- Criterion "The Good of the Child" in the Legal Order: Between the Normative Structure and Judicial Case Law
- Contemporary Financial Management
- The Role of Cybersecurity in the Public Sphere - The European Dimension
Criterion "The Good of the Child" in the Legal Order: Between the Normative Structure and Judicial Case LawSpotlight
The good of the child in the course of the operative interpretation constitutes not only a theoretical and legal issue, but also a practical one. The "good of the child" is the basis for the formulation of numerous legal provisions, which seemingly do not refer to this criterion. However, important normative acts that indicate the presence of this category are: the Declaration of the Rights of the Child, adopted by the General Assembly of the League of Nations in 1924, the so-called Geneva Declaration and the Constitution of the Republic of Poland of 1997. The criterion of "the good of...
Contemporary Financial ManagementSpotlight
Financial management as a scholalry field has been rapidly chaning in the last few decaades. This paradigm shoft has been fueled by the non-precendented development of ICT technology, globalization, man-made and natural disasters and consequent crises. The aim of this book is to collect evidence on the development of financial management, both in the public and corporate sector. The book has 33 chapters, each with novel contributions to theory and practice of financial management. The book is an output of the Contemporary Financial Management Conference held in Belgrade, from 7-10...
The Role of Cybersecurity in the Public Sphere - The European DimensionSpotlight
The aim of this paper is to present the areas in EU and domestic legal systems which cover currently applicable laws on cybersecurity and the related cyber-liability. Legal regulations related to cybersecurity that are currently in force embrace only a very narrow understanding of the notions of cyberspace and cybercrime. This paper aims to present those areas of the existing regulations in which the notions of cyber-liability have been preliminarily defined. Issues that are currently viewed as only marginally relevant to the functioning of states in the domain of cyberspace operations...
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