(R)evolution of the insolvency law in a globalized economy Cover Image

(R)evolution of the insolvency law in a globalized economy
(R)evolution of the insolvency law in a globalized economy

Author(s): Ionel Didea, Diana Maria Ilie
Subject(s): Law on Economics, Commercial Law
Published by: Societatea de Stiinte Juridice si Administrative
Keywords: insolvency; globalization; reorganization; interdisciplinarity; comparative law; international economic order; international trade;

Summary/Abstract: This study aims at highlighting the image of insolvency law as it was outlined, ascendingly developed and reached the remodelling stage in an international economic context, in a globalization era where the approach of interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity is no longer only mere philosophical theory, but is manifested instead through the interference and inter-connexion between fields of law and dimensions of political, economic and social factors, the need to identify a coagulating factor through the so-called harmonization of the norms of law, of the jurisdiction and of the international, EU and regional practices, as well as a reporting of the best practices in the field becoming key factors in the qualitative management of insolvency risks, an institution which is individualized, at the same time, in a new field of law, an autonomous law that has gone beyond the borders of commercial law and has also expanded over individuals and territorial and administrative units, law present in interference with the monist system implemented by the new Civil Code but also driven, in its evolution, by principles promoted at EuropeanUnion level, and also at international level.

  • Issue Year: 9/2019
  • Issue No: 18
  • Page Range: 91-112
  • Page Count: 22
  • Language: English