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    • Table of Contents Law Enforcement Code of Ethics

      The Pennsylvania State University CiteSeerX Archives; An Accredited Law (2010-07-31)
    • Table of Contents Law Enforcement Code of Ethics

      The Pennsylvania State University CiteSeerX Archives; An Accredited Law (2010-12-29)
    • TABLEAU COMPARATIF DU CODE DE BONNE CONDUITE EN MATIERE ELECTORALE ET DU PROJET DE CONVENTION DE L’ACEEEO SUR LES STANDARDS, LES DROITS ET LES LIBERTES EN MATIERE ELECTORALE

      Secrétariat de la Commission de Venise (Conseil de l'Europe - Commission de Venise, 2004-03)
      Les 6 principes du patrimoine électoral sont le suffrage universel, égal, libre, secret et la périodicité des élections.
    • «Tabula ornata lapidibus diversorum colorum». La legatura preziosa del Codice C del Museo del Tesoro del Duomo di Vercelli

      LOMARTIRE Saverio (Viella, 2015)
      Tra i materiali che costituiscono il cospicuo patrimonio del Museo del Tesoro del Duomo di Vercelli si conservano due coperte di libri liturgici conservati nella collezione della Biblioteca Capitolare. Una di queste, oggetto del presente volume, ha costituito fino all’anno 2000 la preziosa legatura del Codice C, un lussuoso Evangelistario allestito nello scriptorium vercellese negli anni Novanta del XII secolo. I due piatti di questa legatura – uno in argento a sbalzo con la figura di un arcangelo e l’altro in oro, filigrane, sbalzi, gemme e smalti, con una complessa composizione che gravita intorno alla figura centrale del Cristo crocifisso – derivano in realtà da un contesto più antico, che resta ignoto, e furono riutilizzati per l’Evangelistario citato, le cui dimensioni furono probabilmente stabilite proprio a partire dalla preziosa coperta.
 Questo volume presenta la descrizione e lo studio approfondito degli aspetti tipologici, tecnici e compositivi dei due piatti, con osservazioni anche sull’iconografia e sui risvolti stilistici nel confronto con altri manufatti coevi.
 Nonostante buona parte della letteratura abbia in genere sostenuto la provenienza dei due piatti da contesti, anche cronologici, diversi, il volume cerca di dimostrare invece la loro provenienza da uno stesso atelier orafo attivo nell’Italia settentrionale intorno alla metà dell’XI secolo e tende ad evidenziare la serie di relazioni culturali variamente orientate verso la produzione di derivazione bizantina, in particolare per gli smalti, e aspetti formali e tecnici diffusi nella produzione di oreficeria già dall’età ottoniana, ma in particolare in quella salica, con confronti anche ad ampio raggio.
 Completa il volume un’Appendice in cui alcuni studiosi, specialisti dei vari campi, illustrano gli aspetti codicologici dell’Evangelistario Codice C e presentano i risultati di una puntuale campagna di analisi ai materiali (legni, metalli, smalti, gemme) che costituiscono la coperta e che sono stati di fondamentale ausilio per lo studio del manufatto.
    • Taking Ethics Codes Seriously

      Samuel J. Levine (Pepperdine University School of Law, 2003)
      "Ethics scholars have documented the increasingly legislative form of twentieth-century ethics regulations, culminating in the enactment and widespread adoption of the Model Rules of Professional Conduct. Nevertheless, pointing to the presence of broad ethics provisions, a number of leading scholars have questioned the extent to which ethics codes can accurately be conceptualized as a form of legislation. Responding to these critiques, Levine aims to take seriously both the legislative form of ethics codes and their interpretation. Toward that aim, he looks to interpretive methodologies employed in American constitutional law and Jewish law to provide both descriptive and normative models for the analysis of ethics codes. Focusing on three broad provisions that have been the target of criticism, Levine examines three related yet conceptually distinct interpretive methodologies that have been employed to derive unenumerated constitutional rights and unenumerated biblical obligations, then proceeds to apply these methodologies to the interpretation of the three broad ethics provisions. Levine thus presents both on a descriptive level, through an analysis of court opinions, and on a normative level, a comparative framework for interpreting broad ethics provisions to derive and identify unenumerated ethical obligations. He concludes with a call for scholars and courts that have criticized broad ethics provisions to reexamine their approach and consider the viability of adopting the interpretive methods presented."
    • Taking Legitimacy Seriously: A Return to Deontology

      Heinze, Eric (Scholarship Repository, 2017-01-01)
      Part of Symposium: Hate Speech and Political Legitimacy
    • Taking legitimacy seriously: a return to deontology

      Heinze, Eric (University of Minnesota Law School, 2017-11-28)
      1 online resource (PDF, pages 631-650)
    • Taking Multinational Corporate Codes of Conduct to the Next Level

