The editors are looking for high-quality contributions in the form of Call for Book Chapters on the Dynamics of Corporate and Commercial Laws in a Globalised World.
About the AuthorsDr. Ankita Sharma is an Assistant Professor of Law at Amity University Haryana.Dr. Archna Sehrawat is an Assistant Professor of Law at Amity University Haryana.Title of the Book
Dynamics of Corporate and Commercial Laws in a Globalised World
About the Book
Globalization has opened the doors to markets of countries around the world for trade and commerce for which Corporate and Commercial laws have displayed effectiveness and efficiency.
Corporate and Commercial laws deal with various concepts involving business, commerce, trade, economics and consumer transactions, and many other important aspects.
Commercial Law operates with an extensive perspective of legal impact on business and is essentially more widespread as compared to Corporate law.
While, the main concern of Corporate Law is the activities of a Corporate entity, its organization, administration, and various issues that connect with the management of a Company, Commercial law largely includes the law of contracts, trade law, banking law, taxation law and several other areas of law that are imperative for a Corporate entity to thrive.
The book, “Dynamics of Corporate and Commercial Laws in a Globalised World” aims to identify and connect with various aspects of Corporate and Commercial Laws in the era of Globalisation that has evolved with the ever-changing times.
Call for Chapters
Editors are looking for high-quality contributions in the form of call for Book Chapters on the Dynamics of Corporate and Commercial Laws in a Globalised World from Research Scholars, Academicians, and Professionals from the legal field and inter-disciplinary streams.
The Chapters must address the key issues pertaining to Corporate and Commercial Laws in the era of Globalisation from National and International perspectives.
ThemesCorporate LawsCommercial Laws Banking LawsIntellectual Property LawsConsumer Protection LawsInternational Trade LawEnergy LawsCyber LawsSustainable DevelopmentDispute Resolution MechanismWomen and EntrepreneurshipLaw and Economics
Note: The topics mentioned here are not exhaustive and contributors may also contribute to other topics related to the abovementioned- themes.
Submission GuidelinesEligibility: The submissions are welcome from Academicians, Research Scholars, Students, Professionals as well as anyone with a deep interest in the subject.Word Limit: The Chapter may be between 3000 to 7000 words including footnotes. Authors’ Details: Details about the author(s), including qualifications and institutional affiliations, if any, are to be mentioned in the Cover Letter.Co-authorship: up to 2 authors permitted.Plagiarism: Only original and un-plagiarised work needs to be submitted. The plagiarism level must be less than 15%.Abstract: The Chapter must be accompanied by an Abstract of not more than 300 words with 5 Keywords.Citation: A uniform mode of citation i.e. Bluebook 19th edition must be followed throughout the work.Font Details: Times New Roman, Size 12, Line Spacing 1.5, Justified.Footnotes: Times New Roman, Size 10.Review: The submissions received would be reviewed by the Editorial Board to determine whether the subject matter is within the scope of the themes and to assess the quality of the manuscript.Publication: The Book will be published with ISBN by Walnut Publication.How to Submit?
No pdf format shall be entertained. All submissions are to be made via e-mail as MS Word documents at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All submissions including the Abstract must be sent on or before August 21, 2022.
Note: Each Author will be provided with a Soft Copy of the Book as well as an E-Certificate. For those who require a Hard Copy of the Book, separate charges of INR 1,000 (including postal charges) are to be paid by the Author/s.
PublicationPublication of the book: October 2022Publication Charges:There is a Publication fee of INR 1,000 at par for all the contributors such as students, researchers, academicians, law practitioners etc. In the case of Co-Author/s, each Co-Author/s is chargeable with the same fee as of Author (i.e. 1000/- each). Payment for publication is required to be done after the Acceptance of the submitted Chapter is communicated to the author/s by the Editors.How to Register?
Register through the link given at the end of this post by submitting the word file of the abstract.
Dr. Ankita Sharma: +91 87398 52596Dr. Archna Sehrawat: +91 95601 35912Email: email@example.com
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