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    Some Remarks on Latin Legal Terminology in the Works of Adam Mickiewicz

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    Adam Mickiewicz is considered to be the most outstanding Polish Romantic poet, as well as one of the most excellent poets of Europe. Interestingly, Mickiewicz used in his works expert Latin legal terminology relating to the issues of social structure, political organization of the Roman state and Roman law. His knowledge on this subject came mainly from the works of ancient writers with which he became familiar while studying at the Vilnius University. Mickiewicz also read publications that dealt extensively with the history of ancient Rome by authors such as Edward Gibbon, Barthold Georg Niebuhr, Jules Michelet, and Joachim Lelewel.Adam Mickiewicz postrzegany jest jako najwybitniejszy polski poeta romantyzmu, jak r贸wnie偶 jeden z najznakomitszych w skali europejskiej. Interesuj膮ce, 偶e w swoich dzie艂ach Mickiewicz u偶ywa艂 fachowej 艂aci艅skiej terminologii prawniczej odnosz膮cej si臋 do kwestii struktury spo艂ecznej, organizacji politycznej pa艅stwa rzymskiego i jego prawa. Wiedz臋 na ten temat poeta czerpa艂 przede wszystkim z dzie艂 pisarzy antycznych, z kt贸rymi zapozna艂 si臋 podczas studi贸w na Uniwersytecie Wile艅skim. Mickiewicz czyta艂 tak偶e opracowania szeroko omawiaj膮ce histori臋 staro偶ytnego Rzymu takich autor贸w, jak Edward Gibbon, Barthold Georg Niebuhr, Jules Michelet czy Joachim Lelewel

    D-divisible quantum evolution families

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    We propose and explore a notion of decomposably divisible (D-divisible) differentiable quantum evolution families on matrix algebras. This is achieved by replacing the complete positivity requirement, imposed on the propagator, by more general condition of decomposability. It is shown that such D-divisible dynamical maps satisfy a generalized version of Master equation and are totally characterized by their time-local generators. Necessary and sufficient conditions for D-divisibility are found. Additionally, decomposable trace preserving semigroups are examined

    Characterisation of Selected Materials in Medical Applications

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    Tissue engineering is an interdisciplinary field of science that has developed very intensively in recent years. The first part of this review describes materials with medical and dental applications from the following groups: metals, polymers, ceramics, and composites. Both positive and negative sides of their application are presented from the point of view of medical application and mechanical properties. A variety of techniques for the manufacture of biomedical components are presented in this review. The main focus of this work is on additive manufacturing and 3D printing, as these modern techniques have been evaluated to be the best methods for the manufacture of medical and dental devices. The second part presents devices for skull bone reconstruction. The materials from which they are made and the possibilities offered by 3D printing in this field are also described. The last part concerns dental transitional implants (scaffolds) for guided bone regeneration, focusing on polylactide鈥揾ydroxyapatite nanocomposite due to its unique properties. This section summarises the current knowledge of scaffolds, focusing on the material, mechanical and biological requirements, the effects of these devices on the human body, and their great potential for applications

    Characterisation of Selected Materials in Medical Applications

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    Tissue engineering is an interdisciplinary field of science that has developed very intensively in recent years. The first part of this review describes materials with medical and dental applications from the following groups: metals, polymers, ceramics, and composites. Both positive and negative sides of their application are presented from the point of view of medical application and mechanical properties. A variety of techniques for the manufacture of biomedical components are presented in this review. The main focus of this work is on additive manufacturing and 3D printing, as these modern techniques have been evaluated to be the best methods for the manufacture of medical and dental devices. The second part presents devices for skull bone reconstruction. The materials from which they are made and the possibilities offered by 3D printing in this field are also described. The last part concerns dental transitional implants (scaffolds) for guided bone regeneration, focusing on polylactide–hydroxyapatite nanocomposite due to its unique properties. This section summarises the current knowledge of scaffolds, focusing on the material, mechanical and biological requirements, the effects of these devices on the human body, and their great potential for applications

    Foreign Ownership and Within-MNEs GVC Participation as Determinants of Innovation Activities: A CIS-Based Firm-Level Analysis

