A special issue which focuses on papers by Academicians, , Industrialists, Advocates, Judges, Professors and other Stakeholders
ABOUT US: DWRTC is a biannual journal published by the GNLU, with its 1st issue already published in March 2011. Within a short time it has got immense recognition from the legal academia all over the world. The Journal deals with the burning issues regarding the legal implications on the trade and commercial front and its competition interface in the international scenario.
Multilateral trade and developmental institutions, the World bank, the WTO, UNCTAD and similar other bodies, have started pursuing, although very late, a co-ordinated and cohesive strategy to understand the competition issues having direct impact on the promotion of world trade and avoidance of trade conflicts.
Their efforts have to be supplemented by research and academic institutions all across the world. DWRTC is such a venture on the part of GNLU to bring together policy-makers, executives , judiciary and academicians to discuss the solutions provided by synergy of reconciling trade and competition policy and issues and at the same time, propose practical and feasible recommendations and practices.
Such holistic approach has so far not been adopted by any institution in India. The Journal firmly believes in strengthening national policies and promoting global trust through common understanding of competition issues for promoting world trade and prevents trade conflicts at large.
ABOUT THIS EDITION OF GNLU’s special issue of competition Law and policy of international and national significance: The purpose of this edition is to explore possibilities of convergence and appreciation of divergence, and at times conflicting perceptions and views on the proposed theme.
WITH THE VIEW:
To share the developments and best practices on cutting edge issues relating to competition law and policies.
To look into the competition laws of other countries and then make an analysis by comparing those with the Indians laws.
To discuss & understand the Foreign Direct Investment Policy and the Anti-Money laundering, and to find the remedies, deficiencies and implementation.
To look into various issues relating to frauds which are happening in the corporate sector and try to provide some practicable solutions in order to prevent such frauds.
To deal with various issues relating to the impact of competition policy in India such as competition policy in India such as Competition Commission of India’s New M&A guidelines, Anti-competitive agreements, cartel issues, Intellectual Property Rights and abuse of dominance under competition law.
Theme I: competition law and policy of international and national significance
Abstract submission: 8th March, 2014
Intimation of acceptance: 19th March, 2014
Full paper submission: 11th May, 2014
Entries should have a cover page containing the following:
Full name & Designation
Institution/Organization/University & Professional/Educational details; and Email address & telephone number.
Entries should be submitted in .doc format with the following specifications:
Font Type : Garamond
Spacing : 1.5 inch spacing
Title: 16 font size
Subtitle: 14 font size
Text: 12 font size
Citation Method: OSCOLA Manual citation
Word Limit: 350-500 Words (Abstract); 3000- 5000 words (Full paper)
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