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  • The relevance of harm as the criterion for the punishment of impossible attempts. 

    Christie, Sarah (Vathek. http://dx.doi.org/1350/jcla.2009.73.2.561, 2009-04)
    CHRISTIE, S., 2009. The relevance of harm as the criterion for the punishment of impossible attempts. Journal of Criminal Law 73(2), pp. 153-161.
    There has been much debate about the relevance of punishment in cases of impossible attempts. This article sets out the current position in Anglo-American jurisdictions and considers the rationale behind punishment in ...
  • The use of ADR methods in the context of the barriers obstructing access to non ADR justice in Indian sub-continent. 

    Amjad, Muhammad (Robert Gordon University Aberdeen Business School, Law, 2016-06-01)
    AMJAD, M. 2016. The use of ADR methods in the context of the barriers obstructing access to non ADR justice in Indian sub-continent. Robert Gordon University, MRes thesis.
    This research considers the related questions on access to justice in India sub-continent: what exactly is wrong with the judiciary, what is Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), and why do people prefer it to the judiciary ...
  • Using corporate tax regimes to promote economic growth and development: a legal analysis of the Nigerian corporate tax regime. 

    Onyejekwe, Chisa (Robert Gordon University Law School, 2017-01-01)
    ONYEJEKWE, N.C. 2017. Using corporate tax regimes to promote economic growth and development: a legal analysis of the Nigerian corporate tax regime. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.
    The recession that started in the late 2000s has created significant economic and financial challenges globally and within nation states. In particular, oil-producing countries have been further affected by the fall in oil ...