GNLU Centre for Law and Economics is organizing the ‘GNLU International Conference on Economic Analysis of Law and Governance’ from 18th-21st March 2021.
About the Conference
The topic of ‘Law & Economics’ or ‘Economic Analysis of Law’ is anxious with this interface between the themes of Law & Economics. It permits the larger use of financial instruments and ideas to look at and perceive the legislation along with recognizing the significance of legislation to the evaluation of the economic system. Today, the sector of Law & Economics has expanded and reworked topics corresponding to property, contracts, torts, prison legislation and process, constitutional legislation, administrative legislation, environmental legislation, household unit legislation, and so forth. The inherent benefit of this discipline is that its goal nature permits the authorized system to operate rationally and extra effectively. Besides, it supplies a helpful normative customary for evaluating legislation and coverage.
Law & Economics is a cutting-edge, interdisciplinary discipline that applies instruments from microeconomic concept to authorized guidelines and buildings in order to clarify their functioning, consider their efficiency and prescribe different guidelines and buildings in order to create optimum social outcomes. Law & Economics has seen prolific improvement in numerous jurisdictions and has elicited startling outcomes which have modified the best way we have a look at and run our authorized methods, profitable students plenty of accolades, notably together with the Nobel Prize in Economics.
This requires a normal theme of legislation and economics for this International Conference. With additional restrictions all over the world on account of COVID-19, financial insurance policies have developed impacting main sectors. It turns into pertinent to additionally invite prolonged abstracts on the theme of the present pandemic.
The Centre encourages the submission of papers specializing in the financial evaluation of legislation. Papers could also be in any of the substantive areas of Law and Economics, together with however not restricted to the next:
- Basic Areas of Law and Economics:
- Tort Law and Product Liability
- Forensic Economics
- Criminal Law
- Civil Law
- Common Law
- Constitutional and Election Law.
- Regulation and Business Law:
- Business and Securities
- Regulated Industries
- Business and Cyber
- Real Estate.
- Economics of Legal Procedure:
- The Legal System Litigation Process
- Illegal Behavior and Law Enforcement
- Macroeconomics and Law
- Use of financial instruments in Public Policy evaluation
- Law and Finance:
- Financial sector reforms in India formation of financial coverage
- Cyber Crimes
- Stock Market Regulations
- Sovereign, Corporate and Banking Bankruptcy
- Bankruptcy code
- Tax Evasion
- Black Money
- Basel and Financial Stability Board norms
- WTO and the Financial Services
- Market Regulators:
- Regulated Industries/ Competition legislation and dealing of the fee
- Consumer legal guidelines
- Financial Sector Legal Reforms Commission
- Economic Analysis of litigations:
- Causes of delays/pendency in judicial administration
- Costs of delays
- Out of court docket settlements
- Judicial reforms
- Legal Procedures
- The authorized system and unlawful conduct
- Enforcement of Law
- International Law (Public and Private):
- International Trade, Law and Development
- Environmental Law
- Human Rights Law
- Other Substantive Areas of Law and Economics Labor, Energy, Environmental, Health, and Safety, International, Tax, Family and Personal, Immigration.
The above themes are solely indicative. Papers are invited from different allied areas of Law and Economics as well.
Young Researchers/Scholars Edition
GNLU by means of its Centre for Law and Economics has been working in direction of the creation of interest and consciousness within the authorized research utilizing financial instruments. Apart from that GNLU additionally presents a Ph.D. diploma course within the interdisciplinary research of legislation and economics. Following this goal additional, the present version of the GNLU International Conference on Economic Analysis of Law & Governance goals to advertise younger students and researchers having an avid interest within the discipline of Law and Economics. GNLU Centre for Law and Economics has all the time tried to succeed in out to vivid and younger minds who’ve a eager interest in using financial instruments and theories for authorized evaluation. Some of those efforts may be seen on GNLU Centre for Law and Economics page for Past Events.
In order to advertise such younger minds, the theme of this version of the Conference is ‘Young Researchers/Scholars Edition’ focusing on the next:
- 1. Students/Research Scholars pursuing M.A./M.Phil/Ph.D Discipline in Economics
- 2. Research Scholars pursuing Ph.D within the interdisciplinary research of Law and Economics
- 3. Students/Research Scholars pursuing M.A./M.Phil/Ph.D Discipline in Statistics
- 4. Students/Research Scholars pursuing M.A./M.Phil/Ph.D Discipline in Public Policy
- 5. Students/Research Scholars pursuing M.A./M.Phil/Ph.D Discipline in Development Studies
- 6. Students pursuing Five-Year/Three LLB Discipline
- 7. Students pursuing One-Year/Two-Year LLM Discipline
- 8. Academicians instructing and researching within the interdisciplinary research of legislation and economics.
- 9. Professionals working in Banking, Finance or Economics discipline.
- Submission of Abstracts: 10th February 2021
- Confirmation of Acceptance: 15th February 2021
- Last Date of Registration and fee: 20th February 2021
- Submission of Draft Paper: 10th March 2021
- Submission of PowerPoint Presentation: 15th March 2021
- Students and Research Scholars: 500/- (INR)
- Academicians and Professionals: 1000/- (INR)
Co-authorship is allowed as much as two authors. In case of Co-authorship, each the authors need to register and make the registration fee individually.
The fee link for registration and the registration varieties link will probably be despatched to the authors of chosen abstracts by 15th February 2021.
- 1st Prize to Best Paper Presentation on the Conference: 15,000 (INR) Cash Prize + Publication in GNLU Journal of Law and Economics Volume IV.
- 2nd Prize to Second Best Paper Presentation on the Conference: 10,000 (INR) Cash Prize + Publication in GNLU Journal of Law and Economics Volume IV.
- third Prize to Third Best Paper Presentation on the Conference: 5,000 (INR) Cash Prize + Publication in GNLU Journal of Law and Economics Volume IV.
- 4th Prize to Fourth Best Paper Presentation on the Conference: 3,000 (INR) Cash Prize
- fifth Prize to Fifth Best Paper Presentation on the Conference: 2,000 (INR) Cash Prize
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