This book presents student-oriented materials focused on critical legal aspects of international business transactions. The materials navigate the breadth and complexity of the subject by focusing on selected topic areas that introduce students to the ways in which the international context shapes basic business transactions, using trade in goods and services as the primary illustration. Both the private side of such transactions and the roles of domestic governments and intentional organizations are examined. With the untrained student lawyer in mind, the choice of materials, legal issues, and problems reflects an emphasis on, and provides opportunities for, skills development and practical lawyering. The second edition of International Business Transactions is designed to encourage students to take a more active role in their learning by focusing on problem solving, while also providing extensive explanatory material.
International Business Transactions is offered in both print and electronic formats. The digital format is specially designed for online use, accessing extensive web-based resources that students are accustomed to using, including multi-media content.
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