Editor: Sairam Bhat
Price: INR 1295/-
Publisher: Eastern Law House
The liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG) Policy was considered the window of great opportunity for India to formally enter into international market as a potential contender. The years 1991 dawned with an economic crisis in the country; it was by virtue of this divergent LPG policy aimed at opening new avenues for the economy to grow.
The book analyses the trends and policy dimensions of privatization and focuses on the growth and impact of global policy on the Indian legal system. It traces the era before introduction of this policy and then charts the journey of international and comparative perspective including environmental protection, dispute settlement in trade laws and the objectives of passing competition law in India. It also puts forward the discussion on business and human rights, ADR mechanism and most importantly, the changing role of the government in response to economic liberalization. A few deliberations have been put together on the issues of labour organizations, agricultural, pharmaceutical laws, interconnected with Intellectual Property Rights. Covering almost all the main areas of probable changes, the book justifies it genesis as changing the legal paradigm of post-liberalization and globalization.