The mediator - not what you think (for economic policy lessons)
In this paper, the authors attempt to illustrate the risk of incorrect use of terminology in the classification of a commercial practice in the light of the application of economic policy instruments. The focus of the study - the term "intermediary", associated with a fairly narrow functionality respective companies and even the negative socio-economic effects. The paper analyzes the range of issues that are in the organization's area of ??responsibility - a system integrator of complex capital-intensive project. The study shows how the qualification of a commercial practice is not based on the economic analysis of economic activity, but relies on the terminology associated with negative socio-economic effects, is fraught with the risk of erroneous legal conclusions.
Volume (Year): 1 (2016)
Issue (Month): (February)
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