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Abolishing atomic warfare? Nuclear power and natural-international law in the twenty-first century
Assuming the existence of nuclear weapons as a reality of international relations that cannot simply be wished away, this essay explores what HLA Hart calls the ‘minimum content of natural law’ as applied to international ...
A model of the rule of law
Economic development requires some limits on what those in power can do | the rule of law | but how can restraints be imposed on the powerful when there is no-one above them? This paper studies equilibrium rules allocating ...
A great leap forward for democracy and the rule of law? Brazil's mensalão trial
(Cambridge Univ Press, 2016-08)
The Mensalão trial was Brazil's most important political corruption trial ever and an emblematic ex post accountability success. More than 28 individuals were convicted in relation to a legislative vote-buying scheme, many ...
Nota sobre el Rule of Law y la ética de la virtud
(Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Instituto de Filosofía., 2011)
A lei jurídica e as leis da liberdade: o papel do direito em relação à moral
(Universidade Federal de Santa MariaBrasilFilosofiaUFSMPrograma de Pós-Graduação em FilosofiaCentro de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, 2017-03-10)
The main objective of this dissertation is to understand the classification of juridical laws in the ambit of moral laws, proposed by Kant, in order to investigate what this classification represents to think the relation ...
Optimal design of trade agreements in the presence of renegotiation
(Amer Economic Assoc, 2015-02)
We study the optimal design of trade agreements when governments can renegotiate after the resolution of uncertainty but compensation between them is inefficient. In equilibrium, renegotiation always results in trade ...