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становление Частного права


Author(s): Boris Nadykto,Tatiana Glushkova,Irena Wiszniowska-Rauer / Language(s): English / Publication Year: 2016 The book is devoted to the study of private law and its key aspects: its nature, content and place in the system of law, its relationship with civil society, its role in market economy and the society in general. These and other issues are examined through a context of fundamental importance of classical and non-classical law schools, antinomies of law vs. morality, social justice, law and economics, postmodern theories etc.The role of constitutionalism, institutional development, More... Edisi E-Aplikasi Surat Pernyataan Ketersediaan Perguruan Tinggi Jalur Mandiri Tahun 2019 Author(s): Ferdi Arisandi,Tanggan Purnama / Language(s): Indonesian / Publication Year: 2019 The purpose of this report is to document the development process of the online application for the Declaration of the Availability of Independent Track Higher Education of PBNU in 2019. It supports the organization's policies in the quality and number of members needed on the basis of the availability of scientific competence, professionalism, and accountability. Organizations are motivated to implement accountability in their activities to realize efficient, effective and transparent governance, thus promoting public trust. More... Ekonomska upravljačka rješenja - Nova likvidnost Europske središnje banke Author(s): Tea Jarc / Language(s): Croatian / Publication Year: 2014 The thesis is divided into two main parts. The first part of the thesis analyses the traditional tools applied by central banks - conventional and unconventional. It focuses on the monetary policy and liquidity traps as markets and economies have been inundated with liquidity without stimulating demand. The second part of the thesis is a brief analysis of the different monetary issues that appear continuously in public debate. We have focused on those that are most closely related to the mandate of the European Central Bank (ECB) and the solutions that should stimulate the euro area economy. The Maastricht Treaty—the foundation of the ECB and the single currency—emphasized that monetary stability is a precondition for durable economic growth. Therefore, it is necessary to rethink the ECB's monetary policy and the scope of its powers. The reason is that the ECB uses instruments of traditional monetary intervention policy, such as buying government bonds, providing euros to banks, lowering the interest rates (which are erroneously blamed for being too high), but does not know how to kick-start the banking system, increase deposit and lending, or enhance liquidity. Paradoxically, by providing liquidity to commercial banks at low prices, they usually sit in their treasuries, and do not go into credit, or invest in manufacturing and economy in general. The same goes for governments, which do not reduce taxes or increase public investment, but preferably balance the budget or invent new, useless projects. I also believe that we have been witnessed certain monetary wiles of the ECB in th