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Catherine Kessedjian
Professeur, Université Panthéon-Assas, Paris II.

Lord Steyn
A Lord of Appeal in Ordinary from 1995 - 2005; now a member of Essex Court Chambers, 24 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2.

John A. E. Vervaele
Professor of economic and financial criminal law, Utrecht Law School and Professor of European criminal law, Europa College Bruges. The basic research for this article was carried out during an Adjunct Professorship at the American Law School of the American University in Washington DC (May-July 2003). The research has been updated up until 1 November 2006. This version is a shortened and updated version of J. A. E. Vervaele, The Anti-Terrorist Legislation in the US: Inter Arma Silent Leges? 13 European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 201 (2005).

Levent Gonenc
Ankara University, Faculty of Law; leventgonenc@yahoo.com.

Selin Esen
Ankara University, Faculty of Political Sciences; selin.essen@politics.ankara.edu.tr.

Saulė Voluckytė
LL.B., (Concordia International University Estonia), M.A.E.S., (Europa Institut, University of Basel). Formerly Chief Legal Officer, European Law Department under the Government of Lithuania. Lecturer, Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius. The author would like to thank the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique - Juriscope in France and its team - Prof. Jacques David, Dr. Daniela Borcan and Dr. Zhuang Han. This study was undertaken at the request of French Ministry of Justice made through the research centre.

Igor Volner
Legal Counsel, Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics, Oslo, Norway. LL.B. University of Zagreb (Croatia), LL.M. University of Oslo (Norway). This article is based on my LL.M. thesis prepared at the Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, Oslo. The author would like to express his gratitude to Prof. Erik Røsæg, University of Oslo, for his guidance and support. Many thanks also to: Prof. Siniša Petrović, Linda Haavik, Karl-Johan Gombrii, Prof. Frank Emmert, Dr. Jasenko Marin, Prof. Vesna Tomljenović and Liv Bente Tiedemann for their helpful comments

Stefano Manacorda
Professor of Criminal Law, Seconda Università di Napoli; Visiting Professor, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne.

Valsamis Mitsilegas
Queen Mary, University of London.
Editorial

Editorial

Journal European Journal of Law Reform, Issue 2-3 2006
Authors Constantin Stefanou
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Constantin Stefanou
Constantin Stefanou BA (NEC), MA (Essex), MPhil (Essex), PhD (Kent), is a Fellow and MA Director at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London.

Philippe Sands
Professor Philippe Sands Q.C., University College London and Matrix Chambers.This is a (slightly) adapted text of a speech given on 6th April 2006 in The Hague at the opening of the 3rd Annual From Peace to Justice Conference.
Article

Access_open Interview met James Boyd White

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 2 2006
Keywords kind, claim, interest, arts, leasing, model, rechtscollege, bewaargeving effecten, character, contract
Authors J. Gaakeer

J. Gaakeer
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Drafting Legislation to Regulate Commercial Remote Sensing Satellites: A How-to Guide from Canada

Cooperation in Space Activities, With Special Focus on Remote Sensing

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 4 2006
Authors B. Mann

B. Mann
Article

European Transformation Countries on their Path to ESA

Cooperation in Space Activities, With Special Focus on Remote Sensing

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 4 2006
Authors M. Hofmann

M. Hofmann

    At least four criterions/methods to measure mechanical effects of electoral systems can be distinguished: measuring disproportionality, the reduction in number of parties, the party advantages and the threshold percentages. In this manuscript we focus on the thresholds. We first concentrate on a description of legal, theoretical, and empirical thresholds as measures of mechanical effects. Further, we analyse the relationship between (the natural logarithm) of district magnitude and the empirical threshold and between the empirical threshold and the effective number of parties. As starting point we take districts in Spain, Portugal and Hungary as the level of analysis. We clearly show that there is a negative causal connection between district magnitude and the threshold percentage and between threshold percentage and the number of parties.


Patrick Vander Weyden
Doctor-assistent aan de K.U.Brussel en Vice-directeur van het Instituut voor Politieke Sociologie en Methodologie (IPSoM).
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