Common law vs Civil law : Economy
Since the connection between law and finance was introduced, there has been an emergence of literature claiming that a nexus between a country’s legal origin and economic growth exist. One of the well known theories that have been referred to by many researchers is the law and finance theory. This theory argues that the legal system is important in the way it is promoting or preventing financial
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