Autor/Autores: Editors: Maria Lucia Labate Mantovanini Padua Lima e José Garcez Ghirardi
ISBN v. impressa: 978989712481-5
ISBN v. digital: 978853628062-2
Encuadernación: Tapa blanda
Número de páginas: 286
Publicado el: 02/07/2018
The idea of developing the book Global Law: Legal Answers for Concrete Challenges has its origin in the intense internationalization process of São Paulo Law School of Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV DIREITO SP). The fact that FGV DIREITO SP has received a considerable number of foreign visiting professors over the last eight years in its Global Law Program and has participated actively in the constitution and development of the Law School Global League (LSGL) were the starting point for the structuring of this book.
The main objective of the Global Law: Legal Answers for Concrete Challenges is to allow the discussion of themes considered global from different points of view, but with an emphasis on the Brazilian vision.
On the other hand, the editors believe that there is a growing public of lawyers and non-lawyers interested in the themes and type of approach of this book, not only in Brazil, but also in many other jurisdictions.
The Global Law: Legal Answers for Concrete Challenges is composed of four sections that put together related papers with thematic affinity. These sections are: i) Regulation and the Relationship between Public and Private Sectors; ii) Corruption Systems and Systemic Corruption; iii) Environment and Human Rights; iv) Globalization: Technological Innovation and New Legal Paradigms. The editors made a brief explanation at the beginning of each section to give the reader an opportunity to be acquainted with the theme and main characteristics of each paper. It is important to emphasize the pedagogical character of this book.
MARIA LUCIA LABATE MANTOVANINI PADUA LIMA
Associate Dean at FGV São Paulo Law School. Graduated in Business Administration at Fundação Getulio Vargas São Paulo (FGV/EAESP) (1979), Doctor in Economics at Universidade Estadual de Campinas (1995), Post-Doctoral Program at Georgetown University Law Center (2008), and Professor at FGV-SP since 1982. Associate Dean for International Affairs Office at FGV DIREITO SP since May 2007. Published the book Instability and Creativity of International Financial Markets (Published in Portuguese) in 1997; coordinated the chapter VII about Regional Trade Agreements of the book Brazil and the Great Issues of International Trade organized by Vera Thorstensen and Marcos Jank (2005); Co-Organizer and Coordinator of the book Brazil and the Dispute Settlement Body in the WTO (Published in Portuguese) published by Editora Saraiva (2008). Author of the chapter Brazil’s Multilateral Trade Diplomacy in the WTO in the book Leadership and Change in the Multilateral Trading System edited by Narlikar, Amrita and Vickers,B and published by Martinus Nijhoff Publisher, Dordrecht, 2010. Organizer and Coordinator of the book Law and Economics: Thirty Years of Brazil (Published in Portuguese) published by Editora Saraiva 2012.
JOSÉ GARCEZ GHIRARDI
Holds a PhD (1992) and MA (1988) (both in English Literature) from the University of São Paulo. He graduated in Law also at the University of São Paulo (1985). He is a full-time professor at São Paulo Law School of Fundação Getulio Vargas. He is an accredited member of the Brazilian Bar Association. He developed his post-doctoral research at UNICAMP (São Paulo State University/Campinas - 2003). He was a visiting scholar at Wayne State University (1998- 1999) (MI, US) with a grant from the CNPq (Brazilian Counsel of Technological and Scientific Development) and a visiting professor at Gonzaga Law School (WA/US) (2012; 2013). He is a member of the Brazil team in the Globalization, Lawyers and Emerging Economies project with the University of Harvard (MA/US). He has published The time is out of joint: social transformation and political theory in Shakespeare (O mundo fora de prumo: transformação social e teoria política em Shakespeare - 2011) and has presented papers, published and taught courses on Law and Literature and legal education and methodology in Brazil and abroad.
Aldo de Paula Júnior
André de Castro dos Santos
Bruno Meyerhof Salama
Carlos Ari Sundfeld
Juliana Bonacorsi de Palma
Juliana Nunes da Silva Busto
Lie Uema do Carmo
Marcelo Padua Lima
Maria Lucia L. M. Padua Lima
Marilia De Cara
Mario Engler Pinto Junior
Nara Cristina Takeda Taga
Nelson Novaes Pedroso Jr.
Oscar Vilhena Vieira
Paulo Clarindo Goldschmidt
PART 1 - Regulation and the Relationship Between Public and Private Sectors, p. 13
Transformative Constitutions as a Tool for Social Development, Oscar Vilhena Vieira / Dimitri Dimoulis, p. 15
Administrative Law in Brazil, Carlos Ari Sundfeld, p. 33
Benefit Corporations in the US and Mixed-Capital Companies in Brazil: a Parallel, Mario Engler Pinto Junior, p. 51
Agencies Without the Rooseveltian State: Legal Regime of Regulatory Agencies in Brazil, Juliana Bonacorsi de Palma / Bruno Meyerhof Salama, p. 67
Relevant Aspects of the New Energy Legal Framework and Incentive for Investments in Generation of Energy in Brazil, Wanderley Fernandes / Juliana Nunes da Silva Busto, p. 77
PART 2 - Corruption Systems and Systemic Corruption, p. 93
Corporate Compliance Investigations: Concepts, Conflicts and Need to Legal Reform, Michael Nietsch, p. 95
Corruption and Brazilian Crisis: the Case of Petrobras, Lie Uema do Carmo / Maria Lucia L. M. Padua Lima / Paulo Clarindo Goldschmidt, p. 109
Acts of Corruption and Taxes: Analysis of the ISS Mafia and the Zelotes Operation Cases, Tathiane Piscitelli, p. 127
The Automatic Exchange of Tax Information as an Anti-Corruption Mechanism in Brazil, Nara Cristina Takeda Taga, p. 145
Tax and Tax Criminal - Consequences of Corruption, Heloisa Estellita / Aldo de Paula Júnior, p. 153
PART 3 - Environment and Human Rights, The Expansion of Infrastructure in Developing Countries and the Brazilian Challenges, p. 167
for Social Control and Environmental Protection, Nelson Novaes Pedroso Jr. / Flavia Scabin / André de Castro dos Santos, p. 169
Corporate Social Responsibility, Business and Human Rights in the Twenty-First Century: an Overview, Kwaku Agyeman-Budu / Paolo Galizzi, p. 195
PART 4 - Globalization, Technological Innovation and New Legal Paradigms, p. 215
How E-Money and E-Commerce Helped Shape Payment Regulations in Brazil, Marilia De Cara / Marcelo Padua Lima, p. 217
The Courts and Arbitration - a Complementary Vision, Luciano Godoy, p. 227
Global Response to the Threat of Terrorism - Challenges for International Law, Eduard Ivanov, p. 245
Fair Trial and the Equality of Arms in an Algorithmic Society, Serena Quattrocolo / Ugo Pagallo, p. 261