New Civil Codes in Hungary and Romania

Politics, Sociology

New Civil Codes in Hungary and Romania By Prof. Attila Menyhárd, Dr. Emőd Veress
Labor and Monopoly Capital: The Degradation of Work in the Twentieth Century by Harry Braverman
Ghada Karmi, Clayton E. Swisher, “The Palestine Papers: The End of the Road?”
Alyssa Ayres, Philip Oldenburg, “India Briefing: Takeoff at Last?, 5th edition”
“Nitrification and Denitrification” ed. by Ivan X. Zhu

New Civil Codes in Hungary and Romania By Prof. Attila Menyhárd, Dr. Emőd Veress

English | PDF | 2017 | 227 Pages | 3.19 MB
This edited volume examines two recent Central European recodifications of civil law. The contributors present and discuss the regulation and the fundamental changes related to the new Civil Codes in each country. They also highlight the novelties and some of the issues of great debate of the new regulation.
The papers investigate specific parts of the two Civil Codes. Coverage reviews default rules of legal persons and companies, key issues of the new regulations of property law, and the topic of intellectual property. The contributors also consider the law of obligation, unforeseeable changes in circumstances in contracts, family law and law of succession, and more.
Hungary and Romania connect to each other by their special historical and cultural background, which serves as a solid basis of great cooperation. This volume shows how the two countries view civil law. It offers readers straightforward and practice-oriented knowledge on the subject.

Labor and Monopoly Capital: The Degradation of Work in the Twentieth Century by Harry Braverman

English | December 1st, 1998 | 366 pages | MOBI | 1.43 MB
This widely acclaimed book, first published in 1974, was a classic from its first day in print. Written in a direct, inviting way by Harry Braverman, whose years as an industrial worker gave him rich personal insight into work, Labor and Monopoly Capital overturned the reigning ideologies of academic sociology.
This new edition features an introduction by John Bellamy Foster that sets the work in historical and theoretical context, as well as two rare articles by Braverman, “The Degradation of Work in the Twentieth Century” (1975) and “Two Comments” (1976), that add much to our understanding of the book.

Ghada Karmi, Clayton E. Swisher, “The Palestine Papers: The End of the Road?”

2011 | EPUB | 320 pages | 1.76 MB
Documents from the classified papers leaked to Al-Jazeera in January give the clearest account yet of what really goes on in Middle East peace talks, including revealing off-the-record remarks made by Condoleezza Rice, Tony Blair, Mahmoud Abbas, and other key players
In January 2011, Al-Jazeera television published 1,600 pages of confidential papers and memoranda from the last five years of peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians. This book presents complete texts of a number of the most important papers, along with an analysis that reveals a complex, tortuous, and so far unproductive Palestine-Israeli peace process, in a rare, unfiltered look at a current topic as it unfolds. Issues discussed include the Israeli illegal settlements, the Hamas rockets, the Israeli Wall, the invasion of Gaza, the rights of Palestinian refugees, and the move to define Israel as an exclusively Jewish state. For the first time it is possible to compare public utterances, such as “the settlements must go” from Palestine and “we want the Palestinians to have a viable state” from Israel and the U.S., with the very different views expressed in confidential meetings and memoranda.

Alyssa Ayres, Philip Oldenburg, “India Briefing: Takeoff at Last?, 5th edition”

English | 2005 | 304 pages | EPUB | 2.7 MB
Since 2001, India has gained new attention as an emerging world power with a rapidly growing economy, a world-class science and technology sector, and a huge English-speaking labor pool. After a period of escalating tension with neighbor Pakistan, wide-ranging peace talks are underway. Within India, there is an unprecedented mood of optimism about the future. At the same time, the nation wrestles with difficult questions about the place of secularism in society, the role it sees for itself globally and within Asia, and the reality that millions of Indians still live at the subsistence level. This volume of India Briefing examines India’s changing fortunes through chapters that cover the economy; the twists and turns of domestic politics; labor in the large informal sector; the cultural roots of Hindu nationalism; the foreign relations rollercoaster; the business of Bollywood; and a special chapter on the range of new resources about India available on the web.

“Nitrification and Denitrification” ed. by Ivan X. Zhu

IToAE | 2017 | 110 pages | PDF | 5 MB
This volume is dedicated to nitrification and denitrification – essential processes for aquatic ecological system and vital for human health.
While ammonia is applied for disinfection together with chlorine to produce chloramine, excessive ammonia may cause nitrification and bacteria growth in water transmission pipeline. Since excessive discharge may cause eutrophication and deterioration of aquatic system, nitrate is regulated for wastewater discharge in sensitive areas. Further, nitrate needs to be monitored and controlled in drinking water treatment to protect against methemoglobinemia in bottle-fed infants.
Contents
1 Introductory Chapter: Effects of Salinity on Biological Nitrate Removal from Industrial Wastewater
2 Innovative Nitrogen and Carbon Removal
3 Heterotrophic Nitrification and Aerobic Denitrification by Alcaligenes faecalis No. 4
4 Biodegradation of Ammonia in Biofiltration Systems: Changes of Metabolic Products and Microbial Communities
5 Denitrification in the Presence of Chlorophenols: Progress and Prospects
6 Nitrate Removal from Groundwater with Membrane Bioreactor

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