Public and Administrative Law (Books and Journals)
- Global Knowledge, Memory and Communication From Nbr. 67-1/2, February 2018 to Nbr. 69-1/2, February 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research From Nbr. 1-1, April 2009 to Nbr. 12-2, March 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Journal of Chinese Economic and Foreign Trade Studies From Nbr. 1-1, January 2008 to Nbr. 13-1, May 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Journal of Documentation From Nbr. 1-1, January 1945 to Nbr. 76-3, April 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Journal of Educational Administration From Nbr. 1-1, January 1963 to Nbr. 58-3, April 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Journal of Public Mental Health From Nbr. 1-1, January 1999 to Nbr. 19-2, June 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Journal of Public Procurement From Nbr. 1-1, April 2001 to Nbr. 20-2, April 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Mental Health Review Journal From Nbr. 1-1, March 1996 to Nbr. 25-1, March 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Quality Assurance in Education From Nbr. 1-1, January 1993 to Nbr. 28-2, March 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- The Journal of Adult Protection From Nbr. 1-1, August 1999 to Nbr. 22-2, April 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- The Journal of Forensic Practice From Nbr. 15-1, February 2013 to Nbr. 22-2, March 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice From Nbr. 1-1, May 2006 to Nbr. 15-3, April 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Journal of Property Investment & Finance From Nbr. 17-1, March 1999 to Nbr. 38-2, December 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Journal of Law and Society From Nbr. 24-1, March 1997 to Nbr. 48-1, March 2021 Wiley, 2021
- Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics From Nbr. 35-1, February 1973 to Nbr. 82-6, December 2021 Wiley, 2021
- Scottish Journal of Political Economy From Nbr. 1-1, March 1954 to Nbr. 68-1, February 2021 Wiley, 2021
- Art Antiquity & Law From Vol. 23 Nbr. 1, April 2018 to Vol. 25 Nbr. 4, December 2020 Institute of Art and Law, 2019
- Forum on Public Policy: A Journal of the Oxford Round Table From Nbr. 2017, June 2017 to Nbr. 2019, March 2019 Forum on Public Policy, 2018
- Mizan Law Review From Nbr. 4-1, January 2010 to Nbr. 13-1, January 2019 St. Mary's University College , 2012
- Journal of Money Laundering Control From Nbr. 1-1, January 1997 to Nbr. 23-3, October 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2011
- Stop Vulture Lawsuits by: Commonwealth Secretariat, 2010
- 2005 Meeting of Commonwealth Law Ministers and Senior Officials Commonwealth Secretariat, 2006
- Editorial for special issue on infrastructure and real estate
The effects of business ethics and corporate social responsibility on intellectual capital voluntary disclosure
Purpose: This study aims to examine the potential effect that business ethics (BE) in general and corporate social responsibility (CSR) more specifically can exert on the voluntary disclosure (VD) of intellectual capital (IC) for the ethically most engaged firms in the world. Design/methodology/approach: The research design is based on an inductive approach. As part of the global quantitative...
A reflection on 30 years of complementary collaboration
This article, invited by the editors, provides us with an opportunity to reflect on a scholarly collaboration of more than 30 years. Looking backwards, we believe our success has come in part from the different backgrounds that we bring to our collaboration. It also comes from the fact that neither of us at the time we met was comfortable with the scholarly models that we were intellectually...
Communities of scholars and communities of practice
This article is a contribution to the occasional series dealing with a major book that has influenced the author. Previous contributors include Stewart Macaulay, John Griffith, William Twining, Carol Harlow, Geoffrey Bindman, Harry Arthurs, André‐Jean Arnaud, Alan Hunt, Michael Adler, Lawrence O. Gostin, John P. Heinz, Roger Brownsword, Roger Cotterrell, Nicola Lacey, Carol J. Greenhouse, David...
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Mavericks or misconstruction? A reply to Campbell and Allan
In a jurisdiction without a codified constitution clearly demarcating the role of the courts, and given the centrality of the principle of parliamentary sovereignty to the United Kingdom's constitutional framework, criticism of the courts for overstepping the mark – particularly in politically contentious cases – is par for the course. In their 2019 article, Professors David Campbell and James...
Governing canal life
This article focuses on the governance of canals in England and Wales. The Canal & River Trust (CRT), the owner and manager of the waterways, has a statutory responsibility to grant ‘certificates’ or licences. The licence constructs a category called ‘continuous cruisers’ who live aboard their boat. Drawing on a sample of interviews with ‘continuous cruiser liveaboards’ (CCLs), we discuss how
Supremacy and hegemony: a reply to Palmer and Martin
In a 2019 article in this journal, which drew on previous work, we argued by examination of a number of extremely important cases that the senior judiciary is in the process of attempting to create judicial supremacy in the UK. It is doing so, not by democratic debate, but by legal procedural innovation incomprehensible to the electorate. Invited by the journal to reply to a criticism of our...
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Unsecured lending and the indigenous economy in Australia and South Africa
Consumer credit is closely regulated in both Australia and South Africa. Nevertheless, unsecured lending often results in financial hardship in low‐income communities. One aspect of this picture is the impact of the consumer debt burden on the Indigenous economy, which is disproportionately affected by poverty in both countries. Here we juxtapose the comparative regulatory regimes and then...
