Law and Policy in International Business

Articles from Vol. 30, No. 1, Fall

A Progressive Analysis of the Efficiencies of Capital Import Neutrality
I. INTRODUCTION International tax is an extremely complex area of tax law. There are no straightforward answers based on intuition in this realm. To illustrate this point, imagine two countries--Freedonia and Sylvania--and two businesses--Firefly,...
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Corporate Codes of Conduct and Product Labeling Schemes: The Limits and Possibilities of Promoting International Labor Rights through Private Initiatives
I. INTRODUCTION As a result of increased economic globalization during the last quarter century, many U.S. multinational corporations (MNCs) now manufacture products in developing nations, or purchase commodities from contractors, subcontractors,...
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The Limited Partnership Joint Venture Model in the People's Republic of China
I. INTRODUCTION The decade of the 1980s witnessed a vast infusion of foreign investment into the People's Republic of China (PRC),(1) much of it in the form of joint venture foreign investment enterprises as the PRC first opened its economy to foreign...
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The Regulation of the Emerging Markets Loan Market
This Article examines the proper characterization and regulation of the secondary market in emerging markets loans. In 1983, in the aftermath of the debt crisis, the secondary market commenced. At the time, country debtors in the secondary market were...
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