Electoral Rules and Regulations in UK Law
Beyond the Union‐Centred Approach: A Critical Evaluation of Recent Trade Union Elections in China
Many Western scholars have regarded union democracy and elections as affairs that are internal to trade unions and unconnected with outside forces. Going beyond the mainstream union‐centred approac...
The Aarhus convention and the politics of process: The political economy of procedural environmental rights
In 1998, UNECE Member States completed negotiation of the Aarhus Convention to enhance public participation in environmental decision-making. Three years later, only two western democracies have ra...
- Democracy by Default: The Representation of the People Act 2000
- Regulation of the Social Media in Electoral Democracies: A Case of Kenya
The Modern Cives Sine Suffraggio: Dimensions of Criminal Disenfranchisement in Europe
Despite much interest, we still know little about criminal disenfranchisement in Europe. This article conducts an original study of the practice of disenfranchisement in 43 European democracies, ac...
The institute: the results of the 2013 CIMA salary survey, plus elections to council.
...... member in each of the following CIMA electoral constituencies (ECs) expires at the end of the ..., she had failed to comply with the exam rules and regulations by having notes in her ......
Lessons of the US digital campaign.
...... of political parties and the norms and rules of the electoral environment in the United States ... sources upon which long-established regulations incentivise parties and candidates to rely. . In ......
Is the equalization/normalization lens dead? Social media campaigning in US congressional elections
Purpose: Early information technology scholarship centered on the internet’s potential to be a democratizing force was often framed using an equalization/normalization lens arguing that either the ...
Selling yourself: a preliminary analysis of political candidates as marketers and entrepreneurs
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to view political candidates as products in a market competing over quality via advertising. Consequently, the Austrian argument against restrictions on produc...
Ballots and Union Government in the 1980s
During the 1980s the Conservative government argued that trade unions' leaders and policies did not accurately reflect the views of their members. Accordingly, the Trade Union Act 1984 required tha...
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