Thursday, January 16, 2014

January 16, 2014

Politics, Vol. 34, #1, 2014
Proceedings of the Aristoteilian Society, Vol. 113, #3, pt. 3 (hardback), 2013
Pubic Choice, Vol. 158, #1-2, 2014
Public Reason, Vol. 5, #1, 2013
Social Policy and Society, Vol. 13, #1, 2014
Studia Logica, Vol. 101, #6, 2014


Politics, Vol. 34, #1, 2014
Pierre P. Balestrini. How Do the Levels of Education and Occupations of Citizens Interact with the National Socio-economic Context to Influence Public Opinion on Globalisation.
Stephen Barber. Arise, Careerless Politician: The Rise of the Professional Party Leader.
Michael Barr. Introduction for Special Section: Networked World? The Politics of Cyberspace and Social Media.
Judith Bessant. The Political in the Age of the Digital: Propositions for Empirical Investigation.
Benjamin Lee. Window Dressing 2.0: Constituency-Level Web Campaigns in the 2010 UK General Election.
Ben Wagner. The Politics of Internet Filtering: The United Kingdom and Germany in a Comparative Perspective.
Stephen White and Ian McAllister. Did Russia (Nearly) have a Facebook Revolution in 2011? Social Media's Challenge to Authoritarianism.
Matt Ryan, Clare Saunders, Emily Rainsford and Emma Thompson. Improving Research Methods Teaching and Learning in Politics and International Relations: A ‘Reality Show’ Approach.
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Proceedings of the Aristoteilian Society, Vol. 113, #3, pt. 3 (hardback), 2013
Original Articles
Ian Phillips. XII—Perceiving the Passing of Time.
Fabian Freyenhagen. XIII—Ethical (Self-)Critique.
Gary Watson. XIV—Psychopathic Agency and Prudential Deficits.
Clayton Littlejohn. XV—The Russellian Retreat.
Oliver Pooley. XVI—Relativity, the Open Future, and the Passage of Time.
Discussion Note
Harry Deutsch. Friend on Making Up Stories.
Graduate Papers from the 2012 Joint Session
Alexander Geddes. Think Twice, It's All Right: Animalism, Disunity and the Self.
Christopher Jay. Impossible Obligations are not Necessarily Deliberatively Pointless.
Margot Strohminger. Modal Humeanism and Arguments from Possibility.
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Pubic Choice, Vol. 158, #1-2, 2014

