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Studying Public Business Law helps to understand the legal framework set by public authorities to economic activities. Business law is enriched by public law. Public law principles, particularly constitutional principles, are foundational to understanding any economic activity and provide the ground on which businesses may thrive.
This book, conceived as an introduction to French law and European law and as an introduction to legal reasoning, regroups lectures given since 2015 at the Paris Sorbonne University in Abu Dhabi for the students of the Master of Private Law and of the Master of Public Law.
The author, Thomas Pez, is master of petitions at the Conseil d’Etat (the French administrative supreme court) and professor of law at Paris-Dauphine University (PSL Research University). He is a specialist of Regulation and Public Contracts Law.