31
Oct

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INTERGENERATIONAL AND INTRAGENERATIONAL EQUITY AND COMPENSATION IN THE CONTEXT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Economical and juridical aspects The definition of sustainable development induces the notion that its achievement becomes feasible only when between generations and within the same generation an associative spirit, tolerance, solidarity and mutual care can develop and ensure that the wellbeing of one must never, in any way, harm the other person’s wellbeing. In other […]

01
Jul

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THE SOURCE OF LAW AND THE RULE OF LAW ACCORDING TO FRIEDRICH VON HAYEK

With two doctoral degrees, one in law (1921) and the other in social sciences (1925), a Noble prize for economy (1974) and a diverse, broad written work, Friedrich von Hayek (1899-1992) remains one of the great thinkers of the 20th century. Hayek was a wide-ranging, eclectic personality, with multidimensional scientific approaches, reclaimed by jurists, philosophers, […]

01
Jul

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WORK ENSLAVEMENT BY MEANS OF TAXATION

The fiscal system and its level, structure and technology practice shaped and still continue to do so the social and economical policies. Fiscal policy, more egalitarian according to  the socialist oriented doctrines and more leisure according to the liberal ones, can help, propel or hold down the enthusiasm by seize the present. The concern to […]