CLEI V (2015)

 

CONTEMPORARY LEGAL AND ECONOMIC ISSUES V

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-TABLE OF CONTENTS -

EDITORS’ WORD ...............................................................................................................7

LEGAL PAPERS

Barbara Herceg Pakšić, Maja Karkusi and Benjamin Erpačić (Croatia):
SIGNIFICANT FEATURES OF DEPRIVATION OF LIBERTY IN CROATIA
WITH REFERRENCE TO PRACTICE OF EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS ..................9

Iwona Wróblewska (Poland):
THE ISSUE OF JUDICIAL ACTIVISM IN THE CONSTITUTIONAL TRIBUNAL’S
DECISIONS AND STATEMENTS OF LEGAL DOCTRINES IN POLAND..................................39

Nataša Lucić, Neven Grigić (Croatia):
MARRIAGE V. COHABITATION IN THE LEGAL PRACTICE OF THE
EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS .........................................................................57

Milena Korycka-Zirk (Poland):
THE REINTERPRETATION OF THE NOTION CONSTITUTIONALISM ....................................85

Ivana Rešetar Čulo (Croatia):
OMBUDSMAN AS A NATIONAL PREVENTIVE MECHANISM FOR
THE PREVENTION OF TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR
DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT IN THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA ....................97

Izabela Justyńska (Poland):
THE DIVISION OF THE COMPETENCES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION IN
THE CONTEXT OF THE REGULATION NO. 1309/2013 IN THE
EUROPEAN GLOBALIZATION ADJUSTMENT FUND (2014-2020) .....................................123

Mario Vinković (Croatia), Endre Dudaš (Hungary):
FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT OF WORKERS IN THE EUROPEAN
UNION – TRANSITIONAL PROVISION IN THE CROATIAN CONTEXT ...............................139

Ivana Tucak, Dorian Sabo (Croatia):
COMPULSORY VOTING .................................................................................................175

Veronika Modrić (Croatia):
RECENT DEVELOPMENT IN INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT LAW WITH
SPECIAL REFERENCES TO GLOBAL WARMING ................................................................195

 

ECONOMIC PAPERS

Iván H. Ayala, Alfonso Palacio-Vera (Spain):
SOME REFLECTIONS ON POPPER’S APPROACH TO RATIONALITY
AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES .....................................................221

Sunčica Oberman Peterka, Marko Šarić (Croatia):
FROM IDEA TO BUSINESS VENTURE IN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY ............................281

Cornelia Pop (Romania), Pieter Buys (South Africa):
MICROFINANCE IN ROMANIA .......................................................................................307

Marius Dan Gavriletea (Romania):
THE IMPACT OF INSURANCE LEGISLATION’ LATEST CHANGES
ON ROMANIAN INSURANCE MARKET............................................................................343

Anita Pavković, Tatjana Peroković (Croatia):
COMPETITION POLICY IN THE NEW EUROPEAN REGULATORY
AND SUPERVISORY ARCHITECTURE OF THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM ....................................353

Izabela Pruchnicka-Grabias (Poland):
THE RESULTS OF EXAMINATIONS OF CORRELATION COEFFICIENTS
FOR HEDGE FUND ASSETS RATES OF RETURN ...............................................................377

Monica Maria Coros and Manuela Lupu (Romania):
IS THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK OF TOURISM A SUPPORTING OR A
HINDERING FACTOR IN THE CASE OF ROMANIA?.........................................................395

Katarina Marošević, Zoran Pandža (Croatia):
UNIVERSITIES AND (REGIONAL) DEVELOPMENT:
POSITIVE EXTERNALITIES CREATION ...............................................................................447

Cătălina Crișan-Mitra (Romania):
GOOD CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: PRIORITIES AND PRINCIPLES ................................465

Ivana Barković Bojanić, Tomislav Nedić (Croatia):
AGE CONSCIOUSNESS – OPENNING OUR MINDS TO AGEISM ....................................485