The author of the article analyses significance and problems of use of comparative-law method in contemporary financial law.
The book "Diffusion and development of the system of the Roman law and law of China" presents the articles of the participants of the International scientific conference "The meeting of two cultures, two empires. The system of Roman law and Chinese law "(28 October - 2 November 2013), held by the North-West University of Political Science and Law (Xi'an, China). The focus of the authors - the value of Roman law for legal education in China and the development of Chinese law and legislation.
The conference was co-organised by the Center, the Department of Financial Law, Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Gdańsk, and the Department of Financial Law and Economics, Faculty of Law, Masaryk University in Brno. The cooperation of both departments has been ongoing for several years. On 24 November 2015, they signed a cooperation agreement. The Law faculties of both universities signed a similar agreement of broader scope as well. Since then, their cooperation has intensified and gradually evolved.
The article examines the legal status of the main participants of currency relations: residents and nonresidents, on whom the state currency regulation and control is directed; the article raises an important issue of sings identification and determination of concept currency legal relations in terms of financial and legal science, as well as identifies the legal regimes of currency operations performed by residents and non-residents. The article raises the problematic issue of enforcement in relation to accountability for delays in the repatriation of currency earnings, and gives practical recommendations for balancing the risks involved.
The author considers the process of incorporation of regions and formation of political entity in the state budget of the Russian Empire in the late 19th century.
This is the proceedings of the conference dedicated to the theoretical and practical aspects of the financial control in the area of public and private finance.
Its target audience is researchers, faculty members of the universities, post-graduate, master and bachelor students.