Anupam Chander's "The Electronic Silk Road: How the Web Binds the World"(Yale 2013)
Anupam Chander, Director of the California International Law Center and professor of law at the University of California, Davis
A progressive's, and web-centric, view of global commerce, I added this talk, as well as references to Chander's book of this same title, to some of the -
WUaS Law School (planned online for many of all 242+ countries), Economics, Law and Internet Studies' subject pages -
WUaS Law School -
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UC Davis, where Anupam Chander is a professor, now uses Google products for its online academic and student services, including a SECURE REGISTRAR (e.g. for transcripts and grades, - and inter-lingually, too), something WUaS has long focused on.
and Google is increasingly looking overseas for revenue possibilities, according to Chander (and WUaS has a fundraising business model from governments and industry, particularly) ...
Could WUaS collaborate with Google information technologically, (since they already work with academia, and their information technologies work so well, and both of our global foci overlap in so many ways), in addition to Wikidata, with its extensible, interlingual database designed for Wikipedia's 285 languages?
Professor Chander, who went to Harvard College and Yale Law School, concludes with an observation / vision about the harmonizing of law, - and worldwide - in the context of global commerce, and WUaS, again, is planning an online Law School in every country.