The modernization of the legal systems of the post-Soviet states is a paramount objective of the EU. Nevertheless, the transfer and the integration of norms of the
acquis communautaire into the local legal systems have progressed at a different pace and within different scopes. This volume compares the legal systems of Russia and the 6 countries participating in the Eastern Partnership Program and assesses the status quo with special emphasis on business law.
Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2012. 299 pp., 2 tables, 1 graph
Contents: Mikhail Krasnov: The Legal System of the Russian Federation – Mikhail Pastukhov: The legal system of the Republic
of Belarus – Ilgar Mehti: Review of the legal and economic system of the Republic of Azerbaijan – Arthur Poghosyan: General
Features of legal and economic systems of the Republic of Armenia – Yuriy L. Boshytsky: A brief analysis of the administrative,
economic and judicial system of modern Ukraine – Alexandru Burian: The Republic of Moldova – Tinatin Khidasheli: The Georgian
Legal System – Hans-Georg Heinrich/Ludmilla Lobova: Summary.