The Role of the Legal System in Sustainable Social and Economic Development

January 12, 2017, 09:30 – 11:30, Building 5, 3rd Floor, Green Hall

Issues for Discussion

  • The concept of effective legal regulation as a source of economic development
  • In what areas of economic and financial activity could law foster the movement to modern markets the most?
  • Cost-effectiveness or legality? What can economic policy do to limit non-legal actions of social development actors?
  • What economic conditions enable non-legal actions and where do these economic conditions stem from?
  • What economic institutions restrict non-legal actions and what is the optimum structure of these institutions?
  • Ownership in the Russian economy: challenges and specifics
  • Knowledge management and intellectual property rights

Moderators

Participants

  • Revold Entov
    Revold Entov

    Chief Research Fellow, Research Area “Macroeconomics and Finance,” Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy

  • Dmitry Dedov
    Dmitry Dedov

    Judge for the Russian Federation, European Court of Human Rights

  • Yuri Tikhomirov
    Yuri Tikhomirov

    Deputy Director, Center for Public Studies, Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law

Experts