ПРИНЦИПЫ СУДЕБНОГО ПРАВА В ВЕЛИКОКНЯЖЕСКОМ СУДЕБНИКЕ И ИХ ЗНАЧЕНИЕ ДЛЯ РАЗВИТИЯ ПРАВОВОГО СОЗНАНИЯ И ПРАВОВОЙ КУЛЬТУРЫ РУССКОГО ОБЩЕСТВА КОНЦА XV - НАЧАЛА XVI В
The sixth issue of the series “Studia Historico-Juridica” (“Historical Jurisprudence”) is confined to the 520th anniversary of the Code of Laws (Sudebnik) of Ivan the Great, which played a key role in the formation of a unified Russian state. The reader will get acquainted not only with the modern legal and historical scientific interpretations of Russian medieval legal norms and institutions, but also with new documents supplementing our knowledge about Russian legal culture of the 15th-17th centuries. The collection is addressed to the scientific community and a wide range of readers who study the historical and cultural heritage of our country.
This paper describes our approach to document search based on the ontological resources and graph models. The approach is applicable in local networks and local computers. It can be useful for ontology engineering specialists or search specialists.
The author studies the rituals and rules in the relationship of kings and nobles in medieval Rus'. The key issues are if the nobles swore an oath to the kings when entreing their service and if the nolbles exercised the so called "right of departure" when leaving the kings' service. The author's approach is comparative. He uses the evidence on the vassal rituals and norms in medieval countries of Europe, first of all, in Scadinavia in the 11-13th centuries.
In this article, we consider the impact of personal contacts on the labor market outcome. Unlike previous studies, we do not assume any particular network structure or vacancies communication protocol. Instead, we state three general properties of matching functions that allow us to establish the existence and uniqueness of equilibrium and characterize the impact of social ties on the labor market. In particular, we show that a monotonically increasing matching function in socialization level is a necessary and sufficient condition for having monotonically decreasing unemployment and increasing wage and market tightness. However, the same does not apply to vacancy rate. We establish a condition under which a monotonically increasing matching function produces a vacancy rate that first increases in socialization level, but then decreases.
This is the first paper on consumer search where the cost of going back to stores already searched is explicitly taken into account. We show that the optimal sequential search rule under costly second visits is very different from the traditional reservation price rule in that it is nonstationary and not independent of previously sampled prices. We explore the implications of costly second visits on market equilibrium in two celebrated search models. In the Wolinsky model some consumers search beyond the first firm and in this class of models costly second visits do make a substantive difference: equilibrium prices under costly second visits can both be higher and lower than their perfect recall analogues. In the oligopoly search model of Stahl where consumers do not search beyond the first firm, there remains a unique symmetric equilibrium that has firms use pricing strategies that are identical to the perfect recall case.
The article is devoted to the problems of law enforcement by Russian consular offices and courts on issue of citizenship as one of the foundations of the Russian constitutional system. Despite the requirement of the Constitution of the Russian Federation the state bodies and officials actions lead to deprivation of citizenship of the Russians living abroad. Such practice is extremely dangerous for the state and indicates the emergency situation with the implementation of the constitutional provisions.