Cyberlaw for Global E-business: Finance, Payments and Dispute Resolution: Finance, Payments and Dispute Resolution

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Kubota, Takashi
IGI Global, 2007 M12 31 - 318 pages
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As the various types of global e-business grow rapidly, the need to establish adequate cyberlaws is increased. Reformation of domestic and global laws has been underway; however, the nature of e-business is one of constant technological developments, consistently outdating existing laws.

Cyberlaw for Global E-Business: Finance, Payment & Dispute Resolution examines cyberlaw discussions worldwide on topics such as cybercrime and risk management, comparative electronic trading systems of securities, digital currency regulation, jurisdiction and consumer protection in cross-border markets, and case law on international bank transfers. An invaluable resource for policy-makers, business experts, lawyers, scholars, and researchers, this book provides comprehensive research from a global perspective on the legal, technical, and financial implications of e-business.


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Takashi Kubota was educated at the University of Tokyo, obtaining a bachelor?s degree (1990) and a master?s degree (1993), earned a master?s degree (1996) at Harvard University, and at Osaka University, obtaining a PhD (2002). He worked for the Bank of Japan from 1990 to 1998 as a legal expert, taught international business law at Nagoya National University from 1998 to 2004 as an associate professor, and is currently a professor of law at Waseda Law School, Waseda University, Japan, where he teaches international financial law, IT law, and so forth. His recent studies include payment, electronic commerce and international financial systems, funds and securities payment laws, cybermalls and online auctions, and the Basel 2. [Editor]

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