in Canada
    • Graeme Melcher, 609-

Journal of Environmental Law and Practice
Volume 31 no. 3 (July 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Can Canada’s “Living Tree” Constitution and Lessons from Foreign Climate Litigation Seed Climate Justice and Remedy Climate Change?
    • Dustin W. Klaudt, 185-
  • Climate-Proofing Judicial Review After Paris : Judicial Competence, Capacity, and Courage
    • Jason MacLean & Chris Tollefson, 245-
  • Climate Change, Corporate Social Responsibility, and the Extractive Industries
    • Sara L. Seck, 271-
  • Toward a Principled Design of Carbon Pricing Systems : Lessons from Nova Scotia’s Proposal to Meet the Carbon Pricing Requirement in the Pan-Canadian Framework for Climate Change
    • Meinhard Doelle, 293-

Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law/Revue de droit parlementaire et politique
Volume 12 no. 2 (August 2018)

PERSPECTIVE

  • The War on Democracy and the Rule of Law
    • Gregory Tardi, 265-

EXTRA!

  • A Ticking Clock for a Timely Moment
    • George A. Lopez, 271-

COMMENTARY ON THE ROLE OF LAW

  • L’état de la démocratie au Canada
    • Michael Chong, 275-

ARTICLES

  • Le projet de Constitution du Canada de 2017 et le potentiel des conversations constitutionnelles
    • Johanne Poirier & Daniel Turp, 301-
  • The draft Constitution of Canada, 2017 and the Potential of Constitutional Conversations
    • Johanne Poirier & Daniel Turp, 307-
  • Constitution du Canada de 2017/The Constitution of Canada, 2017
    • 311-
  • Premier Couillard’s Québec Affirmation Initiative : Understanding, Knowing and Acknowledging Each Other in the Federation
    • Kathy L. Brock, 361-
  • Le Sénat du Canada : l’avenir de la Confédération
    • Benjamin Dionne, 379-
  • Unscrambling the Accreditation Egg : Deciding Qualification for Membership in The Parliamentary Press Gallery
    • Mark Bourrie, 407-
  • Decolonizing Accountability to Law : Reforms Concerning Indigenous Peoples in the Post-TRC Period
    • Shaké Melanie Sarkhanian, 425-

PRACTICE NOTES

  • Civil Crown Counsel : Lore Masters of the Rule of Law
    • Eric Pierre Boucher, 463-
  • Why the International Joint Commission’s Decision to Eliminate the International Air Quality Advisory Board Could be Short-Sighted
    • Emily McMurtry & Gavin Murphy, 491-

LEGISLATION

  • Repealing a Statute when the Legislature is Prorogued : The Practice in Ontario
    • James W.J. Bowden, 505-
  • Le preuve extrisèque et l’immunité d’intérét public en droit québécois
    • Camille Nadeau, 513-

LITIGATION

  • The Queen (Claran McClean) v. First Secretary of State and Her Majesty’s Attorney General High Court of Justice, Divisional Court Case no.: CO/3320/2017 Unreported
    • David Bowden, 541-
  • B.C. Freedom of Information and Privacy Association v. British Columbia (Attorney General)
    • Ian Peach, 551-

JURISPRUDENCE

  • Including emerging litigation/Comprenant les litiges en voie de développement
    • Gregory Tardi, 557-

LITERATURE

  • On the House : An Inside Look at the House of Commons (Montreal and Kingston : McGill Queen’s University Press, 2017) Rob Walsh
    • Joe Comartin, 563-
  • Breakdown : The Inside Story of the Rise and Fall of Heenan Blaikie (Toronto : Barlow Books, 2017) Norman Bacal
    • Avnee Paranjape, 567-

Revue de droit de l'Université de Sherbrooke
Volume 46 no. 3 (2016)

