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7 March 2014

A round-up of Cardiff Law School staff publications for February 2014.

The Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy has published many of the papers from last year’sFragmented Risk Symposium. This includes a paper from James Davey entitled Fracturing and Bundling Risks: The Coverage Expectations of the “Real” Reasonable Policyholder.

The story: Research from Rutgers Law-Camden Informs Industry Scrutiny on Homeowners' Insurance Overhaul

Elen Stokes gave two papers at Monash University:

One paper at the 'Nudging for Better Health' conference, Monday 17th February. ('Nudging and evidence-based policy in Europe').

One paper at the 'Health Technoscience and the Human Body: Socio-Legal Perspectives' workshop, Wednesday 26th February. ('Time, temporality and the regulation of new technologies')

Jo Hunt

At the end of Jan/start of Feb Jo gave a paper, co-authored with a recent Cardiff PHD graduate, Kristof Kark, at the workshop 'Territorialisation of interest representation in times of economic crisis", at the Willy Brandt Center for German and European Studies, University of Wroclaw, Poland.

The paper is titled 'The Implications of Mulitspeed Europe on Parliamentary Representation'.

Christos Boukalas

"No Exceptions: Authoritartian Statism. Agamben, Poulantzas, and Homeland Security". Critical Studies on Terrorism, 6 (1): 1-19 (2014).

No exceptions: authoritarian statism. Agamben, Poulantzas and homeland security

Dr Daniel Newman

Here is a piece on zemiology/Michael Jackson fans' court case in the Conversation:

Michael Jackson: in life he was the King of Pop – in death could he have set a legal precedent?

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