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Relational theory and choice rhetoric in the Supreme Court of Canada
The issue of personal choice has become central to Canadian family law. Much of the debate derives from the competing models of autonomy posited by neoliberal and feminist theorists. Neoliberalism, which currently dominates ...
How do firms present choice to consumers? Some unusual decision constructs along the B2C transaction process
Certain features amongst some online retailers are atypical of ‘good’ design; the transaction process presents consumers with optional extras that not only slowed the process down, but also stressed and agitated consumers. ...
Pension scheme defaults: questionable foundations and unconsidered outcomes
Inertia, the behaviour of doing nothing and allowing the current situation to prevail, is reported in many empirical pension studies. However, the reasons for the behaviour are not agreed. Various explanations include: ...
Brand tribalism and self-expressive brands: social influences and brand outcomes
Purpose - This study aims to examine the relationship between social influence and consumers' self-expression through brands. It considers susceptibility to interpersonal influence and social network influence on self-expressive ...
Report to government Working Group on the Protection Process on improvements to the protection process, including direct provision and supports to asylum seekers, Final Report, June 2015
(Department of Justice and Equality, 2015)
[No abstract available]
The impact of DC (defined contribution) scheme structure and communication policies: a bounded rationality framework
Concepts from bounded rationality, particularly biases, are frequently used to explain the successes and the failures of pension scheme defaults. This research suggests that pension literature has focused on pension ...
E-Government in the Irish Revenue: the Revenue On-Line Service (ROS) - a success story?
e-Government in the Irish Revenue: The Revenue On-Line Service (ROS) a success story? AbstractThe Revenue Online Service (ROS) is one of the first e-government initiatives introduced in Ireland. The primary purpose of ...
Audit quality threatening behaviours: perceptions of auditees
(Irish Accounting and Finance Association, 2015)
Previous research has found that audit staff engage in audit quality threatening behaviours (QTB). Auditee personnel interact with audit staff during fieldwork, and their perceptions of QTB are reported in this paper. ...
Review of Steve Peers, Tamara Hervey, Jeff Kenner and Angela Ward (eds), The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights: A Commentary (Hart Publishing 2014)
(Irish Society for European Law, 2015)
This is not just the latest commentary on the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights (the Charter)1 but the definitive commentary, at least until it is overtaken by developments in the European courts and requires an update. ...
Tax professionals at work in Silicon Valley
This paper analyses a previously unexamined but nonetheless important facet of modern society the nature and impact of the relationship between in-house tax professionals in large multinational organizations, and the ...