New and Notable Titles Vol 39 No 1

Article 9 / 12 , Vol 39 No.1 (Spring)

New and Notable Titles

A selection of recent publications relating to parliamentary studies prepared with the assistance of the Library of Parliament (December 2015 – February 2016)

Blick, Andrew. “Constitutional implications of the [UK] Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011.” Parliamentary Affairs 69 (1): 19-35 (January, 2016). Continue reading “New and Notable Titles Vol 39 No 1”

New and Notable Titles Vol 38 No 4

Article 10 / 13 , Vol 38 No.4 (Winter)

New and Notable Titles

A selection of recent publications relating to parliamentary studies prepared with the assistance of the Library of Parliament (September 2015 – November 2015)

Andreychuk, Anita Raynel. “Codes of conduct: Developing an ethics and conflict of interest code.” Parliamentarian, (Issue 2, 2015): 112-15. Continue reading “New and Notable Titles Vol 38 No 4”

New and Notable Titles Vol 38 No 3

Article 7 / 10 , Vol 38 No 3 (Autumn)

New and Notable Titles

A selection of recent publications relating to parliamentary studies prepared with the assistance of the Library of Parliament (June 2015 -August 2015)

Caldwell, Gary Gordon. “Québec’s Republican Temptation.” Dorchester Review, Spring/Summer 2015: 61-9.

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New and Notable Titles Vol 38 No 2

Article 9 / 11 , Vol 38 No 2 (Summer)

New and Notable Titles

A selection of recent publications relating to parliamentary studies prepared with the assistance of the Library of Parliament (March 2015-May 2015)

Agarwal, Ranjan. “Where there is no remedy, there is no right: using Charter damages to compensate victims of racial profiling.” National Journal of Constitutional Law, Vol. 34, No. 1, (April 2015), 75-98. Continue reading “New and Notable Titles Vol 38 No 2”

New and Notable Titles Vol 38 No 1

Article 10 / 12 , Vol 38 No 1 (Spring)

New and Notable Titles

A selection of recent publications relating to parliamentary studies prepared with the assistance of the Library of Parliament (December 2014-February 2015)

Horgan, Gerald W. “Partisan-Motivated Prorogation and the Westminster Model: A Comparative Perspective.” Commonwealth & Comparative Politics52, no. 4 (November 2014): 455-72. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/14662043.2014.955982.

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