South Asian Law & Economics Review

South Asian Law & Economics Review is an Annual e-Journal of Law & Economics bearing ISSN: 2581-6535. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law & Economics and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.

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One Person Company: Concept, Opportunities & Challenges in India

With ever changing scenario of business the new concept of One Person Company has been emerged as per Companies Act 2013. It is a hybrid of sole proprietor business and company form of business. Although this concept of Entrepreneurship is new in India and it will require time to be accepted amongst the people. There

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Tax Justice Is Not A Brain Surgery: Analysis Of Tax Recovery On The Performance Of Tax Appeal Machinery In Tanzania

Tax justice goes far beyond lack of administration of justice at any tax appeal mach. An effective tax system delivers the 4 Rs of tax: revenues to fund public services; redistribution to curb inequalities; repricing to address public harms such as fossil fuel extraction and tobacco consumption; and political representation – recognising the key role

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Chemical Industries & Competition Law In India

In this paper, the aim is to put across the importance of chemical industries. Chemical industries have also been discussed in relation to the different types of market competition and the space for such endeavours in the Indian context. Furthermore, the relevant case laws have also been discussed within this paper in relation to the

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Net-Zero, Climate Change And India’s Quest For Green Energy

The emission of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere has caused global warming to an unprecedented level endangering human life on earth. It is strongly felt by the experts and the world leaders alike that curtailing of carbon emissions is most necessary to bring down temperature to the target fixed by the Paris Agreement. Net-zero emission

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A Study on the Economics of Rape and Suggested Improvements

The economics approach to law (hereinafter referred to as Law and Economics) is a stream of legal science that utilizes economic analysis in answering three major questions: (i) the definition of law; (ii) the origin of the law and the way in which the law came into force; and (iii) criteria for good law (Mercuro

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