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  • Do Consumers in Developing Countries Gain or Lose from Globalization?

    .... Globalization, Information, and Advertising . In traditional neoclassical theory, there can ...When actual behaviour was measured, the data did not show the expected ... we need to know, if we are to assess the impact of foodstuffs on the nutritional achievements of ...

  • EU Retail News - March 2017

    From April 2017, the following legal changes are coming into effect. Make sure your business is prepared! Part of this publication originally published by Drapers - March, 2017

    ... — Can You Be Liable for Cartel Behaviour for Using Pricing Software and Algorithms?. Is ... about the sale, meet standards for advertising the business and provide to creditors more ... reactive initiatives to have an immediate impact as lenders and vendors will begin expecting ... and their effect on competition and consumer choice." In particular, the GCA was concerned ...

  • The European Union Directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment: a study in Trans-Atlantic Zealotry.

    ...Definition of WEEE; Impact on Product Design 2. Definition of "Producer" 3. ... in the way producers, distributors, and consumers create, handle, and dispose of electronic waste. ...* Standard letter . * Press advertising with order form . * Catalogue . * Telephone with ..., production, consumption and behaviour and advocates, inter alia, the reduction of ...

  • El merchandising en el establecimiento virtual: una aproximación al diseño y la usabilidad.

    ... virtual es probable que reduzca el impacto de la marca. Estos autores indicaban que la ... Orientations, Demographics on the Consumer's Online Buying Behavior". Journal of Computer ... great importance in the consumer online behaviour since they are reference points with a great ... Atmosphere Techniques of animation, advertising in the store Management Selection and analysis ...

  • Five things we still don’t know about the e-Privacy regulation (which are getting very annoying!)

    With all the focus on Brexit and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), there has not been much published about the draft e-Privacy regulation recently. Readers will remember that there had been plans to implement this companion legislation (which covers specific issues regarding cookies and direct marketing among other things), at the same time as...

    ... the focus on Brexit and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), there has not been much ... to cover targeted pop-up or banner advertising (directed at an individual rather than generic), ... consultation with supervisory authorities, impact assessments and, most significantly, a ... of end-users or to monitor their behaviour. In my view, the draft needs careful review to ...

  • Competition after unbundling: entry, industry structure, and convergence.

    ... mean that competition is absent or that consumers do not reap substantial benefits from a more ... are unaware that their actions have an impact on market entry and industry structure. (29) At ...614 (1990); IONNIS N. Kessides, Advertising, Sunk Costs, and Barriers to Entry, 68 REV. OF ... & Anming Zhang, Dynamic Oligopoly Behaviour in the Airline Industry, 11 INT'L J. INDUS. ORG. ...

  • E-Commerce in Europe: A Look at the Ongoing Impact of the European Commission’s 2017 E-Commerce Sector Inquiry

    For twenty years or more, the European Commission (EC) has taken little or no formal enforcement action against anticompetitive distribution practices. However, the recent fines on Nike, Guess and others mark a dramatic change of policy. In the latter half of 2018, the EC imposed fines totalling over €150 million in relation to online distribution...

    ... an important mechanism for allowing consumers in one Member State to approach suppliers in ... of concern: cross-border sales and advertising restrictions (so-called geo-blocking); ...And in the Stihl case, the behaviour condemned by the French authority had been ...

  • The Moebius Strip: private right and public use in copyright law.

    ..., in part, because of concerns about the impact of amendments to the Copyright Act necessitated ...In particular, technologies that allow consumers, not just competitors, to reproduce and ... against engaging in the proscribed behaviour."). . (118) Thomas, supra note 62, at 711-12. . ... South Wales legislative ban on lawyer advertising of personal injury services). See generally Megan ...

  • Chapter IV. Treaties concerning international law concluded under the auspices of the United Nations and related intergovernmental organizations

    A. Treaties concerning international law concluded under the auspices of the United Nations 1. Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety to the Convention on Biological Diversity. Done at Montreal on 29 January 2000 203 2. Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict. Done at New York on 25 May 2000 223 3. Optional Protocol to the...

    ... limit their contact with, and their impact on, the external environment;. (c) “Export” ..., intentional possession and advertising of child pornography, and stressing the ..., irresponsible adult sexual behaviour, harmful traditional practices, armed conflicts ... public awareness are needed to reduce consumer demand for the sale of children, child ...

  • Federal fairness to state taxpayers: irrationality, unfunded mandates, and the 'salt' deduction.

    By sheer dollars alone, the largest impact of the Alternative Minimum Tax is to deny many ... of these lessons can be generalized to consumer choices more generally. In addition, I track the ...177, 180 (2000), which argues that advertising and easy credit "inhibit the self-corrective ..., Morality and the theory of rationol behaviour, in UTILITARIANISM AND BEYOND 39, 55-56 (Amartya ...

  • The Economics of Film: Changing Dynamics and the COVID-19 World

    In March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the feature film industry at every level, bringing content production to a standstill and cancelling cinema premieres. Worldwide, cinemas were shuttered and in turn, film goers forced to stay at home, eyeing old and new televisual content to fill the entertainment void. Please see full Publication below for more information.

  • Airline Finance News - Europe.

    ... failures, could have an adverse long-term impact on independent airlines, Andrew Parker, a senior ... during the recession, which has weakened consumer demand. "At the current pace, it will likely take ... weak demand and the "altered travel behaviour of the passengers." It added: "Business ... expected to bring further savings on advertising, structure and handling. Vueling said its cash ...