TABLE DES MATIÈRES

  • L’arrêt Jordan, le management de la justice et le droit de la gouvernance : de la conversion des droits en nombres à la transformation de la culture juiridique
    • Stéphane Bernatchez, 451-
  • L’action en concurrence déloyale et les recours indemnitaires canadiens en matière de concurrence : quel dialogue en droit civil québécois?
    • Benjamin Lehaire, 507-
  • Sur les traces de l’influence musulmane sur l’évolution du droit international humanitaire de 1858 à 1977
    • Jabeur Fathally, 545-

NOTE DE RECHERCHE

  • Lorsque le temps est l’ennemi de la justice : les fondements et les origins de la prescription extinctive des droits personnels
    • Frédéric Levesque, François Tremblay et Caroline Lepage, 575-

NOTE BIBLIOGRAPHIQUE

  • Jalons pour une théorie pragmatique de l’interprétation du contrat : du temple de la volonté à la pyramide de sens
    • Jérémie Fortin-Legoux, 609-

Saskatchewan Law Review
Volume 81 no. 2 (2018)

ARTICLES

  • Mortgage Obligation Deficiency Recovery
    • Ronald C.C. Cuming, 113-
  • ABCD Remoteness Problems : Nemo Dat & its Exceptions under Subsection 26(1.2) of Saskatchewan’s The Sale of Goods Act
    • Clayton Bangsund, 133-
  • The State of Crown Prerogatives within Saskatchewan
    • Alex Laird, 163-
  • The Challenge Regulating Prisons : How the Regulation of Persistent Organic Pollutants can Provide a Framework for Preventing the Spread of Chronic Wasting Disease
    • Patricia L. Farnese, 187-
  • Gender Markers on Government-Issued Identification in Saskatchewan : Rights, Reform, and Jurisdiction in a Shifting Legal Landscape
    • Katherine Starks, 213-

BOOK NOTES

  • Value Change in the Supreme Court of Canada (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2017) Matthew E. Wetstein & C.L. Ostberg
    • Rob Emes, 247-
  • The Constitution in a Hall of Mirrors : Canada at 150 (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2017) David E. Smith
    • Thomas Laval Fransoo, 249-
  • Religious Freedom and Communities (Toronto : LexisNexis Canada, 2016) Edited by Dwight Newman
    • Aaron Fritzler, 252-
  • Implementing and Working with the Youth Criminal Justice Act across Canada (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2016) Edited by Marc Alain, Raymond R. Carrado & Susan Reid
    • Zoe Johansen-Hill, 254-
  • Twenty-First-Century Immigration to North America : Newcomers in Turbulent Times (Montreal : McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2017) Edited by Victoria M. Esses & Donald E. Abelson
    • Erica Klassen, 256-
  • A Culture of Rights : Law, Literature, and Canada (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2016) Benjamin Authers
    • Jianna Rieder, 258-
  • Justice Back and Forth : Duties to the Past and Future (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2016) Richard Vernon
    • Brad Smith, 260-
  • Freedom and Indigenous Constitutionalism (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2016) John Burrows
    • Katherine Starks, 262-
  • Aboriginal Rights Claims and the Making and Remaking of History (Montreal : McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2016) Arthur J. Ray
    • Adam Unick, 265-

University of British Columbia Law Review
Volume 51 no. 2 (2018)

ARTICLES

  • Breaking the Purposive Barrier : Embracing Non-Repetition as a Guiding Principle for Subsection 24(2) of the Charter
    • Veenu Goswami, 289-
  • Private Property and Aboriginal Title : What is the Role of Equity in Mediating Conflicting Claims?
    • Robert Hamilton, 347-
  • Does a Will Stand a Chance Under the Current Interpretation and Application of Defendants’ Relief Legislation in British Columbia?
    • Dorota Miler, 391-
  • Lawyers and Court Representation of Organized Pseudolegal Commercial Argument [OPCA] Litigants in Canada
    • Donald J. Netolitzky, 419-
  • The Anthropocene in the Time of Trump, Financial Markets, Climate Change Risk, and Vulnerability
    • Janis Sarra, 489-
  • Ipeelee and the Duty to Resist
    • Marie-Andrée Denis-Boileau & Marie-Ève Sylvestre, 548-