Financial Law and Financial Labor Market in Digital Economy
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The processes of globalization and digitalization of the economy and society affect the change in production and financial relations and significantly transform it. Any transformations that occur in the economy have positive and negative consequences, which requires in-depth study and development of measures aimed at preventing the appearance of signs of negative forecasts and accelerating positive changes. The chapter reveals the features of transformation of financial law institutions and the financial system as a whole in the conditions of digitalization of the economy, examines the dynamics of development of the most important financial law institutions in the conditions of the digital economy formation and the personnel formation. The authors substantiate the need for special control by the state when introducing new digital innovations in the sphere of financial activities of the state and society. The authors pay special attention to the most important trends in the development of financial law in the aspects of legal regulation, legal doctrine and legal practice related to digital financial technologies.
KeywordsCrisis Digital economy International system World politics
Prepared within the framework of RFBR grant No. 18-29-16102 “Transformation of legal personality of participants in tax, budget and public banking relations in the context of digital economy development”.
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