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NOLEGEIN Journal of Corporate & Business Laws

ISSN: 2581-7779


Focus and Scope

About the Journal

NOLEGEIN Journal of Corporate & Business Laws [2581-7779(e)] is a peer-reviewed hybrid open-access journal launched in 2018 that provides a platform to discuss new issues in the area of Business globalization and information technology. The journal also seeks to advance the quality of research by publishing papers introducing or elaborating on Digital Markets and Informational support.

Focus and Scope

  • Delegated Management: Adverse selection; Agency; Delegated portfolio management; Moral hazard; Principal-agent models Merton’s problem Stochastic optimization Portfolio theory Wealth process Delegated portfolio management Contagion VaR constraint Asset-management Equilibrium asset pricing Optimal contracts Principal–agent problem.
  • Contracts Formation and Contents:  Psychological contracts social cognition social exchange reciprocity employee relationships Formation of psychological contracts, the development of psychological contracts, the content of psychological contracts, psychological contracts of nurses, nurse contractual obligations, the Covid-19 pandemic, specific performance, force majeure. Civil law – Serbia Serbia — Foreign relations — European Union countries Contracts — European Union countries Law merchant – Serbia Commercial law – Serbia.
  • Competition and Consumer Law: Costs of non-compliance, responsive regulation, consumer protection, competition, digital economy, online purchasing decision-making Competition Law, Consumer Protection, Public Enforcement, Institutional Design, Administrative Authorities Abuse of dominance, data portability, exploitation, merger review, refusal to deal, unfair conditions Competition Law, Consumer Policy, Retail.
  • Corporate governance and corporate finance: Signaling, Resource Constraints, Recapitulation, ) Neutral Nexus, Process Distinctions, Organizational Concern, Leading Differences, TCE Rationale, Dequity, Leveraged Buyouts, Institutional Finance, Comparison of financial systems, corporate finance, corporate governance, complementarities in financial systems, corporate governance, corporate finances, emerging markets, financing, Corporate governance Corporate control Mergers Acquisition, Corporate governance; Corporate boards; Executive compensation; Ownership structure.
  • Business Organizations and internal rules: Business rule management Enterprise modeling, corporate crime, organizational Criminogenesis, criminogenic features, organization crime, total quality management, public sector, organizational change, disclosure, sustainability reporting, integrated reporting, Integrity, Financial Statement, Internal Control, Forensic Accounting, Forensic Accounting Techniques, Employers organizations, Social dialogue, internal marketing, bureaucracy, banks.
  • Balance of power: Divide-and-balance, Proxy balancing, goods substitution, Binding, Case Studies Constitution, Europe history, international relations, Nation resistance, Sherman act, Network theory, Relationship, Sports, Media, Sponsors, Power, Transactions, Dependency, demand, elasticity, net effect price, capital for labor, fiduciary duties, Delaware law, culpability, a duty of obedience, mortgage investment, contract, regulation, discretion, balance of power, standard form, market access policy, protectionism, CSR, Altruism, brands, choice, `detailing’, mass-customization, power.
  • Director’s duties and liabilities: Duties, intentional violation, and negligence, vicarious liability, enterprise, stakeholders, Treuepflicht, gross negligence, Indemnification, Ratification, Waiver, torts, claims, reflex damage, liquidation, pari passu principle, insolvency law, stockholders, involvement, insolvency, liability, court decisions, commercial law, GCL.
  • Corporate Liability: Contract, Tort, and Crime: corporate liability, risk shifting, sanction insufficiency, asset insufficiency, enforcement insufficiency, managerial liability, undercapitalization, Liability insurance, tort, torts, criminal law, crime torts, economic incentives, morals, moral reasoning, consequentialism, price setting, loss spreading, vicarious liability, the paradox of compliance.