Tag Archives: Regulating

"The Problem of the Enterprise and the Enterprise of Law: Regulating the Multinational Enterprise as Entity, as a Network of Links, and as a Process of Production"

The conception and use of the multinational enterprise as a basis for regulatory analysis and policy has interested me for some time (e.g., The Concept of Constitutionalization and the Multi-Corporate Enterprise in the 21st Century; Regulating Multinational Corporations — Trends, … Continue reading

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Study Space Workshop in Lisbon, Portugal – Regulating Planning, Housing and the Sharing Economy

Study Space Workshop in Lisbon, Portugal – Regulating Planning, Housing and the Sharing Economy Applications are now being accepted for Study Space, Living in a Tourist Destination: Regulating Planning, Housing and the Sharing Economy in Lisbon, Portugal from June 23-28,… … Continue reading

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Regulating Blockchain: Techno-Social and Legal Challenges – An Introduction

Philipp Hacker, Humboldt University of Berlin; WZB Berlin Social Science Center, Ioannis Lianos, University College London – Faculty of Laws; BRICS Competition Law & Policy Centre – HSE National Research University, Georgios Dimitropoulos, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, and Stefan Eich,… … Continue reading

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Regulating Initial Coin Offerings

“Only the rich” benefit from securities regulation in the cryptocurrency space, said CEO Erik Voorhees in a recent tweet. Voorhees, the head of the cryptocurrency exchange Shapeshift, issued his tweet after messaging startup Telegram’s decision to cancel its initial coin … Continue reading

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Regulating the Green Economy

A green economy will generate thousands of new jobs—many more than will be lost to regulations on carbon pollution. But a green economy may also increase wealth inequality in some parts of the United States because people who lose jobs … Continue reading

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