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E-commerce in Private International Law

Student: Kseniya Schegolkova

Supervisor: Natalia Yerpyleva

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Private International Law (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The present master dissertation is devoted to the regulation of the phenomenon of e-commerce in Private International Law. The author analyzes the issue of the formation and development of e-commerce as a new form of doing business on the Internet. The author considers trends in the harmonization and development of a unified approach in the substantive and conflict of laws regulation of e-commerce, including the issue of international taxation of e-business. Finally, the author scrutinizes the problems of legal regulation of e-commerce in private sectors of the economy on the example of international online aggregators. According to the results of the study, the author comes to the conclusion that standardization and unification of the regulation of relations in the field of e-commerce remain a matter of the future due to the fragmentation of approaches formed in national jurisdictions.

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