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    In this paper we study the relationship between foreign firm ownership and innovation activities in a wide group of West European and Central and East European countries. Based on a dataset including more than 100,000 firms covered by the 2014 edition of the Community Innovation Survey, we examine the role of home- and host country effects in firms鈥 decisions to introduce various forms of innovation. In addition, we identify a group of foreign-owned firms that specialize in exporting and interpret them as participants of hierarchic global value chains organized by multinational enterprises. We show that while foreign direct investment, especially from Germany, is positively associated with innovation, the opposite effect is observed in the case of hierarchic global value chains鈥 participants. The negative impact of within-multinationals global value chains on innovation is more pronounced in the affiliates located in the Central and East European countrie

    Roman Law at Wolna Wszechnica Polska in the Interwar Period

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    WWP w Warszawie by艂a jedn膮 z kilku szk贸艂 wy偶szych w Polsce, w kt贸rych w okresie mi臋dzywojennym wyk艂adano prawo rzymskie. Zaj臋cia z tego przedmiotu prowadzili: Feliks Szenwic (1918-1932); Borys 艁apicki (1924-1939); Zdzis艂aw Zmigryder-Konopka (1932-1937); W艂odzimierz Kozubski (1934-1936). W 1928 r. powsta艂 oddzia艂 WWP w 艁odzi, gdzie do wybuchu II wojny 艣wiatowej tak偶e wyk艂adano prawo rzymskie. Bez cienia w膮tpliwo艣ci uczonym, kt贸ry po艂o偶y艂 najwi臋ksze zas艂ugi zar贸wno w zakresie dydaktyki, jak i nauki prawa rzymskiego w WWP by艂 B. 艁apicki. W okresie mi臋dzywojennym napisa艂 on kilka warto艣ciowych prac. Pomimo 偶e model kszta艂cenia s艂uchaczy w WWP r贸偶ni艂 si臋 od schematu obowi膮zuj膮cego na uniwersyteckich wydzia艂ach prawa, to uczelnia ta odegra艂a wa偶n膮 rol臋 w 偶yciu naukowym i spo艂ecznym II Rzeczypospolitej. Nauczanie prawa rzymskiego w WWP przyczynia艂o si臋 do poszerzania horyzont贸w my艣lowych s艂uchaczy i pozwala艂o u艣wiadomi膰 im, jak wa偶n膮 rol臋 odegra艂o prawo rzymskie w kszta艂towaniu kultury prawnej Europy.The private Warsaw college known as Wolna Wszechnica Polska (WWP) was one of the few academic institutions in Poland where Roman law was taught in the interwar period. Roman law lectures were given by Feliks Szenwic (1918-1932), Borys 艁apicki (1924-1939), Zdzis艂aw Zmigryder-Konopka (1932-1937), and W艂odzimierz Kozubski (1934-1936). In 1928, the WWP opened a branch in 艁贸d藕, where Roman law was taught until the outbreak of the Second World War. Unquestionably, the greatest contribution to the teaching of Roman law and Romanist scholarship at WWP came from Borys 艁apicki, who was the author of several important books and papers. Although the model of education o铿ered by WWP di铿ered from the standard at the law faculties in Polish universities, this institution played an important role in Polish academic life in the 1920s and 鈥30s. Roman law as taught at WWP broadened the intellectual horizon of its students and made them aware of the important role that it had played in the shaping of the legal culture of Europe

    A note on the optimal scope of professional self-regulation

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    Professions such as doctors and lawyers often enjoy some degree of self-regulation, i.e. they can set the codes of conduct in the market and even determine the rules for joining the profession. We address the problem of the optimal scope of self-regulation. Specifically, we model a profession that can decide about the quality of the service, and we examine if the profession should also be allowed to determine the number of suppliers. We assume that a larger number of professionals reduce the fixed cost of providing quality, and hence the motive to restrict entry is mitigated. Nonetheless, we find that for well-behaved fixed costs functions, the size of the profession preferred by the professionals is smaller than the socially optimal one. Still, if the only alternative to self-regulation is free entry to the profession, then self-regulation is the preferable regime. These findings are relevant for the services that are difficult to substitute by the services produced outside the profession

