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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Larisa Kurenkova
Problems and Prospects of the Electronic Commerce Regulation in Russia
Larisa A. Lushina
Legal Support and Business Protection
(Master’s programme)
2018
Electrification of modern life appears not only on the individual, but also on the state, and even at the international level. It is especially noticeable on economy as the basis of the social life. Everyone faced the phenomenon of electronic commerce. However, it has not yet found a scientific or legal framework, which in practice leads to the controversial situations. Thereby the author has set a goal - to conduct a comprehensive analysis of the institution of electronic commerce, to identify problem issues and to formulate proposals for improving legislation in this area.

As a result, the author proposed a concept for the development of civil legislation on electronic commerce, which involves the adoption of a special law on the subject and the bringing the existing legislation into line with it.

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