Fallsammlung zum Europ ischen und Internationalen Strafrecht

Author: Bernd Hecker
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3662540215
Format: PDF, ePub
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Anhand von Klausurfällen erlernen Studierende die notwendige Technik, wie sie ihre in der Vorlesung erworbenen Rechtskenntnisse in der praktischen Fallbearbeitung umsetzen können. Hierdurch wird zum einen eine exemplarische Wiederholung und Vertiefung des Basiswissens im Europäischen und Internationalen Strafrecht ermöglicht. Zum anderen wird die "handwerkliche" Fähigkeit geschult, einen aufbautechnisch, methodisch und sprachlich-stilistisch überzeugenden Lösungsvorschlag zu entwickeln. Zielgruppe der Fallsammlung sind vor allem Studierende, die den Einstieg in das Europäische Strafrecht suchen; ferner Prüfungskandidaten, die ihr bereits erworbenes Wissen auffrischen und festigen wollen, sowie Rechtspraktiker, die z. B. als Richter, Staatsanwälte oder Strafverteidiger mit der Bearbeitung europarechtsbezogener Strafrechtsfälle befasst sind.

Management and Entrepreneurship

Author: Kanishka Bedi
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780198061908
Format: PDF, ePub
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Management and Entrepreneurship provides a complete overview of managerial decision-making responsibilities and the role played by entrepreneurship in developing an organization. Starting with the definition of management, the various facets of managerial roles and a broad account of the history of development of management thought, the book provides in-depth discussions on the nature, importance, and purpose of planning. It elaborates further on the importance of organizing and staffing, and directing and controlling. The discussion moves on to introduce the concept of entrepreneurship as a business development tool. Special emphasis is placed on entrepreneurship in the Indian environment with detailed discussions on the development of small-scale industry, the role of institutional support, and the importance of preparation of projects for entrepreneurial ventures. The book lays emphasis on simplified definitions and point-wise presentation of theoretical concepts. By adopting an application-oriented approach, it also provides numerous real-life examples, vivid illustrations, and inspirational case studies which play the dual role of explaining concepts as well as instilling entrepreneurial zeal in students.

An Introduction to German Law

Author: Gerhard Robbers
Publisher: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft
ISBN: 9783848734153
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The main principles and structures of a legal system are most easily to grasp if seen in a complete overview of all various parts. This book addresses the most important subjects for understanding and handling of the German law. Law students at the beginning of their studies, foreign students and practitioners as well as interested lays will find this monograph to give an overview and first information about the German legal system. Special regard is given to the effects of the European legal development on the German law. The author is professor for public law at the University of Trier and director of the Institute for European Constitutional Law.

Neuroscience and Legal Responsibility

Author: Nicole A Vincent
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199925615
Format: PDF
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Adopting a broadly compatibilist approach, this volume's authors argue that the behavioral and mind sciences do not threaten the moral foundations of legal responsibility. Rather, these sciences provide fresh insight into human agency and updated criteria as well as powerful diagnostic and intervention tools for assessing and altering minds.

For the Love of Texas

Author: Betsy Christian
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625846150
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Before Texas was a state in the United States, it was a state of Mexico called Coahuila y Tejas. Texans then--like Texans today--didn't like being told what to do. So in 1835, the land now known as Texas organized a revolt and fought for freedom from Mexico and for an independent Texas--that's right, Texas was a country But before it could gain independence, for over six months, Mexican troops under Santa Anna battled against the Texas colonists in a bloody war with effects Texans can still find today. Saddle up with Betsy and George Christian for an interactive, fun chapter in Texas history for kids that challenges them to ask questions about the history they're told and the world in which they live..

Land Use Planning and the Environment

Author: Charles Monroe Haar
Publisher: Environmental Law Inst
ISBN: 9781585761289
Format: PDF, Docs
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In Land Use Planning and the Environment, the authors have dramatically revised and updated a classic, seminal casebook, Land-Use Planning. Designed primarily for the classroom, the book takes a comprehensive approach to the teaching of planning and zoning law, regulatory takings, and environmental topics. Throughout the casebook, the authors identify and explore intersections between land use planning law and environmental regulation. They also identify the hidden environmental “agenda” behind exclusionary zoning, the impact of urban sprawl on clean air and critical habitats, and other interconnections. Professors, students, and law and planning practitioners with strong backgrounds and exposure to “traditional” environmental law will find these intersections a wonderful opportunity to examine familiar topics from a fresh perspective. For other users, Land Use Planning and the Environment will serve as a valuable introduction to the environmental realm, a realm that, more than perhaps any other in American law, is subject to swift and dramatic changes that require the most current teaching materials.

Appalachian Toys and Games from A to Z

Author: Linda Hager Pack
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 0813141052
Format: PDF, ePub
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From the author and the illustrator of A is for Appalachia! The Alphabet Book of Appalachian Heritage comes a beautiful new book that will delight readers of all ages. Appalachian Toys and Games from A to Z celebrates a time when fun was powered by imagination and creativity rather than by batteries and electricity. From apple dolls (carefully molded from summer apples) to whimmydiddles (whirligig toys carved from sticks gathered in the forest), children will be inspired by a world of interesting nineteenth-century activities and toys while they learn about Appalachian heritage and the ABCs. Author Linda Hager Pack interweaves detailed descriptions of these entertainments with anecdotes, songs, and folktales. Pat Banks's vibrant watercolors bring these cherished pastimes to life. This book will inform and inspire young readers and will remind adults of simpler times when they played outside with siblings and friends, making their own fun. Nostalgic and lavishly illustrated, Appalachian Toys and Games from A to Z is a great read for anyone interested in the region's rich history and culture.

Phagocytosis of Dying Cells

Author: Dmitri V. Krysko
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1402092938
Format: PDF
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Phagocytosis has been at the forefront of cell biology for more than a century. Initially, phagocytosis, which comes from Greek words meaning “devouring cells,” was discovered in the late 19th century by Ilya Metchnikoff, who was awarded, together with Paul Ehrlich, the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine in 1908 “in recognition of their work on immunity.” At that time Metchnikoff had already identified a function for phagocytes not only in host defense but also as scavengers of degenerating host cells during metamorphosis of tadpoles, thus providing one of the first descriptions of apoptotic cell clearance by macrophages (Kaufmann 2008). Since then, much has been learned about phagocytosis, and the previous several decades have witnessed outstanding progress in understanding the functions and the molecular mechanisms of phagocytosis. Two main types of targets are cleared by phagocytosis: microbial pathogens and dying cells. Rapid recognition and clearance of dying cells by phagocytes plays a pivotal role in development, maintenance of tissue homeostasis, control of immune responses, and resolution of inflammation. Clearance of dying cells can be divided into several stages, including sensing, r- ognition, binding and signaling, internalization, and immunological responses. In this book, our contributors address these different stages of dead cell cle- ance and examine how impaired clearance of dying cells may lead to human d- eases. We have attempted to provide sufficient cross-referencing and indexing to enable the reader to easily locate the ideas elaborated in the different chapters.