      Murphy, Sean D. (Scholarly Commons, 2005-01-01)
      Over the course of the past thirty years, numerous non-state actor codes of conduct have emerged that seek to promote socially-responsible conduct of multinational corporations (MNCs), especially in the developing world. The objective of such codes is to prevent harm or mistreatment of persons or things caused by MNC operations (e.g., the existence of unhealthy worker conditions in an MNC factory). Such harm or mistreatment need not be a core concern for the corporate actor. Indeed, the MNC - in theory driven to maximize its profits although in practice driven by various factors - may benefit far more by inflicting the harm or mistreatment than by engaging in socially-responsible behavior. Only in reaction to outrage and discontent by other actors (governments, non-governmental organizations, or civil society groups) might the MNC see a value in developing a code of conduct that, if adhered to, would reduce the harm or mistreatment the MNC inflicts on others. This essay briefly summarizes the rise of these codes of conduct, with particular attention to certain highly visible examples. Many criticisms have been levied against such codes suggesting that, over the long term, they may not survive in their present form. Consequently, this essay suggests a new approach to thinking about these codes, one that might enhance their legitimacy, effectiveness, and credibility. Greater thought should be given by all stakeholders to an increased role for governments in the development and implementation of such codes. While transforming the codes wholesale into binding law is not politically feasible at this time, and may never be economically desirable, other means of governmental involvement should be considered. For instance, governments can play a better role in bringing stakeholders together to form such codes and do better at identifying what types of codes are effective and which are not. Governments might do better at using national laws and regulations to make adherence to such codes more attractive, such as by using the codes to help reduce regulatory uncertainty and as safe harbors for MNCs against criminal or civil penalties. At the same time, governments might use national laws to regulate better MNC use of the codes, such as by compelling disclosure of information about MNC adherence to the code. The role of governments would not be one of state control of corporate activity but, rather, one of helping empower the individual autonomy of corporations within certain bounds of justice, fairness, and equity.
    • Taking Your Code to China

      Hanson, Kirk O.; Rothlin, Stephan (American Scholars Press, 2010)
      "The proliferation of codes of conduct and ethical standards among American and European companies has been dramatic over the past twenty years. It is rare today to find a large publicly held company in the West that does not have some type of code and is not involved in the growing dialogue over global standards of conduct. But one of the most difficult challenges facing these companies is how to apply these codes and ethical standards to the companies' operations in developing countries, particularly in Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Perhaps the most urgent challenge is for each company to decide how to adapt and apply its code in China. Companies such as Rio Tinto, Google, and Honda are recent case studies in ethical conflicts arising from doing business in China. With pressures for human rights, environmental sensitivity, and the fight against corruption rising in their domestic homes and in global commerce, nothing is more critical to these companies' reputations and success than learning how "to take their codes to China." This article presents the learning of the two authors and the companies they have consulted and worked with over the last ten years in China. Our experience is that Western companies have generally progressed little in applying their codes to their operations in China. This article summarizes why it is so difficult to do so, and what the most successful companies are doing to make it work."
    • Talking about accuracy : interpreters' understanding of a key principle of professional ethics

      Macquarie University. Department of Linguistics; Slatyer, Helen; Chesher, Terry (Copenhagen : Samfundslitteratur Press, 2007)
      14 page(s)
    • Talking about accuracy : interpreters' understanding of a key principle of professional ethics

      Slatyer, Helen; Chesher, Terry (Copenhagen : Samfundslitteratur Press, 2007)
      14 page(s)
    • Talking about accuracy : interpreters' understanding of a key principle of professional ethics

      Macquarie University. Dept. of Linguistics; Chesher, Terry; Slatyer, Helen (Copenhagen : Samfundslitteratur Press, 2007)
      14 page(s)
    • Talking about accuracy : interpreters' understanding of a key principle of professional ethics

      Macquarie University. Dept. of Linguistics; Slatyer, Helen; Chesher, Terry (Copenhagen : Samfundslitteratur Press, 2007)
      14 page(s)
    • Talking about accuracy : interpreters' understanding of a key principle of professional ethics

      Macquarie University. Dept. of Linguistics; Slatyer, Helen; Chesher, Terry (Copenhagen : Samfundslitteratur Press, 2007)
      14 page(s)
    • Targeted programs in an economic crisis

      Suryadarma, Daniel; Widyanti, Wenefrida Dwi; Suryahadi, Asep; Sumarto, Sudarno (The SMERU Institute, 2012-12)
      This chapter draws on several household data sets to present four empirical findings about the targeting of these crisis program. Within the large literatures on each of the many aspects of the targeting and benefit incidence of government programs, this chapter has three unique features. First, we address the question of the targeting of crisis program that were created deliberately to address the consequences of a specific economic shock. Second, we are able to use multiple data sources, including a panel data set spanning the crisis, to cross validate findings. Third, we are able to make comparisons across the set of programs.
    • Task Force 1: The ACCF and AHA Codes of Conduct in Human Subjects Research

      Alpert, Joseph S.; Shine, Kenneth I.; Adams, Robert J.; Antman, Elliott M.; Kavey, Rae Ellen W.; Friedman, Lawrence; Frye, Robert L.; Harrington, Robert A.; Korn, David; Merz, Jon F.; et al. (2016-01-08)