Recent Tables of Contents – March 2019

Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique – Volume 52 no. 1 (February 2019)
Canadian Journal of Family Law/Revue canadienne de droit familial – Volume 31 no. 2 (2018)
Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law/Revue de droit parlementaire et politique – Volume 12 no. 3 (February 2019)
National Journal of Constitutional Law/Revue nationale de droit constitutionnel – Volume 39 no. 1 (January) Special Issue
Ottawa Law Review/Revue de droit d’Ottawa – Volume 50 (Winter 2019)
Relations industrielles/Industrial relations – Volume 73 no. 4 (Fall 2018)
Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series – Volume 89 (2019)

 

Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique
Volume 52 no. 1 (February 2019)

VIEWPOINT

  • Misallocation and aggregate productivity across time and space
    • Diego Restuccia, 5-

ARTICLES

  • Politics and entrepreneurship in the US
    • Louis-Phillippe Beland and Bulent Unel, 33-
  • Testing the Hackscher-Ohlin-Vanek theory with a natural experiment
    • Assaf Zimring, 58-
  • One-off export events
    • Ingo Geishecker, Phillipp J.H. Schröder and Allan Sørensen, 93-
  • Dynamic formation of preferential trade agreements : The role of flexibility
    • James Lake, 132-
  • The silent success of customs unions
    • Hinnerk Gnutzmann and Arevik Gnutzmann-Mkrtchyan, 178-
  • On the consequences of eliminating capital tax differentials
    • Ctirad Slavik and Hakki Yazici, 225-
  • Demand complementarities and cross-country price differences
    • Daniel Murphy, 253-
  • Sources of Canadian economic growth
    • Samira Hasanzadeh and Hashmat Khan, 279-
  • A model of wage and employment effects of service offshoring
    • Martin Tobal, 303-
  • Student loans and allocation of graduate jobs
    • Allesandro Cigno and Annalisa Luporini, 339-
  • Does tax competition make mobile firms more footloose?
    • Ben Ferrett, Andreas Hoefele and Ian Wooton, 379-

Canadian Journal of Family Law/Revue canadienne de droit familial
Volume 31 no. 2 (2018)

ARTICLES

  • Married Couple, Single Recipient : Understanding the Exclusion of Gifts and Inheritances from Default Matrimonal Regimes
    • Laura Cárdenas, 1-
  • Moral Evils v Health and Safety Evils : The Case of an Ovum “Obtained” from a “donor” and Used by the “Donor” in Her Own Surrogate Pregnancy
    • Pamela M. White, 55-
  • Prestation Compensatoire Et Union De Fait En Droit Québécois : Étude Critique Du Discours Judiciaire
    • Laurence Saint-Pierre Harvey, 127-

CASE COMMENT

  • (Some) Mothers Know Best : A Case Comment on MM v TB and the Plight of Indigenous Mothers in Child Welfare and Adoption Proceedings
    • Catherine Wang, 179-

BOOK REVIEW

  • The Family in Law (New York : Cambridge University Press, 2017) Archana Parashar and Francesca Dominello.
    • Mary Jane Mossman, 215-

Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law/Revue de droit parlementaire et politique
Volume 12 no. 3 (February 2019)

PERSPECTIVE

  • Pax Juridica
    • Gregory Tardi, 573-

COMMENTARY ON THE ROLE OF LAW

  • “Our Democracy Itself is in the Cross Hairs” : Why Election Security Matters in the United States
    • William C. Banks, 579-

ARTICLES

  • Cabinet Secrecy in Canada
    • Yan Campagnola, 583-
  • Democracy Under Siege : Ontario New Democrats in Power and the Decline of Parliament at Queen’s Park
    • Tom McDowell, 615-
  • The Minister’s Office Lawyer : A Challenge to the Role of the Attorney General?
    • Andrew Flavelle Martin, 641-
  • Public Inquiries, Popular Media, and Politics : The Decision-Making Processes of the Canadian Transportation Agency
    • Espeth McMurray, 659-
  • Demise of the Crown : An Historical Review of the Law in Canada
    • Thomson Irvine, 695-
  • State of Emergency and Constitutional Reform in Turkey : A Political Law Analysis
    • Elina Hammarström, 745-

PRACTICE NOTES

  • Section 2 of the British North America Act, 1867 : Is It Part of the Constitution of Canada?
    • B. Thomas Hall, 779-
  • Opening the floodgates : Does the International Joint Commission have a mandate to deal with redundant dams?
    • Courtney Taylor, Gavin Murphy, 785-

LEGISLATION

  • Canada’s Patchwork Environmentalism
    • Diana Jung, 797-

LITIGATION

  • Responsible Government in the Age of Secrecy : Parliamentary Privilege and National Security Information
    • Simcha Walfish, 829-

JURISPRUDENCE

  • Notable Case Law Concerning Legislative Bodies and Their Members
    • Melanie J. Mortensen, 863-

