International Business and Economics: Law and Policy

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LexisNexis, 2010 - Commercial law - 1045 pages
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Contents

THE INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK
LEGAL INSTITUTIONS SOURCES OF INTERNATIONAL
REFERENCES
FINANCE
Table of Cases
TAXATION OF INVESTMENT RETURNS
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The Special Treatment of Portfolio Interest
Why TaX Dividend Income?
BUSINESS ORGANIZATION
REFERENCES
INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN GOODS
Index
Copyright

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Paul Stephan is an expert on international business and Soviet and post-Soviet legal systems who spent his career studying and writing about the globalization of the world economy and the transition away from Soviet-style socialism. He joined the Virginia faculty in 1979 and was the Percy Brown Jr. Professor of Law from 1991 to 2003. He has written extensively on international law, corruption, and the history of the Cold War, as well as on taxation and constitutional law. He has worked in Russia, Georgia, Ukraine, Albania, and Slovakia on behalf of the U.S. Treasury and in Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan on behalf of the International Monetary Fund.

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