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The Aims of Tort Law
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Helmut Koziol (ed)
Publikationsdatum: 23.01.2017
Buchumfang: XI, 230 Seiten
Einband: Festeinband
Format: 15 x 23
ISBN: 978-3-7097-0127-0
Eine Auseinandersetzung mit den fundamentalen Unterschieden und Gemeinsamkeiten verschiedener Rechtssysteme – des Chinesischen, Kontinentaleuropäischen und des Common Law.
 
Aus dem Inhalt – Autorinnen und Autoren:
 
Introductory Remarks (Helmut KOZIOL)
The Compensatory Function of Tort Liability Law
(LIU Jinrui/CUI Jianyuan)
The Concept of » Compensation « in European Tort Law
(Alessandro P SCARSO)
The Main Function of Tort Liability Law of the People’s Republic of China: To Prevent, to Deter and to Punish Tortious Conduct (GUO Mingrui/BI Xiaoxiao)
Prevention, Deterrence, Punishment (Ernst KARNER)
An Economic Analysis of Tort Law’s Aims and Functions (WANG Cheng)
Economic Optimization of Tort Law (Michael FAURE)
A Significant Aim of the Tort Liability Law of the People’s Republic of China: To Promote Social Harmony and Stability (ZHANG Pinghua/BI Xiaoxiao)
Promoting Social Harmony and Stability as an Aim of Tort Law (Ken OLIPHANT)
Harmony but not Uniformity: Comparative Analysis of the Functions of Tort Law and Other Relevant Laws (CAO Xianfeng)
Aims of Neighbouring Areas to Tort Law (Monika HINTEREGGER)
Conclusion (Helmut KOZIOL)
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