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International Journal of Private Law

International Journal of Private Law (IJPL)

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International Journal of Private Law (2 papers in press)

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  • Legal regulation of migration policy in EU countries: current challenges   Order a copy of this article
    by Svetlana Drobyazko, Anna Baboi, Oleg Batiuk, Zoriana Dilna, Irena Szarowska 
    Abstract: The purpose of the paper is a comprehensive study, scientific description, and analysis of the legal framework for the regulation of migration policy, the practice of application by states and other subjects of international law of legal norms regulating the protection of migrants, refugees, and persons in need of temporary protection. The methodology used in the paper combines elements of political, historical and philosophical analysis, as well as an interdisciplinary approach, which made it possible to comprehensively highlight the specifics of the formation and implementation of EU migration policy under modern conditions. The main results are the analysis of legal documents regarding the problem of refugees, which are unable to overcome the EU migration crisis. In conclusion, possible strategies for overcoming the migration crisis in the EU in the legal sphere are considered.
    Keywords: legal regulation; migration policy; refugees; strategy; migration crisis; persons in need of temporary protection; humanitarian status; multiculturalism.
    DOI: 10.1504/IJPL.2023.10057681
     
  • The future of GAFAM and competition law: two models in perspective   Order a copy of this article
    by Habiba Bhouri 
    Abstract: Online platforms play a vital role in our daily lives. They have become essential for both internet users and businesses. At present, competition authorities are very active vis-a-vis the strategies of digital giants. Competition law is flexible enough to deal with their specificities. However, the traditional tools of competition law do not make it possible to detect and effectively repress the anti-competitive practices of digital platforms and particularly GAFAM (acronym of Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon, to which Microsoft is sometimes added). The authorities are concerned with the performance of the criteria for reviewing merger operations. In this context, reform of competition law is essential to consider the new forms of domination by GAFAM. This article discusses the European initiative and future American projects.
    Keywords: GAFAM; competition law; regulation; monopoly; state authority; big tech.
    DOI: 10.1504/IJPL.2023.10059877