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02.11.2020 Article
Islamic finance and food commodity trading: is there a chance to hedge against price volatility and enhance food security?
This paper evaluates current food commodity trading from the Shariah point of view, which is particularly relevant for the MENA region. It focuses on futures contracts as the main instrument for grain trading and analyzes the traders’ activities. Through a qualitative and multifaceted approach, the paper accumulates and evaluates the suggestions for 15 Shariah-based alternatives to futures by contemporary researchers.
Калимуллина М. Э., Орлов М. П.
Heliyon. 2020. Vol. 6. No. 11. P. E05355.
08.10.2020 Book
Научно-практический комментарий к Федеральному закону «О защите конкуренции» (постатейный)
Настоящий научно-практический комментарий к Федеральному закону «О защите конкуренции» подготовлен ведущими юристами и экономистами, профессионально занимающимися вопросами антимонопольного регулирования.
Ответственный редактор: И. Ю. Артемьев Под общей редакцией: И. В. Золотарёв, С. А. Пузыревский, Е. С. Хохлов, Г. П. Чернышов
М.: Статут, 2015.
01.10.2020 Working paper
Combatting cross-border cartles: empirical study
The Empirical Study was conducted for the support of the discussion during the Roundtable ‘Combating Cross-Border Cartels’ in course of the Eighth United Nations Conference to Review All Aspects of the Set on Mutually Agreed Equitable Principles and Rules for the Control of Restrictive Business Practices which took place on 22 October 2020. The current Report serves as a contribution of the Centre to the mentioned Roundtable.
Anna Pozdnyakova
04.08.2020 Book
Competition Law for the Digital Economy
The digital economy is gradually gaining traction through a variety of recent technological developments, including the introduction of the Internet of things, artificial intelligence and markets for data. This innovative book contains contributions from leading competition law scholars who map out and investigate the anti-competitive effects that are developing in the digital economy.
Научный редактор: B. Lundqvist, M. S. Gal.
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019.
04.08.2020 Book chapter
Public Law, European Constitutionalism and Copyright in Standards
The book addresses the question of whether technical standards decided and published by official Standards Development Organizations (SDOs) and referred to in Regulations, Directives or, generally, in EU law be regarded as “law” that must be accessible to the public, or could these standards still be private goods, licensed for royalties and, indeed, only accessible by a few?
Lundqvist B.
The Cambridge Handbook of Technical Standardization Law Под науч. редакцией: J. L. Contreras. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019.
04.08.2020 Book chapter
Regulating competition in the digital economy With a special focus on platforms
This chapter – without any attempt to discuss all issues – sketches a framework for how to address platforms under competition law, i.e. on what levels or dimensions do they conduct their business and compete, what exclusionary unilateral practices are relevant in the digital economy, and, hence, should they be prohibited under competition law when taking into consideration legal and economic theory?
Lundqvist B.
Competition Law for the Digital Economy Под науч. редакцией: B. Lundqvist, M. S. Gal. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019.
01.07.2020 Article
Appropriate Level of Protection: The Most Misconceived Notion of WTO Law
This article takes stock of the panel and Appellate Body jurisprudence on ALOP and offers some thoughts, de interpretatione ferenda, on the direction that future jurisprudence should take.
Rovnov Y.
European Journal of International Law. 2020. Vol. 31. No. 4. P. 1343-1377.
11.05.2020 Article
Breeders’ and Farmers’ Exceptions: How Valuable Are They for the World and Are They a Necessity for the BRICS Countries?
These days, the world and every country in it are faced with the task of ensuring food security for people. It’s of current interest also for the BRICS countries. The ability to access genetic information and materials for seed production depends on intellectual property regimes.
Gavrilova O.
BRICS Law Journal. 2020. Vol. 7. No. 3. P. 4-28.
12.03.2020 Book
Myths of legal monopoly, or a tale of why innovation does not develop in Russia
The author addresses three myths, on which, as on three whales, the intellectual property protection regime established in post-Soviet Russia is based, aimed at serving the interests of global monopolies to the detriment of the interests of the Russian economy and society, including innovative start-ups. These are myths about legal monopoly, the great incentive and the good foreign investor.
Ivanov A.
Закон. 2020. № 2. p. 86-102.
12.12.2019 Working paper
Fairness Meets Machine Learning: Searching For A Better Balance
In this paper we study various formal definitions of fairness that can be embedded into ML algorithms and show that the root cause of most debates about AI fairness is society’s lack of a consistent understanding of fairness generally. We conclude that AI regulations stipulating an abstract fairness principle are ineffective societally.
Semenova E., Перевощикова., Ю., Ivanov A., Ерофеев М. В.
Law. LAW. Высшая школа экономики, 2019
02.12.2019 Book
Digital Era Competition: A BRICS View. Report by the BRICS Competition Law and Policy Centre
The report focuses on one of the most crucial questions of our time — the new forms of competitive interaction in the era of digital capitalism.
Ivanov A., Lianos I., Lundqvist B., Yu Q., Войниканис Е. А., Semenova E., Kotova D., Перевощикова Е. Ю., Харитонов И. В., Позднякова А. Э., Karliuk M., Avdasheva S. B., Лубамбо Д. М., da Silva Pereira Neto C. M., de Azevedo P. F., Kumar U., Gupta S., Ghosh P., Bhattacharya S., Bose A., Gupta I., Singh M., Wang X., Hou L., Fang X., Xue J., Wang B., Davis D., Paremoer T., Raslan A., McLean A., Eller K. H., Kleinschmitt T., Roujia M., Luyao P., Bettiol H. M., Darr A. Под общей редакцией: A. Ivanov, I. Lianos.
Digital economy, BRICS, competition
21.11.2019 Book chapter
Development of regulation: new challenges in the conditions of radical technological changes
The report identifies a number of critical areas of regulation from the perspective of breakthrough scientific and technological and economic development, from the regulation of data turnover to artificial intelligence and cryptocurrency markets, while comparing the experience of different countries and different approaches to regulation.
Blinkin M., Dupan A., Ivanov A., Karlyuk M., Knyaginina N., Kotova D., Kuzyk M., Meshkova T., Molodyko K.,Radomirova Y., Ryzhkov A., Sabelnikova E., Simachev Y., Sokolov A., Chulok A., Yankevich S.
Moscow: HSE Publishing House, 2019.