    La dottrina polacca dei diritti antichi nel 1900鈥1945

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    During the last dozen or so years, M. Zab艂ocka has published works on the achievements of Polish researchers in the field of ancient laws, especially the Roman law. It should be added that the achievements of Roman law studies in Poland in the 19th century were presented by J. Kodr臋bski, Prawo rzymskie w Polsce XIX wieku, 艁贸d藕 1990. However, the literature lacked a complete list of works written in the years 1900-1945. This period can be divided into three sub-periods: 1) the years 1900-1918, until Poland regained its independence; 2) the years 1918-1939, until the outbreak of World War II; 3) the years 1939-1945, until the end of the war. Each of them was characterized by different political, economic, and social conditions. In the first sub-period, Polish scientists were active in only a few academic centers. A number of important issues in the conduct of research and scientific development were influenced by the policies pursued by the governments of the three partitioning powers. There are clear differences in this regard. What is also characteristic of the 1900-1918 sub-period is the very strong connection of Polish scientists with German science and its influence on the nature of research. Many important changes occurred in the interwar sub-period, which undoubtedly can be considered as the most fruitful period of development of Polish studies of ancient laws in the period analyzed in this publication. The years 1918- 1939 witnessed the largest number of academic centers, with a wide range of specialists studying various legal issues of the ancient world. Liberated from the shackles imposed by the partitioning powers, Poland tried to create the best possible conditions for science. This brought tangible results in the form of a significant number of works. A number of them, thanks to cooperation with many foreign universities and their academic staff, were published in their renowned journals, encyclopedias, and commemorative books. Of note is the fact that Polish scientists maintained particularly close scientific contacts with Italian researchers. Several of them (Pietro Bonfante, Salvatore Riccobono, Pietro De Francisci), even received honoris causa doctorates from Polish universities. The last sub-period, the years of World War II, was fundamentally different from the others. At that time, the fewest publications appeared, which is absolutely not surprising. Many of them were prepared before the outbreak of the war. Fairly normal scientific activity was conducted only by those scientists who managed to escape from the occupied Poland. Ancient laws were studied by scientists working at universities, including lawyers, historians, classical philologists, and canonists. It should be emphasized that authors of publications in that sub-period included people unrelated to universities who were employed in secondary education or practiced as advocates, notaries, or judges. Works by Polish researchers were published in various forms: monographs, dissertations, papers in scientific journals and commemorative books, encyclopedic entries, reviews, and bibliographic notes. Many of them were published by publishers with recognized position in the scientific world. Some, however, were popular science works, intended for a much wider audience. Works by Polish authors, as well as reviews and bibliographic notes to them, were published in over 250 scientific journals in various languages. A vast majority of the publications were written in Polish. Also, numerous works in German, French, Italian, and Latin were published. Much fewer works were published in English, Russian, Czech, Spanish, and Hebrew. The most prolific authors, working on various legal issues of the ancient world, were: Rafa艂 Taubenschlag, Adolf Berger, Moj偶esz Schorr, Franciszek Bossowski, and Ignacy Koschembahr-艁yskowski. The subject enjoying the greatest interest of researchers was Roman law and, within it, issues concerning the history of sources, law of property, law of obligations, and public law. Much attention was also paid to the influence of Roman law on the shape of modern legal institutions. The number of translations of source texts in that sub-period is surprisingly low. In the years 1900-1945, there was not a single comprehensive translation of an important legal monument of ancient Rome, such as the Law of the Twelve Tables. There was also no Polish translation of works written during the Justinian鈥檚 codification (Institutiones, Digesta, Codex). Only works containing translations of parts of various laws were published, most often without any professional commentary. They were usually intended for secondary school students. However, it should be emphasized that Polish translations of sources of fundamental importance to the knowledge of the law in force in Babylonia and Assyria were published at that time. When summarizing the achievements of Polish researchers in the field of ancient laws in the years 1900-1945, it should be stated that they constitute a significant contribution to the history of both Polish and world science. Many of those publications are even today the basic literature for scholars working on particular issues and many Polish authors are considered as outstanding experts in the field of ancient laws. The outbreak of World War II hindered to a great extent the development of research conducted by Polish scientists. 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