Tuesday, December 4, 2012

December 4, 2012

Developing Economies, Vol. 50, #4, 2012
Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 111, #1, 2012 
Journal of Law and Economics, Vol. 55, #2, 2012
Journal of Law and Society, Vol. 39, #4, 2012
Journal of Logic and Computation, Vol. 22, #6, 2012
Logic Journal of the IGPL, Vol. 20, #6, 2012
NWR : Nordic Wittgenstein Review, Issue 1, 2012  ****NEW JOURNAL!
Ratio Juris, Vol. 25, #4, 2012
Review of Symbolic Logic, Vol. 5, #4, 2012

Developing Economies, Vol. 50, #4, 2012
Nasr G. Elbahnasawy and Charles F. Revier. The determinants of corruption: Cross-country-panel-data analysis.
Tao Li. Remedial education with incentivized peer-tutoring: Evidence from migrant children schools in China.
Salah A. Nusair. Is the Gulf Cooperation Council an optimum currency area?
Short Paper
Roberto Alvarez, Andres Sagner, and Carla Valdivia. Liquidity crises and corporate cash holdings in Chile.
Book Reviews
Dani Rodrik. The Globalization Paradox: Democracy and the Future of the World Economy. Review by Shahid Yusuf.
Gary S. Fields. Working Hard, Working Poor: A Global Journey. Review by Kazuki Minato.
Theodore H. Moran. Foreign Direct Investment and Development: Launching a Second Generation of Policy Research: Avoiding the Mistakes of the First, Reevaluating Policies for Developed and Developing Countries. Review by Nobuaki Yamashita. 
Mark Tessler. Public Opinion in the Middle East: Survey Research and the Political Orientations of Ordinary Citizens. Review by Shingo Hamanaka.
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Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 111, #1, 2012 
Gavin Jack, Michelle Greenwood, and Jan Schapper. Frontiers, intersections, and engagements of ethics and HRM.
Karen Dale. The employee as ‘dish of the day’: The ethics of the consuming/consumed self in human resource management.
Bogdan Costea, Kostas Amiridis, and Norman Crump. Graduate employability and the principle of potentiality: An aspect of the ethics of HRM.
Gazi Islam. Recognition, reification, and practices of forgetting: Ethical implications of human resource management.
Carl Rhodes and Geraint Harvey. Agonism and the possibilities of ethics for HRM.
Maddy Janssens and Chris Steyaert. Towards an ethical research agenda for international HRM: The possibilities of a plural cosmopolitan framework.
Hans van Dijk, Marloes van Engen, and Jaap Paauwe. Reframing the business case for diversity: A values and virtues perspective.
Tracy Wilcox. Human resource management in a compartmentalized world: Whither moral agency?
Nadia de Gama, Steve McKenna, and Amanda Peticca-Harris. Ethics and HRM: Theoretical and conceptual analysis.
David E. Guest and Christopher Woodrow. Exploring the boundaries of human resource managers’ responsibilities.
Sharon C. Bolton, Maeve Houlihan, and Knut Laaser. Contingent work and its contradictions: Towards a moral economy framework.
David A. Morand and Kimberly K. Merriman. “Equality theory” as a counterbalance to equity theory in human resource management.
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Journal of Law and Economics, Vol. 55, #2, 2012
Ebonya Washington. Do majority-black districts limit blacks’ representation? The case of the 1990 redistricting.
Rucker Johnson and Steven Raphael. How much crime reduction does the marginal prisoner buy?
Matteo Rizzolli and Luca Stanca. Judicial errors and crime deterrence: Theory and experimental evidence.
Yehonatan Givati and Ugo Troiano. Law, economics, and culture: Theory of mandated benefits and evidence from maternity leave policies.
Jerome Adda, Samuel Berlinski, and Stephen Machin. Market regulation and firm performance: The case of smoking bans in the United Kingdom.
Howard Bodenhorn, Carolyn Moehling, and Gregory N. Price. Short criminals: Stature and crime in early America.
Marc T. Law and Cheryl X. Long. What do revolving-door laws do?
Amalia R. Miller and Lei Zhang. Intergenerational effects of welfare reform on educational attainment.
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Journal of Law and Society, Vol. 39, #4, 2012
Alison Dunn. Using the wrong policy tools: Education, charity, and public benefit.
Tony Ward. Expert evidence, judicial reasoning, and the family courts information pilot.
Pamela Cox. Marginalized mothers, reproductive autonomy, and ‘repeat losses to care.’
Richard Lewis and Annette Morris. Tort law culture: Image and reality.
Andrew S. Balmer and Ralph Sandland. Making monsters: The polygraph, the plethysmograph, and other practices for the performance of abnormal sexuality.
Book Reviews
Caroline Hunter. Integrating Socio-Legal Studies into the Law Curriculum. Review by Andy Boon.
Charles Foster. Human Dignity in Bioethics and Law. Review by John Coggon.
John McLaren. Dewigged, Bothered, and Bewildered: British Colonial Judges on Trial, 1800-1900. Review by Philip Girard.
Mariana Valverde. Everyday Law on the Street: City Governance in an Age of Diversity. Review by Antonia Layard.
Ann Stewart. Gender, Law, and Justice in a Global Market. Review by Julie Stewart and Rosalie Katsande.
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Journal of Logic and Computation, Vol. 22, #6, 2012