  • The Starting Point for a Big Data Project: The Privacy Impact Assessment

    The era of big data is here. Although we are yet to see its full potential, the use of big data analytics is already proving invaluable to businesses and its applications have been found in numerous and diverse sectors. Please see full Publication below for more information.

  • Antitrust in focus

    This newsletter is our take on the antitrust developments we think are most interesting to your business. Peter McDonald, partner based in Sydney, is our editor this month.

    ... . . . . Consumer & Retail . . . . UK imposes record ... the propriety of the judgment and its impact on the public interest”. . .   . . ... networks to other markets (online advertising etc). The upshot is that, pending the Regional ... involved in the anti-competitive behaviour are assigned to other positions for a period of ...

  • What’s Driving the US Antitrust Agencies?

    As antitrust veterans know, no matter how much a new administration may want to change how antitrust is enforced, the bulk of the agencies’ enforcement agenda remains relatively constant from one administration to the next. Overheated rhetoric notwithstanding, most enforcement decisions are driven by the application of widely shared principles to the facts, with the result that the cases that get

  • The Challenge of the Internet for EU and US Retail Distribution Strategies

    The increasing importance of the internet has caused EU and US antitrust regulators to look closely at a range of trading policies including restrictions on internet sales, geo-blocking, use of on line platforms, MFN clauses and other pricing issues. Please see full Presentation below for more information.

  • Fashion Law - Autumn/Winter 2016

    The business of fashion is exciting, fast paced and driven by passionate and creative people. But it is important to remember that it is just that – a business. While creativity and passion are integral to success in the fashion industry, they won’t get you there alone. Being surrounded by people who can assist in the more mundane aspects of business – corporate structure, employment law, as well

  • The Download - February 2012

    ... DAA Launches a Consumer Education Campaign. . In January 2012, the gital Advertising Alliance ("DAA") launched an education campaign ... payment technologies and their consumer impact. The agency is accepting public comments in ... subjects, or "the monitoring of their behaviour." (Art. 3.). In addition, the Regulation would ...

  • Hogan Lovells academic all-stars debate hot tech topics

    On 17 March Hogan Lovells hosted a live webinar where several of our Global TMT thought leaders interviewed a panel of academic experts from our Law and Technology Academic Advisory Council on the key legal and tech trends for 2017, including regulation of artificial intelligence, competition law and big data, global privacy and copyright trends, and the future of broadband privacy regulation.

    ... in order to gain insight on and predict consumer behaviour. Trey Hanbury, a partner in our ... session by noting Brexit and how it might impact UK privacy rules. If you would like to listen to ..., cybersecurity, ad tech, native advertising and other cutting edge tech issues.  She was ...

  • The empowerment model: a critical reflection of empowerment in Chinese culture.

    ... professionals (Fisher, 1994) and consumers (Frese & Davis, 1997) also emphasize the ...Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 25, 115-138. . Hong, Y. Y., Morris, M. W., Chiu, ...(1993). Psychological impact of biculturalism: Evidence and theory. ...104-134). Hong Kong: Authentic Advertising and Printing Company. . Lord, J., & Dufort, F. ...

  • World on Fire: How Exporting Free Market Democracy Breeds Ethnic Hatred and Global Instability.

    ... how this crucial factor has a critical impact on the development process. In Southeast Asia, ...-between" positions between producer and consumer, owner and renter, elite and masses, employer and ... inculcate certain values and norms of behaviour by repetition, which automatically implies ..., often through "an extensive 'advertising' campaign." (202) "Governments trade on standing ...

  • Global Payments Newsletter, June 2020

    Key developments of interest over the last month include: Brazil: The Central Bank of Brazil has confirmed that open banking regulations will begin to be implemented from November 2020. The implementation will consist of four phases, to end in October 2021...

    ... from a variety of stakeholders on consumer safety, freedom of expression, fairness and ... changes were made to take account of the impact of COVID-19. For example: . . The nine banks ... on the ability to provide targeted advertising instead. AI is used to operate targeted ... may be able to influence purchasing behaviour as more data is collected. . The study also sets ...

  • "Applauding the Good and Condemning the Bad": The Christian Herald and Varieties of Protestant Response to Hollywood in the 1950s.

    ... sought to create more discriminating consumers in this area of entertainment, therefore, it is ... and the Herald's policy of accepting advertising for Hollywood's films. Of course, both ...[36] To wit: scandalous behaviour would not be tolerated either on- or off-screen ..., that as entertainment the movies had no impact upon the morality of spectators. On the contrary, ...

  • Incrementalism: eroding the impediments to a global public procurement market.

    ..., the sheer size of the market and its impact upon both the public and private sectors. (6) The ... (whose funds are being spent) or as consumers (or recipients of government services), in the ... that government spending can influence behaviour and infuse growth in communities and economic ... is no need to consider the need for advertising as each call-off comes up."); cf FAR, 48 C.F.R. ...

  • Hogan Lovells academic all-stars debate hot tech topics

    On 17 March Hogan Lovells hosted a live webinar where several of our Global TMT thought leaders interviewed a panel of academic experts from our Law and Technology Academic Advisory Council on the key legal and tech trends for 2017, including regulation of artificial intelligence, competition law and big data, global privacy and copyright trends,...

    ... in order to gain insight on and predict consumer behaviour. Trey Hanbury, a partner in our ... session by noting Brexit and how it might impact UK privacy rules. If you would like to listen to ..., cybersecurity, ad tech, native advertising and other cutting edge tech issues.  She was ...