International Business Law Prof. Dr. Ş. Tuğrul Ansay, Dr. Işık Önay, Dr. Cem Veziroğlu  - Kitap
1. Baskı, 
Mart 2024
Kitabın Detayları
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Temin süresi 2-3 gündür.
Kitabın Açıklaması
This book is a product of Prof. Ansay's lectures from a 4th year undergraduate elective course on international business law (IBL) at Koç University Law School in Istanbul, where a curriculum was implemented to match the needs of increasingly global and international economies. There are many books on IBL on the market. These are mainly geared towards the needs of Western developed states, and the needs of law students in those countries.
The main purpose of this book is to provide students and young practicing lawyers with background information on general issues of IBL. Although the main audience of this book is law students and young practicing lawyers entering the international practice of business law, the book may also prove to be beneficial for students of business administration, as well as other persons dealing with international business.
Kitabın Konu Başlıkları
Actors in International Business
Sources of International Business Law
Procedural Law
Commercial Arbitration
Kitabın İçindekileri
Chapter 1 
I. Prologue 
II. What does "international business law" indicate? 
A. Nationstate? 
B. National, inter–national, trans–nationalsupra–national business law 
C. International business 
D. How does international business law differ from domestic business law? 
E. Is international business law an independent field of law? 
Chapter 2 
Actors in International Business 
I. Actors in general 
II. Actors in particular 
A. The State as an actor in international business 
B. Real (natural) persons 
C. Legal (juristic, artificial) persons 
D. Group companies and multinational companies 
E. Joint ventures (JV) 
Chapter 3 
Sources of International Business Law 
I. General remarks 
II. Public international (transnational) law as the resource for international business practice 
A. General principles of public international law 
B. The role of the United Nations 
III. Private international law 
A. In general 
B. In particular 
IV. Officiallyprivately prepared domestic rules as sources of international business relations 
A. In general 
B. Unification and harmonization of the laws of international business 
V. Comparative law as a source of international business law 
A. Comparative law at the micro level 
B. The use of comparative law in practice by judges and practicing lawyers 
VI. International customary law among merchants (lex mercatoria) 
VII. Secondary sources 
A. Scholarly publications as sources of international business 
B. Court decisions 
VIII. Hierarchy of applicable laws 
Chapter 4 
I. Some general remarks on the significance of language in international business 
II. Mandatory use of language 
III. Legal problems caused by acting against the rules on language 
IV. English as a common language for international businesspeople? 
Chapter 5 
Procedural Law 
I. International civil procedure 
II. Actors and courts in the distribution of justice 
A. Judges and courts 
B. Scholars 
C. Practicing lawyers (attorneys) 
III. Jurisdiction 
IV. In general – courts with jurisdiction over international commercial disputes 
A. Rules on jurisdiction 
B. Exclusive jurisdiction, choice of jurisdiction; agreements on jurisdiction (Exclusive vs. alternative jurisdictions) 
V. Litigation (Trial) 
A. General remarks 
B. Some procedural issues effecting the court process (Qualification) 
C. Res judicata and lis alibi pendens 
D. Proof of foreign law 
E. The relationship between the applicable substantive law and jurisdiction of the courts 
F. Enforcement (and Recognition) of foreign court decisions on commercial matters 
Chapter 6 
Commercial Arbitration 
I. In general: What is commercial arbitration? 
II. Different types of arbitration 
III. Sources 
IV. Form ments 
V. Third party effect 
VI. Freedom of arbitration and the role of the State 
A. Arbitrability 
B. Arbitration and the State 
VII. Comparison of State courts and international commercial arbitration 
VIII. Enforcement (and recognition) of foreign commercial arbitration awards 
A. When there is an international award? 
B. Conditions for enforcement