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F.H. Reyes Villamizar

Bio: F.H. Reyes Villamizar is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Latin Americans & Corporate law. The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 1 publications receiving 10 citations.

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01 Jan 2011
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10 citations


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19 Aug 2013
TL;DR: In a post-Doha world, trade liberalization has been pursued as mentioned in this paper, with duty-free, quota-free market access, trade facilitation, and related initiatives.
Abstract: 1. Introduction - pursuing trade liberalization in a post-Doha world 2. The world trading system under GATT and the WTO, 1947-2012 3. The Doha Round failure and the demise of the 'single undertaking' 4. Assisting developing nations with duty-free, quota-free market access, trade facilitation, and related initiatives 5. Preserving the environment: fisheries subsidies and trade in environmental goods 6. New and expanded plurilateral agreements (part I) 7. New and expanded plurilateral agreements (part II) - an international services agreement 8. Continued proliferation of regional trade agreements 9. Widening and deepening (or disregarding) existing RTAs 10. Concluding new and pending RTAs (part I) 11. Concluding new and pending RTAs (part II): trans-pacific partnership 12. Unilateral approaches to trade and market liberalization 13. Conclusions and the crystal ball.

21 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors evaluate the primary legal and financial mechanisms that help support the development of a venture capital market and argue that emulating the organizational and contractual pattern of the US Venture capital market could enhance the development in the European Venture Capital market.
Abstract: This paper evaluates the primary legal and financial mechanisms that help support the development of a venture capital market. Specifically, we argue that emulating the organizational and contractual pattern of the US venture capital market could enhance the development of the European venture capital market. We first show that the modernization of the 'venerable' limited partnership form, based on US experiences, offers substantial contracting benefits for investors and is crucial to the operation of a mature venture capital market. We then argue that the emergence of more efficient limited partnership structures may arise as a consequence of the competition between European states. We argue that the United Kingdom, which has recently embarked on general and limited partnership law reform, could, in light of the competitive lawmaking environment that the ECJ has opened up, be in the best position to enter the competition within the EU. It then explores the prominent features of the UK special Limited Partnership statute, which makes it possible for venture capitalists to organize their contractual relations that are best suited to the characteristics of the venture capital market. Finally, our analysis provides an understanding of the competitive forces that shape the ongoing reforms of limited partnership law and related business forms in Europe.

3 citations