Topical Issues problems of Modern Law and Economics in Europe and Asia : collective monograph : Vol. II // Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL); Association of Russian Diplomats; Association of Russian Lawyers // ex. ed. M. Egorova, I. Khalevinskiy. — M.: Yustitsinform, 2018. — 304 p.
The monograph was prepared by the main participants-speakers of the First international legal and economic forum “Modern problems of Law and Economics in Europe and Asia” (France, Cannes, 2018, September 16-20). This collective monograph presents articles by leading experts in law and economicssts from France, Russia, Germany, Switzerland, Slovakia and China. The monograph considers topical issues of the development of modern civil, corporate, competitionve and banking law, modern current problems of the development of economic relations and prospects for their further improvement.
For teachers, researchers and practitioners, government o cials, employees of diplomatic agencies, students, undergraduates, graduate students of law and economics, as well as for all those interested in the problems issues of law and economics.
The modern world is developing rapidly, and the speed of its transformation is growing every day. Under the in uence of new technologies, innovations and approaches, new problems also appear. These challenges arise in all spheres of public life, and many of them were unthinkable some time ago.
Most of the current problems require immediate and strong response. And what is important to realize is that solving a large number of modern society problems is impossible without fundamental reforms in the legal sphere, both at the national and global levels. Many legal norms have become outdated and no longer correspond to modern economic and socio-political realities.
With the comprehensive implementation of digital technologies into all spheres of human life and the transformation of traditional ways of doing things, the issue of forming a regulatory and legal framework for regulating relations in areas closely related to digital technologies is becoming especially urgent. The adaptation of legislation to the new digital realities is not going fast enough, and its improvement will be an important mission for many decades to come. This applies to the vast majority of areas not only of inter-human, but also international relations. E-commerce, the protection of personal data, investment and antitrust legislation, protection of the quality of goods and services are just a few of the areas in which fundamental and large-scale reforms are to be carried out.
Prospects for further economic growth of both individual countries and the world as a whole are inextricably linked to legal regulation. Legal regulation should contribute to strengthening the economy and stimulating its main engines. Adequate and rational legislation should be aimed at ensuring the smooth functioning of market structures, entrepreneurship and commerce, protecting the rights of buyers and interests of the society, equality of market actors.
The solution of many of these problems can be found at adjacent areas of various legal systems. Many economically developed countries already 10.