oligarchy pros and cons
The (unified?) fiduciary theory of judging: hedgehogs, foxes, and chameleons.
... been a resurgence of interest in constitutional theories about the role of the judge in the ... requires us to deliberate, weighing the pros and cons of the different sub-models to determine ...Robert H. Bork, Our Judicial Oligarchy, 67 FIRST THINGS 21 (1996); On the platonic ...
Regulating Innovation: High Frequency Trading in Dark Pools.
...Early Regulatory Responses B. Prosecution of Predatory Tactics C. Speeding to The Next ... and automated computer trades consumed nearly one trillion U.S. dollars in value from ...The traditional oligarchy of trading venues with quasi-monopolistic powers ...
Discourse and duty: University endowments, fiduciary law, and the cultural politics of fossil fuel divestment.
... multidisciplinary approach in the constructivist tradition, this Article combines discourse ... political bodies to free speech to the prospect of peace." (428) Another wrote, "We are heading ... neoliberalism is more about corporate oligarchy than free market economics, and opining it will ...
Bankers, bureaucrats, and guardians: toward tripartism in financial services regulation.
... demonstrated, financial regulators consistently failed to exercise truly public-minded and ... the regulatory sphere by the "financial oligarchy" and further entrenchment of "crony capitalism" ... the PIG the same standing to sue or prosecute under the regulatory statute as the regulator. ...
Portugal's plight: the role of social democracy.
... regime change, a social democracy was constructed. Approaching this transformation as a natural ... pessimism and doom about the country's prospects, laid the preconditions for the 1910 overthrow of ... to overthrow a reigning dictator or oligarchy. Western politicians and commentators with few ...
..., the major criterion taken into consideration was need--the state of a family's existing ... two opposition parties representing the oligarchy, Accion Democratica, is officially a social .... (4.) A discussion of the pros and cons of attempting to organize a unified ...
Law's territory (a history of jurisdiction).
... like death, it is "a habit to which consciousness has not been long accustomed."(1) . Surprising? ... of settled land were generally recorded in prose form until well into the fourteenth century. . ...Hutchins, The Theory of Oligarchy: Edmund Burke, in 5 THE THOMIST 61, 65 (1943). . ...
The Japanese Civil Service and Economic Development: Catalysts of Change.
... extreme is the tyrannical autocratic oligarchy of Solzhenitsyn's We Never Make Mistakes. (Some ... Inoki's essay on the development, the pros, and the cons of the amakudari institution.(2) . ...
Consolidating democracy on a troubled continent: a challenge for lawyers in Africa.
....(12) As Professor Ndulo aptly observed, "[t]he dreams of prosperity following independence and self rule became a nightmare of insecurity and ...The second quarrel with a Military Regime is that it is an oligarchy. It is government by the few, government by a military junta.. The next ...
Establishment and disestablishment at the founding, part I: establishment of religion.
INTRODUCTION . I. THE LAWS CONSTITUTING AN ESTABLISHMENT . A. Establishment in England . ...c. Marriages and Public Records . d. Prosecution of Moral Offenses . 6. Limitation of Political ... generally under the control of a local oligarchy of hard-fisted and often ignorant squires, who ...