The transport law sector has, over the past few years, rapidly evolved not only thank to the strengthening of its legal sources, but also through the revisiting of traditional legal institutes as well as the codification of new juridical factispecie. By its nature, this specific field of study requires a constant comparative analysis of the different legal systems and the related issues, at national, european and non european level. In addition, a need to verify the contextualization of the legislative choices in the concrete reality, through the analysis of the case law and of the practical application of the operators in the sector, is particularly behooved. Under this perspective, the purpose of this book is to present a collection of academic papers, with the ultimate aim to include the results of several studies recently conducted by a solid group of Italian and international scholars in the field of Transport Law. The leitmotiv underlying these articles is the promotion of a wide discussion on some of the current major issues affecting the transport industry today. The result that arises, reveals the opportunity for a collective and deep reflection on a moltitude of disparate aspects concerning Maritime, Transport and International Trade Law, such to constantly generate an intense debate, both at national and international level. Several articles pay particular attention to comparative investigations, focusing on the legal and factual differences between the various national legal systems. The goal of this volume is, furthermore, to offer an analysis of some of the key juridical figures of each legal system, in order to exchange reciprocal experiences, giving interesting hints to solve problems and generate new ideas. All researchers, in fact, have always considered essential a debate involving academics from different legal systems on the deepening of current issues that come from the transport market. The present work has the purpose to range over different areas of the subject matter, moving from various issues of Maritime Law, as, to name a few, the shipbuilding contract, the new frontier of transport document dematerialization, the Port Management, the flags of convenience, to air, rail and multimodal transportation. The main intent is to offer an updated tool, which allows the scholars and the business operators to orient themselves in some of the most interest profiles and criticalities of a subject that is continually expanding its horizons.
|Titolo:||New comparative perspectives in Maritime, Transport and International Trade Law|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||7.1 Curatela|