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Exploring Network Analysis in a Corpus-Based Approach to Legal Texts: A Case Study

Emilio Sulis, Llio Humphreys, Fabiana Vernero, Ilaria Angela Amantea, Luigi Di Caro, Davide Audrito, Stefano Montaldo
2020 International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering  
In a second step, we propose a set of features to perform the task of predicting relationships between parts of a norm, as a way to improve legal interpretation.  ...  This paper proposes a two-step framework to investigate implicit relationships in legal documents, starting with a corpus-based approach.  ...  More recently, a modelling scheme for the inter-relationship between recitals and normative provisions was articulated in [18] .  ... 
dblp:conf/caise/SulisHVACAM20 fatcat:543nof7rxvgdbp3c7aaj6zgau4

Balancing state budget expenditures: A case of Ukraine using the simplex method

Inna Shkolnyk, Yuriy Ladyka, Volodymyr Orlov, Khaled Aldiwani, Yevhenii Kozmenko
2021 Public and Municipal Finance  
Since the priorities of Ukraine's strategic economic and political development are the implementation of the EU standards and norms, the structure of the EU's state budget expenditures is chosen as a guideline  ...  Their optimal ratio allows satisfying the interests of citizens, business and society as a whole, and can provide a significant impetus for economic growth.  ...  CONCLUSION Analysis of state budget expenditures using the example of Ukraine showed that their structure is unbalanced, and therefore the purpose of the study was to optimize their relationship.  ... 
doi:10.21511/pmf.10(1).2021.04 fatcat:3dyvdd7nzfeqxcqtzig6ldu47a

Posting of Workers: European Model for Mobility of Human Resources

Catalin Tacu
2015 Procedia Economics and Finance  
Posting of workers within the European Union (EU) is defining by national regulations in 28 Member States (MS) transposing Directive 96/71EC.  ...  The short-term mobility of workers within the model implemented by Directive 96/71EC and national social standards, influenced by the macroeconomic country taxonomy converges to a practical model of micro-reality  ...  regulatory models, plus 28 national minimized models by PWD and the general environment as is defined by EU directives.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s2212-5671(15)00116-1 fatcat:yshnyzmttjaexhi5wucqyzh55e

The European Union and Gender Equality: Emergent Varieties of Gender Regime

S. Walby
2004 Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and Society  
The powers of the EU are extending beyond the narrowly economic in complex ways.  ...  The implications of the development of the European Union for gender equality is analysed through an assessment of the development of a path-dependent form of the gender regime in the EU.  ...  Her substantive interest is the relationship between legal practice and cultural norms in relation to gender inequality.  ... 
doi:10.1093/sp/jxh024 fatcat:s2h5mhvuw5ao7ken4afqiypjjm

Investigating the Moderating Role of Environmental Uncertainty between Institutional Pressures and ERP Adoption in Jordanian SMEs

Abdalwali Lutfi
2020 Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market and Complexity  
The results show that MP, CP, NP, and EU have significant direct relationships with ERP adoption; however, contrary to our expectations, EU did not moderate the relationships between institutional factors  ...  Through the use of institutional theory and contingency theory, this study includes the role of EU as a moderating variable in the relationships between institutional factors (MP, CP, and NP) and ERP adoption  ...  Acknowledgments: The author acknowledges the Deanship of Scientific Research at King Faisal University for their financial support under Nasher Track (grant no. 186382).  ... 
doi:10.3390/joitmc6030091 doaj:82956d5e4392425b9ebc42aa64db9ae8 fatcat:keb5vo6edzffto3coj2rynsh6e

Institutional change and inter-institutional cooperation – challenge and opportunity for economic growth and innovation

Cornelia DUMITRU, Frans GROBBE
2011 Annals of Spiru Haret University Economic Series  
Institutions and organisations, public or private, need to adjust rapidly and changes in their own action sphere and in environments surrounding them for ensuring sustainability, surviving and competitiveness  ...  The knowledge-based economy/society challenges and changes organisations, institutions and job contents generated by new requirements and the increasingly complex and dynamic environment in which they  ...  At European Union level researches in the field are directed according to their focus on three major levels: inter-level -cooperation between the EU institutions and public authorities of the member countries  ... 
doaj:9421c0922ea7487abf53942903d62306 fatcat:djq2wtwd2babbjxue7rrhahe7y

EU normative power and regionalism: Ideational diffusion and its limits

Tobias Lenz, Kalypso Nicolaïdis, Richard G Whitman
2013 Cooperation and Conflict  
in the absence of the EU.  ...  The ideational impact captured by Manners's notion of normative power Europe (NPE) appears most distinct and potentially most consequential in the realm of regionalism.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank the two editors of the special issue, two anonymous reviewers, as well as Liesbet Hooghe, Anja Jetschke, Gary Marks, Hartmut Mayer and Reuben Wong, for helpful  ... 
doi:10.1177/0010836713485539 fatcat:42lldct3mzatbanh36dgd4ga54