LITERATURE SPECIAL FEATURE : THE TRUMP PRESIDENCY, DEMOCRACY AND THE RULE OF LAW

  • Broken Government : How Republican Rule Destroyed the Legislative, Executive Judicial Branches (New York : Penguin Books, 2008) John Dean.
    • Rob Walsh, 881-
  • Fire and Fury : Inside the Trump White House (New York : Henry Holt and Company, 2018) Michael Wolff.
    • Rob Walsh, 885-
  • To Impeach or Not to Impeach? That is the Question – Review of : To End a Presidency : The Power of Impeachment (New York : Basic Books, 2018) Laurence Tribe and Joshua Matz; The Case for Impeachment (New York : Dey St., 2017) Allan J. Lichtman; The Case Against Impeaching Trump (New York : Hot Books, 2018) Alan Dershowitz.
    • Steven Chaplin, 887-
  • Donald J. Trump – A President Like No Other (Washington : Regnery Publishing, 2018) Conrad Black.
    • Jack Stillborn, 899-
  • Tyrant : Shakespeare on Politics (New York : W.W. Norton & Company, 2018) Stephen Greenblatt.
    • Hal Whiteman, 905-
  • A Collective Review of Books Dealing With the Trump Presidency : How Democracies Die (New York : Crown, 2018) Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt; Fascism : A Warning (New York : Harper Collins, 2018) Madeleine Albright with Bill Woodward; Trumpocracy : The Corruption of the American Republic (New York : Harper Collins, 2018) David Frum; Trumped Up : How Criminalization of Political Differences Endangers Democracy (New York and Nashville : Post Hill Press, 2017) Alan Dershowitz; A Higher Loyalty : Truth, Lies and Leadership (New York : Flatiron Books, 2018) James Comey; The President is Missing (New York : Little, Brown and Company ; Alfred A. Knopf, 2018) Bill Clinton and James Patterson.
    • Gregory Tardi, 909-
  • The Lure of Greatness : England’s Brexit and America’s Trump (London : Unbound Books, 2017) Anthony Barnett.
    • Megan Ma, 933-
  • Populismo 2.0 (Torino : Einaudi, 2017) Marco Revelli.
    • Davide Bacis, 941-

LITERATURE

  • Second Thoughts : Investor State Arbitration between Developed Democracies (Waterloo : Centre for International Governance Innovation, 2017) Armand de Mestral, Ed.
    • Ross Linden-Fraser, 945-

National Journal of Constitutional Law/Revue nationale de droit constitutionnel
Volume 39 no. 1 (January)

SPECIAL ISSUE : THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO ASPER CENTRE’S CANADA 150 CONSTITUTIONAL ROUNDTABLE SERIES

ARTICLES

  • The Kook, the Chief, Some Strife and the Lawyers : William Aberhart and the Alberta References of 1938
    • Richard Haigh, 1-
  • Assessing Adler : The Weight of Constitutional History and the Future of Religious Freedom
    • Benjamin L. Berger, 35-
  • Judicial Agency and Anxiety Under the Canadian Bill of Rights : A Constitutional History of R. v. Drybones
    • Eric M. Adams, 63-
  • One Step Forward and Two Steps Back : Poverty, the Charter and the Legacy of Gosselin
    • Martha Jackman, 85-

CASE COMMENTS

  • Dolphin Delivery and the Court’s Loss of Confidence
    • Richard Moon, 123-

Ottawa Law Review/Revue de droit d’Ottawa
Volume 50 (Winter 2019)

AVANT-PROPOS/FOREWARD

  • Le défi de faire face au changement en éducation juridique / The Challenge of Meeting Change in Legal Education
    • Doyen/Dean Adam Dodek, 1-

ARTICLES

  • La célébration du 50e volume de la Revue de droit d’Ottawa et du 200e anniversaire des fondateurs de l’Université d’Ottawa : L’historique de la Loi de l’Université d’Ottawa, 1965
    • Professeur émérite Joseph E. Roach
  • Une brève histoire de la Revue de droit d’Ottawa / A Brief History of the Ottawa Law Review
    • Peter C. Oliver, 31-
  • Étude de l’influence de la Revue de droit d’Ottawa auprès de la Cour suprême du Canada (de 1966 à 2017) / Assessing the Influence of the Ottawa Law Review at the Supreme Court of Canada (1966-2017)
    • Yan Campagnolo et Kyle Kirkup, 55-
  • Engaging Indigenous Legal Knowledge in Canadian Legal Institutions : Four Stories, Four Teachings, Four Tips, and Four Lessons about Indigenous Peoples in the Legal Academy
    • Dr. Tracey Lindberg, 119-

POSTFACE/AFTERWORD

  • Change and Consistency in the Shaping of the Ottawa Law Review
    • Cereise Ross, Editor-in-Chief, Administration, 133-
  • L’importance de s’adapter aux besoins de nos lecteurs et lectrices : La Revue de droit d’Ottawa au XXIe siècle
    • Taylor Wormington, Rédacteur en chef, Articles français, 135-
  • The Law-Review Experience : The Impact of Mentorship and Student Involvement Over the Past 50 Volumes
    • Christina Emberley, Editor-in-Chief, English Articles, 138-

