StatusThe thesis was presented on the 2 July, 2010
Approved by NCAA on the 6 October, 2010
Abstract– 0.27 Mb / in romanian
From the structural point of view, the paper is composed of introduction, three chapters, conclusions, bibliography with 331 references and 7 annexes with tables, consisting of 153 pages. The obtained results were published in 8 scientific works.
The object of study of the present thesis tackles the practical implementation of the existent expertise about the operations of multinational companies, the compilation and harmonization of this knowledge, as well as the elaboration of a comprehensive study which would reflect the most important areas of research in this regard. The present thesis discusses in a novatory way the topic of multinational companies, by analyzing the ways of constitution, the legal forms, operations, relations with the states in which they are placed, as well as their codes of conduct. Special attention is paid to the supra-national commercial forms existent in the European Union, as well as to the effects of regulating multinational companies for the Republic of Moldova.
The scientific novelty and originality of the thesis consists in formulating recommendations and proposals of theoretical and practical character, and putting forward proposals of lege ferenda, that would logically result from the investigations carried out, which would contribute to the improvement of the legislation in place and would allign it to the international provisions existent in the field.
The theoretical importance and the applicative value of the work. The main ideas of the
paper can be qualified as very important for the doctrine of international trade law, since they reflect
a synthesis of the basic concepts referring to multinational companies. At the same time, the paper
can serve as a guideline or baseline for the students of the higher education institutions and
advanced researchers, as well as for the members of the academia specialized in the fields of
international trade law, international private law and international economic relations.