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CRIMES INSIDE THE UNREGULATED BLOCKCHAIN NETWORKS: QUALIFICATION PROBLEMS

Crimes Inside the Unregulated Blockchain Networks: Qualification Problems While wide competition between the blockchain and the law as two tools of global human behavior regulator sounds like a Sci-Fi plot, implications of blockchain behavior regulation yet smaller by size but the same sort by nature are popping up constantly. An unregulated distributed ledger network is a social phenomenon. What is

Principles of Sustainable Development as a Factor for International Harmonization of Technical Regulation for Railway Transport

The article focuses on various aspects of implementation of sustainable development principles to systems of technical regulations within such issues as hierarchy of legal sources, qualification conflict, and asymmetric development of legal and convention mechanisms of law execution. The issues are examined with the consideration of sustainable development principles within the development of railways infrastructure.

New Trends in International Tax Planning and International Tax Control

In 2014 in the framework of the OECD and according to the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters, the Standard for Automatic Exchange of Financial Account Information was introduced. Its implementation is expected to bring critical changes in the efficiency of international fiscal control.

State Bankruptcy as an Institution of International Law: Analysis of European Legal Realities

The current European debt crisis keeps being a major threat both for regional and global economy. An instance of a bankruptcy of one country together with direct consequences arises potential “domino effect” which will affect entire region.