In order to encourage the research spirit, IOMG periodically organizes two research contests: the Contest of Research in Law & Development (Concurso de Investigación en Derecho y Desarrollo) and the Interdisciplinary Contest of College Research (Concurso Interdisciplinario de Investigación Universitaria

Research in Law & Development Contest

Starting in 2010, Instituto OMG has periodically organized this contest looking to foster the research, exploration and academic debate spirit about law & development at the international level.  The call is addressed to researchers, academics and students of any nationality, with 5 editions already successfully executed. 

¡WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

1st Call

The submissions selected as winners in the 1st Call of the Law & Development Contest were published in the First Edition of IOMGs Law & Development Magazine (Revista Derecho y Desarrollo).

1st Place: Reconocimiento de los Derechos Económicos, Sociales y Culturales por la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos a través de sus Sentencias Reparatorias” By Paola Carolina Pelletier Quiñones

2nd Place:Un Análisis de Eficacia de las Medidas Anticorrupción (Caso DR-CAFTA)” By Moisés Valentín Jáquez Mota

3rd Place Solución e Línea de Conflicto” By Néstor Raúl Londoño, Co-Researchers: Isabel Cristina Salinas Alcaraz y Carlos Andrés Gómez García.

2nd Call

The submissions selected as winners in the 2nd Call of the Law & Development Contest were published in the Second Edition of  IOMGs Law & Development Magazine (Revista Derecho y Desarrollo). 

 

1st Place: Entidades de Gestión Colectiva de Derechos de Autor: ¿Competencia o Monopolio? Un Análisis Jurídico y Económico: Caso Dominicano”. By Yarisabel Marmolejos.

 

2nd Place: Fuero Parlamentario Constitucional: Impunidad o inmunidad frente al derecho internacional”. By Armando Castro Pérez.

3rd Call

The submissions selected as winners in the 3rd Call of the Law & Development Contest were published in the Third Edition of IOMGs Law & Development Magazine (Revista Derecho y Desarrollo). 

1st Place:Plazo à la Carte: Análisis del Mecanismo de Renovación de Patentes como Herramienta de Desarrollo en la República Dominicana”. By Luis Gil Abinader

2nd Place: Las Garantías Judiciales del Procedimiento de Provisión de Viviendas Dignas para los Habitantes de Zonas de Alto Riesgo a Instancia de las Acciones de Tutela y Popular”. By Mario Pedro Ríos Padilla, Carlos Arturo Durante Martínez & Carlos Mario Frías Rubio

3rd Place: Equilibrio Ecológico, Desarrollo Sostenible, y Fiscalidad Verde: Aproximación al Establecimiento de un Sistema Eficaz en Materia de Impuestos Ambientales en República Dominicana”. By Roger G. Pujols Rodríguez.

4th Call

The submissions selected as winners in the 4th Call of the Law & Development Contest were published in the Fourth Edition of IOMGs Law & Development Magazine (Revista Derecho y Desarrollo).

 

1st Place:La (In) Utilidad de las Internas para los Políticos". By Álvaro Caso, María Fernanda Boidi y Rosario Queirolo

2nd Place: “Lo Público que se Haga Público: Una Enmienda al Artículo 45 de la Ley Electoral 275-97 de la República Dominicana”. By Samuel E. Bonilla Bogaert & Daniel R. Morales.

3rd Place:Partidos Políticos y Democracia: Regulación y Rendición de Cuentas del Financiamiento en la República Dominicana”. By Boni Guerrero Canto

5th Call

The submissions selected as winners in the 5th Call of the Law & Development Contest will be published in the Fifth Edition of IOMGs Law & Development Magazine (Revista Derecho y Desarrollo). 

 

2nd Place:Corte Constitucional y mutaciones constitucionales: el caso de la potestad tributaria de las entidades territoriales y el impuesto sobre el alumbrado público en Colombia”. By Carlos Arturo Duarte Martínez.

Honorable Mention: Ambiente y licencia social: el derecho a decidir sobre la vida propia como oportunidad para el desarrollo de una democracia robusta”. By Américo Schvartzman.

Interdisciplinary College Research Contest

Starting in 2015, Instituto OMG has periodically organized this contest with the support of several institutions, in order to support and foster the education & development of research in college students so they can address the most current relevant topics through interdisciplinary research (creating work teams of different areas). 

 

1st Call

The 1st Call of the Interdisciplinary College Research Contest was launched in 2015. During the contest two workshops on research methodology were offered, one in the Ángel María Soler Library of the Supreme Court of Justice, and another one in the Juan Pablo Duarte Library of the Central Bank.  Participants had access to a Methodology Manual describing the main steps needed to do a bibliographic research and the sections required in the research paper. The winning submissions were published in the First Edition of IOMGs Interdisciplinary College Research Contest Magazine (Revista del Concurso Interdisciplinario de Investigación Universitaria). 

1st Place: "La Reforma al Marco Jurídico sobre Burocracia y Meritocracia en la República Dominicana y su Impacto en el Mejoramiento del Servicio Público Dominicano". By Heuydi Céspedes Arciniega, Yenibel Cuevas & Jean David de Jesús.

2nd Place: "Aplicación del consentimiento informado. Instrumento pro-empoderamiento bioético-humanístico-jurídico-social de los usuarios del sistema de salud Dominicano". By Carmen Elena Cruz Peña, Natalia De Núñez Dájer & Maureen Nicole Ventura.

Honorable Mention: "Limitada Protección a los Derechos de los Docentes ante Casos de Violencia en los Centros Educativos de República Dominicana a Partir de la Aplicación del Código para la Protección de los derechos de los Niños, Niñas y Adolescentes desde el Año 2003 Hasta el Año 2015". By Francisco Javier Martínez Cruz & Franciely Lucia Cabral Suriel.

2nd Call

The 2nd Call of the Interdisciplinary College Research Contest was launched in march 2016. The main topic was "Law as a tool for development", and in this occasion the research papers had to address one of the following topics: 1) Health and Social Security, 2) Water.  

During the contest two workshops on research methodology were offered, one in the Ángel María Soler Library of the Supreme Court of Justice, and another one in the Juan Pablo Duarte Library of the Central Bank.  Participants had access to a Methodology Manual describing the main steps needed to do a bibliographic research and the sections required in the research paper.

The research papers had to be delivered by june 3, 2016. 

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