Donald J. Boudreaux. Betty Tillman.
Dwight R. Lee. Betty Tillman: a remembrance.
Richard B. McKenzie. A tribute to Betty Tillman.
Karen Vaughn. Remembering Betty Tillman.
Richard E. Wagner. Betty Tillman, a remembrance of times long ago.
Commissioned Editorial Commentary
Randy T. Simmons. Property and markets in Elmer Kelton novels.
Original Article
Dashle G. Kelley. The political economy of unfunded public pension liabilities.
Ricardo Andrés Guzmán, Michael C. Munger. Euvoluntariness and just market exchange: moral dilemmas from Locke’s Venditio.
Axel Dreher, Matthew Gould, Matthew D. Rablen, James Raymond Vreeland. The determinants of election to the United Nations Security Council.
John Meadowcroft. Exchange, unanimity and consent: a defence of the public choice account of power.
Dimitrios Xefteris. Mixed equilibriums in a three-candidate spatial model with candidate valence.
Axel Dreher, Pierre-Guillaume Méon, Friedrich Schneider. The devil is in the shadow. Do institutions affect income and productivity or only official income and official productivity?
Vincenzo Galasso. The role of political partisanship during economic crises.
Russell S. Sobel, George R. Crowley. Do intergovernmental grants create ratchets in state and local taxes?
Fabio Méndez. Can corruption foster regulatory compliance?
David Hugh-Jones. Why do crises go to waste? Fiscal austerity and public service reform.
Li Han. Are elections in autocracies a curse for incumbents? Evidence from Chinese villages.
Commentary to
Greg Fried. Taking dictatorship seriously: a reply to Quesada.
Reply to
Antonio Quesada. Taking alleged dictatorship more seriously: Rejoinder to Fried.
Literature survey
Jennis J. Biser. Law-and-economics: why Gordon Tullock prefers Napoleon Bonaparte over the Duke of Wellington; and why he may end up on St. Helena.
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Public Reason, Vol. 5, #1, 2013
Mikael Dubois. Social Insurance and the Argument from Autonomy.
Jonathan Grose & Cedric Paternotte. Social Norms: Repeated Interactions, Punishment, and Context Dependence.
Thomas M. Besch. On Political Legitimacy, Reasonableness, and Perfectionism.
Shaun P. Young & Triadafilos Triadafilopoulos. Multiculturalism as a Deliberative Ethic.
Viorel Vizureanu. Some Remarks Concerning the Concept of Glocalization.
Uwe Steinhoff. Helen Frowe’s “Practical Account of Self-Defence”: A Critique.
Neelke Doorn. Water and Justice: Towards an Ethics of Water Governance.
Marcel Wissenburg. Substantive Representation in a Post-Democratic Environment.
James W. Boettcher. Paul Weithman, Why Political Liberalism? On John Rawls’s Political Turn.
C. Upendra. Mathew H. Kramer, Moral Realism as a Moral Doctrine.
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Social Policy and Society, Vol. 13, #1, 2014
Elaine Batty. Learning and Soft Outcomes: Evidence from Intensive Intervention Projects. 
Louise Hoyle. ‘I mean, obviously you're using your discretion’: Nurses Use of Discretion in Policy Implementation. 
Suellen Murray. Compassion and Compliance: Releasing Records to Care-Leavers under Privacy and Freedom of Information Legislation. 
Yosr Abid and Cathal O'Donoghue. Irish Citizens’ Attitudes to Pension Reform and Redistribution. 
Eric O. Udjo. The Relationship between the Child Support Grant and Teenage Fertility in Post-Apartheid South Africa. 
Ludvig Beckman. The Accuracy of Electoral Regulations: The Case of the Right to Vote by People with Cognitive Impairments. 
Liz van Acker. Investing in Couple Relationship Education in the UK: A Gender Perspective. 
Maureen Crane, Anthony M. Warnes, Jennifer Barnes and Sarah Coward. The Resettlement of Homeless Young People: Their Experiences and Housing Outcomes. 
Tom Moore and Kim McKee. The Ownership of Assets by Place-Based Community Organisations: Political Rationales, Geographies of Social Impact and Future Research Agendas. 
Nadia Bashir. The Drivers and Impacts of Family Obligations and Overseas Remittances Practices: A Case Study of Pakistani-Origin Individuals in the UK. 
Nicola Brackertz. The Impact of Financial Counselling on Alleviating Financial Stress in Low Income Households: A National Australian Empirical Study. 
Andrew King. Prepare for Impact? Reflecting on Knowledge Exchange Work to Improve Services for Older LGBT People in Times of Austerity. 
Kate Brown. Questioning the Vulnerability Zeitgeist: Care and Control Practices with ‘Vulnerable’ Young People. 
Karin Garrety, Ian McLoughlin and Gregor Zelle. Disruptive Innovation in Health Care: Business Models, Moral Orders and Electronic Records. 
Anthony Marcus and Ric Curtis. Implementing Policy for Invisible Populations: Social Work and Social Policy in a Federal Anti-Trafficking Taskforce in the United States.
John Hudson, Stefan Kühner and Nan Yang. Productive Welfare, the East Asian ‘Model’ and Beyond: Placing Welfare Types in Greater China into Context. 
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Studia Logica, Vol. 101, #6, 2014
Editorial Notes
Heinrich Wansing, Roberto Ciuni, Caroline Willkommen. Preface.
Original Paper
Giovanna Corsi, Eugenio Orlandelli. Free Quantified Epistemic Logics.
Hans van Ditmarsch. Revocable Belief Revision.
Alberto Zanardo. Indistinguishability, Choices, and Logics of Agency.
Sergei P. Odintsov, Stanislav O. Speranski. Computability Issues for Adaptive Logics in Multi-Consequence Standard Format.
Graham Priest. Indefinite Extensibility—Dialetheic Style.
Norihiro Kamide. A Hierarchy of Weak Double Negations.
Dmitry Zaitsev, Yaroslav Shramko. Bi-facial Truth: a Case for Generalized Truth Values.
Marcus Kracht. Are Logical Languages Compositional?
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