1 online resource (xviii, 252 p.) : ill.
9781474202008 (online) 9781849465403 (hardback) 9781782253921 (electronic book) 9781782253914 (PDF)
International studies in the theory of private law ; v. 11.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 237-246) and index.
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Introduction Contract enforcement institutions State-enforced contract law and the development of modern market economies Does globalisation lead to a decline of state contract law? Research design Scenario 1 : how German companies enforce contracts when buying software products in Asia and Eastern Europe How Bulgarian and Romanian firms enforce contracts when selling software products to OECD countries How Indian firms enforce contracts when selling software products to OECD countries How contracts between German buyers and suppliers from Bulgaria and Romania are enforced after Bulgaria and Romania entered the EU Overall results Economic globalisation and the decline of state contract law The limits of international commercial arbitration ICT and the rise of informal contract enforcement institutions in global markets.