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Situated at the intersection of legal and economic history, the symposium will focus on the regulation of natural monopolies in network industries such as railways, energy, or telecommunications. On one hand, it will analyze constitutional and legal frameworks, and, on the other hand, it will...
Focusing on a German-American comparison in transnational perspective, the workshop will especially address the following issues: 1. Which actors and institutions in industrialized countries have developed an awareness of economic crime as a new problem? Since when? To which discourses of moral,...
The conference will contribute to this emerging field of research by focusing on family businesses as international actors. From the 19th century, family businesses have addressed global challenges and have competed in international markets. Therefore, adjustments to their corporate governance...
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