Relations industrielles/Industrial relations
Volume 73 no. 4 (Fall 2018)

CONFÉRENCE/ CONFERENCE

  • Réflexions sur les mutations de la négociation collective
    • Claude Rioux, 641-
  • Reflections on the Transformations of Collective Bargaining
    • Claude Rioux, 653-

ARTICLES

  • Evaluating the State of the Employment Relationship : A Balanced Scorecard Approach Built on Mackenzie King’s Model of an Industrial Relations System
    • Bruce E. Kaufman, Michael Barry, Rafael Gomez and Adrian Wilkinson, 664-
  • Firmes multinationales et droits syndicaux : la contribution des alliances syndicales internationales à l’effectivité des Accords-cadres internationaux
    • Marc-Antonin Hennebert, Christian Lévesque, Gregor Murray et Reynald Bourque, 702-
  • Going the Extra Mile : Managers and Supervisors as Moral Agents for Workers with Disability at Two Social Enterprises
    • Timothy Bartram, Jillian Cavanagh, Stephen Sim, Patricia Parion-Cabrera and Hannah Meacham, 728-
  • Syndicats et responsabilité sociétale de l’entreprise : analyse longitudinale des stratégies des Confédérations françaises
    • Christelle Havard et André Sobczak, 753-
  • Social Movement Unionism as Union-Civil Alliances : A Democratizing Force? The New Zealand Case
    • Jane Parker and Ozan Alakavuklar, 874-
  • Les référentiels de compétences comme outils de gestion : concilier les apports déterministes et constructivistes
    • Roland Foucher et Aziz Rhnima, 814-
  • La qualité d’emploi en France : cartographie et classification des professions d’exécution
    • Oliver Brolis et François-Xavier Devetter, 840-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Labour Arbitration in Canada, 3rd edition (Toronto : Lancaster House, 2018) Morton Mitchnick and Brian Etherington.
    • Andrea Talarico, 878-
  • Performants…et licenciés – Enquête sur la banalisation des licenciements (Rennes : Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2017) Mélanie Guyonvarc’h.
    • Josée Côté, 879-w
  • Technology and the Future of Work : The Impact of Labour Markets and Welfare States (Cheltenham, UK and Northhampton, MA, USA : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017) Bent Greve.
    • Travis William Fast, 882-
  • Les peurs au travail ( Toulouse : Éditions Octares, 2016) Dirigé par Alain Max Guénette et Sophie Le Garrec.
    • Johanne Dompierre, 883-
  • Multinational Enterprises and Host Country Development, Volume 53 (Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Company, 2016) Edited by Holger Görg.
    • Sondes Turki, 886-
  • La désindustrialisation : une fatalité? (Besançon : Presses universitaires de Franche-Comté, 2017) Dirigé par Jean-Claude Daumas, Ivan Kharaba et Philippe Mioche.
    • Yves Blanchet, 888-
  • Hard Labor : The Battle that Birthed the Billion-Dollar NBA (Chicago : Triumphy Books, 2017) Sam Smith.
    • Braham Dabscheck, 890-

Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series
Volume 89 (2019)

ARTICLES

  • Developments in Criminal Law – Criminal Procedure : The 2017-2018 Term
    • Richard Litkowski and Jessica Zita, 1-
  • Developments in Substantive Criminal Law : The 2017-2018 Term
    • Ian R. Smith, 23-
  • Developments in the Law of Evidence : The 2017-2018 Term
    • Anisah Hassan and Carlos Sayao, 39-
  • Annual Report on Applications for Leave to Appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada : The 2017-2018 Term
    • Matthew Estabrooks, AJ D’Agostino, Jeffrey Gottzmann and Martin Roy, 71-

CASE COMMENTS 

  • Can you Rely on the Livent Undertaking? An Analysis of the Implications of Deloitte & Touche v. Livent
    • Geoff R. Hall, Richard Lizius and Trevor Courtis, 105-
  • “Intolerant and Illiberal”? Trinity Western University and its Implications for Charter Jurisprudence
    • Derek B.M. Ross, 127-
  • Seismic Shift or Minor Modification? Interpreting the Supreme Court’s Decision in Teva Canada Ltd. V. TD Canada Trust
    • Anisah Hassan, 171-
  • Stewart v. Elk Valley Coal Corp. and British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal v. Schrenk : The Continuing Lack of Analytical Coherence in Cases of Discrimination in Employment
    • Susan Chapman, 207-
  • Thoughts on the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, Habitual Residence and the Supreme Court’s Decision in Office of the Children’s Lawyer v. Balev
    • Régine Tremblay, 227-

SPECIAL ESSAY

  • Reasonable and Expected? The Evolution of the Doctrine of Reasonable Expectations as a Principle of Insurance Contract Interpretation in Supreme Court Jurisprudence
    • Barbara Billingsley, 253-