Legal Aspects in Economics and Business
Along with the progress of the times, especially the progress of science and technology, there are more and more specializations, an example that is easy to know is in the field of medicine. In the past, only surgeons were known, so now the surgery is divided. Likewise in other sciences, including law and economics.
However, along with the things above, there has actually been an increasingly interconnected and even interdependent science between one science and another. Law science can no longer run alone but must go hand in hand with other sciences such as sociology, anthropology, medicine, psychology, criminology, economics, and others.
Especially regarding the economy, at this time it can be said that there are no economic activities that are not related to the law. On the other hand, there are no more legal activities that do not have an economic perspective. Thus, understanding the two sciences as a whole has become a common need. In other words, someone who studies law should also study economics, and vice versa.
What matters are legal aspects in economics and business, among others:
- Definition of Law, Law, Economic Law
- Law of Property
- Guarantee Institutions in Indonesia
- Law of Obligations
- Business Contracts
- Business entity
- Mergers, Consolidations and Acquisitions
- Intellectual Property Rights
- Monopoly and Unfair Business Competition
- Consumer protection
- Agencies and Distributors
- Financing Institutions
- Capital market
- Mutual Funds
- International trade
- The linkage between Law and Economics and Business is getting tighter every day. Pay attention to the Economic and Business activities around you,