Luis Moniz Pereira. Turing is among us.
Judgment Aggregation Corner
Juan Carlos Garcia-Bermejo. A plea for the majority method in aggregating judgments.
Logic and Agents Corner
Alexander Artikis. Dynamic specification of open agent systems.
Sebastian Enqvist. Modelling epistemic actions in interrogative belief revision.
Fuzzy Logic Corner
Pilar Dellunde. Preserving mappings in fuzzy predicate logics.
Original Articles
Eugenio G. Omodeo, Alberto Policriti, and Alexandru I. Tomescu. Infinity, in short.
Radim Belohlavek. Optimal decompositions of matrices with entries from residuated lattices.
Richard Garner. An abstract view on syntax with sharing.
A Sernadas, C. Sernadas, and J. Rasga. On meet-combination of logics.
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Logic Journal of the IGPL, Vol. 20, #6, 2012
Murdoch J. Gabbay.  Meta-variables as infinite lists in nominal terms unification and rewriting.
Tarek Sayed Ahmed.  Three interpolation theorems for typeless logics.
Luisa Iturrioz.  Two old representation theorems and information systems.
Claus-Peter Wirth.  Computer-assisted human-oriented inductive theorem proving by descente infinie – a manifesto.
Gabor Sagi and Dorottya Sziraki.  Some variants of Vaught’s conjecture from the perspective of algebraic logic.
Steffen Lewitzka.  Construction of a canonical model for a first-order non-Fregean logic with a connective for reference and a total truth predicate.
Anna Cerhnilovskaya, Mai Gehrke, and Lorijn van Rooijen.  Generalized Kripke semantics for the Lambek-Grishin calculus.
Hernan de la Vega.  Normal and complete Boolean ambiguity algebras and MV-pairs.
Yu. M. Movsisyan and V.A. Aslanyan.  Hyperidentities of De Morgan algebras.
D. Henriques, M. Biscaia, P. Baltazar, and P. Mateus.  Decidability and complexity for w-regular properties of stochastic systems.
Mohammad Ardeshir and Vahid Vaezian.  A unification of the basic logics of Sambin and Visser.
M. Zayed and A. Y. Abdelwanis.  An application of a theorem of Rothmaler.
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NWR : Nordic Wittgenstein Review, Issue 1, 2012  ****NEW JOURNAL!
Invited Paper
Stephen Mulhall.  Realism, modernism, and the realistic spirit: Diamond’s inheritance of Wittgenstein, early and late.
Mikel Burley.  Contemplating evil.
Geza Kallay.  Nonsense and the ineffable: Re-reading the ethical standpoint in Wittgenstein’s Tractatus.
Alex Davies.  How to use (ordinary) language offensively.
Angel Garcia Rodriguez.  How to be an expressivist about avowals today.
Thomas McNally and Sinead McNally.  Chomsky and Wittgenstein on linguistic competence.
Gottfried Gabriel and Todor Polimenov.  Analytical philosophy and its forgetfulness of the continent: Gottfried Gabriel in conversation with Todor Polimenov.
From the Archives
Alfred Schmidt.  Newly discovered Wittgenstein autograph in the Austrian National Library.
Nuno Venturinha.  Sraffa’s notes on Wittgenstein’s “Blue Book.”
Book Reviews
N. Immler.  Das Familiengedachtnis der Wittgensteins.  Review by Herbert Hrachovec.  At the crossroads of the Wittgenstein and autobiography highways.
A. Janik.  Anspielungen und Zitate im Werk Ludwig Wittgensteins.  Review by Todor Polimenov.  Wittgenstein in conversation with his sources.
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Ratio Juris, Vol. 25, #4, 2012
Michael S. Moore. The various relations between law and morality in contemporary legal philosophy.
Matthew H. Kramer. Michael Moore on torture, morality, and law.
David O. Brink. Retributivism and legal moralism.
John Eekelaar. Positivism and plural legal systems.
Morten Ebbe Juul Nielsen. Requirement-sensitive legal moralism: A critical assessment.
Francesco Biondo. Comparative vs. transcendental approaches to justice: A misleading dichotomy in Sen’s The Idea of Justice.
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Review of Symbolic Logic, Vol. 5, #4, 2012
J. Robert G. Williams.  Gradational accuracy and nonclassical semantics.
Brian Rogers and Kai F. Wehmeier.  Tractarian first-order logic: Identity and the n-operator.
Gerhard Schurz and Paul D. Thorn.  Reward versus risk in uncertain inference: Theorems and simulations.
Georg Schiemer.  Carnap on extremal axioms, “Completeness of the models,” and categoricity.
Leon Horsten, Graham E. Leigh, Hannes Leitgeb, and Philip Welch.  Revision revisited.
Emil Jerabek.  The ubiquity of conservative translations.
Mohammad Ardeshir and Rasoul Ramezanian.  A solution to the surprise exam paradox in constructive mathematics.
Richard Pettigrew.  Indispensability arguments and instrumental nominalism.
Tor Sandqvist.  The subformula property in classical natural deduction established constructively.
Barteld Kooi and Allard Tamminga.  Completeness via correspondence for extensions of the logic of paradox.
Guram Bezhanishvili and Nick Bezhanishvili.  Canonical formulas for wK4.
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