- Accountability and Review in the Counter‐Terrorist State. By Jessie Blackbourn, Fiona De Londras,Lydia MorganBristol: Bristol University Press, 2020, 192 pp., £27.99
Capabilities, capacity, and consent: sexual intimacy in the Court of Protection
This article uses original data from research at the Court of Protection to explore capacity to consent to sex in practice. It argues that the approach under the Mental Capacity Act 2005 fails to place appropriate focus on consent as central to understanding sexual capacity. The capabilities approach to justice is then used to demonstrate the limitations of the existing legal approach to capacity
- Sentencing: A Social Process. By Cyrus Tata, Cham: Palgrave Pivot, 2020, 190 pp., £44.99
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Imputing Top‐Coded Income Data in Longitudinal Surveys*
The incomes of top earners are typically top‐coded in survey data. I show that the accuracy of imputed income values for top earners in longitudinal surveys can be improved significantly by incorporating information from multiple time periods into the imputation process in a simple way. Moreover, I introduce an innovative, nonparametric empirical Bayes imputation method that further improves...
Nearly Unbiased Estimation of Autoregressive Models for Bounded Near‐Integrated Stochastic Processes*
The paper investigates the estimation bias of autoregressive models for bounded near‐integrated stochastic processes and the performance of the standard procedures in the literature that aim to correct the estimation bias. In some cases, the bounded nature of the stochastic processes worsens the estimation bias effect. The paper extends two popular autoregressive estimation bias correction...
The Impact of a Billing System on Healthcare Utilization: Evidence from the Thai Civil Servant Medical Benefit Scheme
This study examines how a new billing process of the Thai Civil Servant Medical Benefit Scheme affects outpatient care utilization. Unlike policy changes considered in most existing studies, there is no change in cost‐sharing for the scheme considered here. Previously, the beneficiaries had to pay out of pocket and receive their reimbursement later. The new billing system allows hospitals to...
Welfare costs of monetary policy uncertainty in the economy with shifting trend inflation
We study welfare costs of the uncertainty about monetary policy in the economy featuring shifting trend inflation. We follow Ruge‐Murcia (J Econ Dyn Control 36: 914–‐938, 2012) to employ the SMM approach to fit the model to the US data (1979Q1‐2015Q1). We find that the monetary policy uncertainty affects economic welfare through different dimensions. On the one hand, the policy uncertainty itself
Classical and Bayesian Inference for Income Distributions using Grouped Data
We propose a general framework for Maximum Likelihood (ML) and Bayesian estimation of income distributions based on grouped data information. The asymptotic properties of the ML estimators are derived and Bayesian parameter estimates are obtained by Monte Carlo Markov Chain (MCMC) techniques. A comprehensive simulation experiment shows that obtained estimates of the income distribution are very...
The Consumption Euler Equation or the Keynesian Consumption Function?*
We formulate a general cointegrated vector autoregressive (CVAR) model that nests both a class of consumption Euler equations and various Keynesian‐type consumption functions. Using likelihood‐based methods and Norwegian data, we find support for cointegration between consumption, income and wealth once a structural break around the time of the financial crisis is allowed for. The fact that...
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Unconventional Monetary Policy and Wealth Inequalities in Great Britain*
This paper explores whether unconventional monetary policy operations have redistributive effects on household wealth. Drawing on household balance sheet data from the Wealth and Asset Survey, we construct monthly time series indicators on the distribution of different asset types held by British households for the period that the monetary policy switched, as the policy rate reached the zero‐lower
A Promised Value Approach to Optimal Monetary Policy*
This paper characterizes optimal commitment policy in the New Keynesian model using a recursive formulation of the central bank's infinite‐horizon optimization problem in which promised inflation and output gap – as opposed to lagged Lagrange multipliers – act as pseudo‐state variables. Our recursive formulation is motivated by (Kydland, F. and Prescott, E. C. (1980). Journal of Economic Dynamics
Regulating Markets with Advice: An Experimental Study*
We present a newly designed market experiment to study regulatory measures in markets with advice inspired by two recently developed theoretical models. In line with our predictions, our experimental markets create conflicts of interest and unsuitable advice biased towards high‐commission products. We examine whether two frequently discussed regulation measures – disclosure and fines for ex post...
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The stabilization role of police spending in a neo‐Keynesian economy with credit market imperfections
Motivated by a seemingly persistent “twin‐high” phenomenon in Latin America, we present a novel theoretical framework that has linkages between three institutions (education, criminal justice, and credit) to study policy‐pertinent research questions with regards to whether police spending has the potential to serve as an unconventional policy tool for macroeconomic management. Based on a stylized
What has New Zealand gained from The FTA with China?: Two counterfactual analyses†
We investigate the effects of the 2008 New Zealand (NZ)–China free trade agreement (FTA) on exports from NZ to China, and real GDP per capita in NZ using the synthetic control method to estimate the counterfactuals. NZ exports to China were more than 200% higher in 2014 than what they would have had the FTA never been signed. NZ's food and live animals exports to China were more than 180% higher...