Pluralising Constitutional Pluralism

Cormac S. Mac Amhlaigh
2016 Social Science Research Network  
MacCormick98 One potential move in this direction is Cu lver and Giudice's 'inter-institutional' account of law see K. Culver and M.  ...  focusing primarily on the type of (official) law in question, that is the type of authority and effectiveness particular (suprastate) norms, and systems, enjoy.  ...  law and domestic law. 105 Quite a co mmon feature of constitutional pluralist accounts of the relationship betwee n EU law and state law.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2760986 fatcat:ej4uviaokre65jrhita2pp2rjm

European Legal Pluralism after Kadi

Samantha Besson
2009 European Constitutional Law Review  
What matters is that the validity of those different norms can be established together and at the same time in their respective legal orders, and this is best captured by the concept of inter-validity.  ...  the direct effect of EU legal norms within domestic law. 46 In a nutshell, two conditions have to be met.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1574019609002375 fatcat:xern6stf5vdyxekmkamnp4xuc4

The European Union Model's Influence in Asia after the Global Financial Crisis

Mark Beeson, Diane Stone
2013 European Journal of East Asian Studies  
Instead, the diffusion of European norms and the policy transfer of the EU model of regional integration is mediated by triangular processes in Asia of (1) selective rule-taking, (2) translation and adaption  ...  , and (3) modifying external models with alternative indigenous visions and norms.  ...  Local agents also promote norm diffusion by actively borrowing and modifying transnational norms in accordance with their preconstructed normative beliefs and practices. 13 Interpretation and adaptation  ... 
doi:10.1163/15700615-13120202 fatcat:pkxmkbl2jjgdjmi6ei3dss3o6a

The relationship between the law of the European Union and the law of its Member States - a norm - based conceptual framework

Dana Burchardt
2019 European Constitutional Law Review  
norms – Primacy, supremacy and ranking of EU law and domestic law – Structural principles guiding the relationship between EU law and domestic law – Principles of uniformity and constitutional identity  ...  Interrelations between EU law and domestic law – Concept of a norm-based compound structure – Intertwinement of legal norms and legal orders – Combined normativity – Multi-level structure within the legal  ...  , however, a more open model of normativity is in place.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1574019618000512 fatcat:p76j4cwdrretlpn7u2bojybedi

Conceptualizing the Right to International Protection: A Cleavage Theory Approach

Hakan G. Sicakkan
2022 Zenodo  
As the paper will show later, the groups contesting in the global political cleavage system (GPCS) for having their own international protection perspectives prevail, offer different legal norms, governance  ...  navigate the current global political landscape more predictably in their efforts to achieve their policy goals.  ...  of the norms, governance modes, and discourses proposed or observed in the GCR and the EU international protection policy.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6483147 fatcat:5w7qqq47wzccjc5xvp74xyk3y4

The Expert-Executive Nexus in the EU: An Introduction

Åse Gornitzka, Cathrine Holst
2015 Politics and Governance  
Acknowledgements We gratefully acknowledge the contributions of the authors in this special issue and also the many excellent reviewers that generously shared their comments, criticisms and ideas in the  ...  In-house professional capacity and meritocracy becomes the basis for autonomy of action for the executive and the platform for its impact on decision-making at the EU level and in inter-institutional relationships  ...  Finally, there is the "society" model that assumes a direct relationship between societal actors and public administration, tight links between supranational executive bureaucracies, societal, non-governmental  ... 
doi:10.17645/pag.v3i1.271 fatcat:emxtvrwcwbgeziump6rlbkv5gy

Supremacy or Primacy of EU Law-(Why) Does it Matter?

Matej Avbelj
2011 European Law Journal  
While none of the three models has yet found an unequivocal and conclusive endorsement in the EU practice, there are compelling theoretical and practical reasons for which one of them should be preferred  ...  Different conceptualisations of the principle of primacy or supremacy entail different models of structural principles of EU law: the hierarchical, the conditionally hierarchical and the heterarchical  ...  The scope of the principle identifies the number and type of EU legal acts that enjoy primacy or supremacy over the applicable number and type of national legal acts.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-0386.2011.00560.x fatcat:gsivv3zcnvbvxjku3mjx2xafky

The experience of european countries regarding the effective functioning of local governance

Andrii M. Blahodarnyi, Olha O. Barabash, Andrii V. Honcharov, Mykola V. Honcharov, Volodymyr A. Shatilo
2022 Informatologia  
The results obtained are necessary for the further development of local government systems, their improvement, and modernization at the legal and political levels.  ...  This intensifies the need to search for an optimal model of local governance today. The purpose of the article is to examine the legal regulation of local governance in European countries.  ...  However, there are also common features in these two models that was influenced by the EU supranational norms that, inter alia, affected the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, which  ... 
doi:10.32914/i.55.1-2.10 fatcat:lgnan2hwxjgkfa3n2xuaibkbk4
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