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The FCTC dilemma on heated tobacco products

Authors: GRUSZCZYNSKI, Lukasz; MELILLO, Margherita
Citation: Globalization and Health, 2020, Vol. 16, No. 81, pp. 1-14
Year: 2020
Abstract: Background : In October 2018, the Conference of the Parties of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC or Convention) adopted its first…

Evidentiary issues in Philip Morris v Uruguay : the role of the framework convention for tobacco control and lessons for NCD prevention

Author: MELILLO, Margherita
Citation: The journal of world investment & trade, 2020, Vol. 21, No. 5, pp. 724-752
Year: 2020
Abstract: This article analyses the evidentiary assessment made by the investment Tribunal in the case of Philip Morris with a view to drawing some lessons for…

Agreeing to disagree : the European Union and the United Kingdom after Brexit

Author: BRADLEY, Kieran
Citation: European constitutional law review, 2020, OnlineFirst
Year: 2020

Health union and bioethical union : does Hippocrates require Socrates?

Author: COGHLAN, Niall
Citation: European journal of risk regulation, 2020, OnlineFirst
Year: 2020
Abstract: Health Union raises bioethical questions ranging from resource allocation and risk balancing to respect for specific bioethical prohibitions, as an…

The pandemic, youth and Europe : will the EU take the strain of youth unemployment from us?

Author: STEIERT, Marc
Citation: Politique Européenne, 2020, OnlineFirst
Year: 2020
Abstract: Youth unemployment is on the rise again. The COVID-19 pandemic is not only an unprecedented health crisis but is also tangible through an immense…

Pandemics as rights-generators

Author: JAIN, Neha
Citation: American journal of international law, 2020, Vol. 114, No. 4, pp. 677-686
Year: 2020
Abstract: While the global pandemic has exposed the fragility of human rights protections, it has also resulted in rights victories for some of the most…

An alternative to data ownership : managing access to non-personal data through the commons

Author: FIA, Tommaso
Citation: Global jurist, 2020, OnlineFirst
Year: 2020
Abstract: In today’s algorithmic society, access to large-scale datasets is the sine qua non for any economic actor to reap the benefits of data-driven…

Artificial intelligence for citizens’ rights : the Claudette project

Authors: LAGIOIA, Francesca; SARTOR, Giovanni
Citation: Ragion pratica, 2020, Vol. 34, No. 1, pp. 87-118
Year: 2020
Abstract: After introducing the concept and the methods of artificial intelligence, we shall consider the prospects of machine learning technologies, as…
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