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] (2nd edn, C.H. Beck 2002) Llambías-Wolff, J. ‘Law As The Expression Of Politics And The Result Of Its Own Dynamics’ (2014) 3 (5) International Journal of Social Sciences. Macherey P. & Bundy, S. ‘Judith Butler and the Althusserian theory of subjection’, (2013) 1 (2) Décalages: An Althusser Studies Journal. Mańko, R. ‘Koncepcja interpelacji ideologicznej a krytyczny dyskurs o prawie’ [The Notion of Ideological Interpellation and Critical Discourse on Law] (2014) 8 Archiwum Filozofii Prawa i Filozofii Społecznej. Mańko, R. ‘Quality of Legislation Following a

threatened or the quality of life drops below the socially acceptable minimum.31 In standardization of needs there is a notion which is legally vague. According to W. Maciejko, an essential need is one "without which minimum standards of human existence cannot be maintained."32 This notion explains the needs justified by preservation of life, health, playing social roles, income- earning opportunities and acting as a family member. These are legitimate needs for a basic compilation of values worthy of protection, which may be satisfied by the minimal standard.33

-Private Partnerships (2007). 10 Michał Kulesza, Agata Kozłowska and Michał Bitner, Ustawa o partnerstwie publicznym. Komentarz (Dom Wydawniczy ABC 2006); Deloitte, Closing the Infrastructure Gap: The Role of Public-Private Partnerships (2006). 11 International Monetary Fund, Public-Private Partnerships, Government Guarantees, and Fiscal Risk (2006). 49 Wroclaw Review of Law, Administration & Economics [Vol 3:2 Parliament provides the following advantages of PPP compared to an in- house delivery scheme:  reduced life-cycle costs;  more efficient allocation of risk

by the holding of two conferences in Rome. The Treaty created the European Union and institutional framework for its operation as well as confirmed the desire to build an internal market and promote particular economic policies. In addition, among the purposes for which the TUE was established are raising standards of living and quality of life and achieving economic and social cohesion. Instruments serving the intentions of European Union legislation are: 1. common commercial policy, 123 Wroclaw Review of Law, Administration & Economics [Vol 1:2 2

day after, the President of the Italian Republic Giorgio Napolitano appointed the economist Mario Monti senator for life, adopting “an act of constitutional fantasy, in the days when Berlusconi temporised on his resignation, while the markets were demanding a replacement. Thus, Napolitano, using his prerogative (the power of appointment of senators for life) immediately showed the way and the parties followed" (M. Ainis, Corriere della Sera, 17/11/2011). In fact, Berlusconi tended his resignation soon after. Monti was appointed to form a new Government

execution and both the authors and the project contractors are convinced that deviations from the assumptions specified in the documentation are basically unacceptable. Executive experience, however, as is often the case in everyday life, forces the contractors to introduce certain changes during project implementation, despite the fact that according to documentation, specifically designated and described materials should be used, for example. However, one must be aware of the general principle that every project must be implemented in accordance with the

.e. receiving quality healthcare services, clearly clashes with the patient’s obligation to cooperate with healthcare specialists17. As in many other countries (with the exception of France18), the Lithuanian legal system does not treat the inviolability of a patient’s private life as an absolute right19. Even though it may seem that its personal nature would allow for a patient to freely disseminate information gathered in the course of treatment or nursing, the ability of a patient to spread such information is impeded. The requirement to share the patient

usually related to outcomes – the impact of a government's programs on society – and efficiency measured the quality and quantity of goods and services provided by the government4. It seems, however, that effectiveness has come to entail much more than citizens’/clients’ satisfaction and the attainment of a government's DOI: 10.2478/wrlae-2013-0049 * Assistant Professor, Constitutional Law Chair, Department of Law, Administration and Economy, University of Wroclaw, a.simon@prawo.uni.wroc.pl ** Professor

new world economy”1. The literature provides evidence of the benefits of education to individuals and society. For the individual, educational attainment is a key determinant of earnings and has a significant effect on labour market outcomes2. Investment in education also delivers non-monetary benefits. Higher education is also associated with longer life expectancy, improved health, reduced participation in crime, and greater participation in civic and social life (for more educated people) etc. The private return to education constitutes an important

work claim themselves to be the recognized centers of science in Germany, Poland, Russia and the USA. Their aspiration 41 Petr Syshkov, Ekaterina Popova, ‘Cel sovershenstvovaniya zakonodatelstva – sozdanie stimulirujushih uslovij pri kommercionalizacii tehnologij’ (2008) 2 Innovacii 24. 108 Wroclaw Review of Law, Administration & Economics [Vol 1:2 to enhance knowledge and technological progress is guided by the principle of constantly improving the quality of life for all people.