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Sovereign Debt Management
(OUP Oxford, 2014-01)
The most authoritative and comprehensive book available on sovereign debt management written by practitioners and scholars of world renown.
Financing transactions in Russia
The thesis analyzes Russian laws of security and insolvency and reviews common legal issues arising in cross-border financing transactions. To aid better understanding of up-to-date Russian law, the analysis includes ...
A regional approach to the management of copyright in the Caribbean community
Copyright is a property right that confers valuable economic rights. However, the benefits of the copyright system can be realized only if the rights are suitably managed. Traditionally, copyright is managed on a territorial ...
Human tissue legislation in the United Kingdom 1952- 2006: a history and comparative analysis of policy development
This is a study of the genesis of the Corneal (Grafting) Act 1952, the Human Tissue Act 1961, the Human Tissue Act 2004, and the Human Tissue (Scotland) Act 2006. The aim has been to understand why so much had apparently ...
Boosting pharmaceutical innovation in the post-trips era; the real life lessons for developing world.
The process of globalization and the emergence of a rules-based multilateral trading system pose significant challenges to local pharmaceutical industries in developing countries. With the advent of global patent ...
A barrister’s role in the plea decision: an analysis of drivers affecting advice in the crown court
This thesis explores the reasons behind barristers' advice to defendants in the Crown Court on plea, primarily through interviews with criminal law practitioners themselves. Beginning with a critical overview of the ...
Analysing restrictive and liberal approaches towards assisted suicide and euthanasia
The ‘end of life’ issue in relation to assisted suicide and euthanasia is one of our prime concerns and a most widely discussed phenomenon not only in academic and official literature, but also in day-to-day life. Some ...
The precautionary principle in international environmental law (with a special focus on the marine environment of Thailand)
Although rather recently-emerged principle in the history of international environmental law, arguably, the precautionary principle is more controversial than other principles. Many questions are still unanswered which ...
Exploring the link between law and the fair trade movement: how can law be opened to reflect values from a social movement to benifit the world's poor?
The fair trade movement has been established to create a mutual equality among people in a global pane to offset a gap of inequality and poverty exacerbated by the effect of globalization. One of the main principles of ...
The regulation of franchising in the European Union
Business format franchising is a specific, distinct and uniform type of commercial activity with significant economic impact in the European Union. It stimulates economic activity by offering significant advantages to ...