Law and Economics "Market, Non-market and Network Transactions"

por Nagar, Ranita; Prasad, Panta Murali
Law and Economics "Market, Non-market and Network Transactions"
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ISBN: 978-1-62273-452-8
Editorial: Vernon Press
Fecha de la edición: 2018
idioma: Ingles
Nº Pág.: 220

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Reseña: It is well known that sustainable development practices, technological innovation and good governance play a major role in the accumulation of wealth in a knowledge economy. Hence, the state promotes competition, provides incentives to conserve resources and creates opportunities for citizens to push for innovation and invention. As a result, the formulation of efficient legal rules is essential for protecting intellectual property rights, fully specified contracts and effective ex-ante and ex-post systems. However, can efficient legal rules improve societal well-being by changing the behaviour of individuals and basic social structures and trends? And if so, how can these legal rules be formulated? In their Second International Conference on Law and Economics, the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur aimed to address the formulation and implementation of efficient legal rules while at the same time working towards a greater dissemination of law and economics-based research. This book is the final outcome of this conference that saw over thirty presentations take place. The twelve carefully selected contributions to this volume cover a broad range of topics within law and economics from engaging with decisions makers to create a process for the routine collection of empirical evidence to perceived gender discrimination and stress among working professionals. This book is not only an important contribution to law and economics scholarship but will also be of great interest to both universities and research institutions working within the field.
indice: Preface Acknowledgements Chapter 1 Introduction Thomas S. Ulen Chapter 2 What is Innovative Leadership? An industry perspective Uday Racherla Chapter 3 From explosion to radiation: Why court delays affect loan EMIs and the wider economy Ramanand Mundkur Chapter 4 Mergers, acquisitions,competitiveness and competition: A study of the Indian cement sector Neha Jaiswal, Pulak Mishra, and Indrajit Dube Chapter 5 Gender identity, perceived gender discrimination and stress among working professionals Navya Jain and Meena Osmany Chapter 6 Modelling drivers of Financial Inclusion in India to aid policy-makers - an AHP approach Syed Hameedur Rahman Zaini, and Asif Akhtar Chapter 7 What drives level of Financial Inclusion: Study with reference to India? Ravindra Tripathi, Priyanka Tandon, and Nikhil Yadav Chapter 8 Need for institutional arbitration in construction contracts in India Mohana Raje, Kavita Kalyandurgmath, and Jagdish Raje Chapter 9 Economic analysis of Pharmaceutical Patent regime in India: A study in light of pre and post TRIPS regime Dr. Hardik H. Parikh Chapter 10 Governance of Nanomaterials in India: Learning from institutional analysis of the European REACH Regulation Julian Schenten Chapter 11 Should a Constitution contain explicit anti-corruption mechanism? Supruet Thavornyutikarn Chapter 12 The Way Ahead: Towards A Social Economics? Upendra Baxi Index


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