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Conflict Between “Institutional Ownership” and “Inventor Ownership” Systems in Publicly Funded Research

Maryam Farzi

Volume 21, Issue 65 , September 2020, Pages 9-42


  Governments sometimes attempt directly to research and sometimes sponsor them based on their interests and reasons. The legal system governing the funded researches’ results and findings is one of the most important and effective factors in exploiting intellectual properties.  Some States ...  Read More

Government Downsizing: Effective Strategy for Legal-Administrative De localisation of Tehran

vali rostami; mohammad zereshgi

Volume 21, Issue 65 , September 2020, Pages 43-74


  Downsizing of governments is one of the basic solutions for obtaining the goal of delocalization of Tehran. A strategy, however confirmed in Iranian positive laws, is obstructed with legal-political, administrative structure, limited interpretations about qualifications of local-administrative units ...  Read More

The Standards for Proving Damages and Its Amount: A Comparative Study under Transnational Instruments and International Arbitration Awards

ebrahim shoarian; sara sahebjam

Volume 21, Issue 65 , September 2020, Pages 75-113


  Defining the applicable standards for proving and measurement of damages constitute one of the most significant issues under the law of damages. In principle, an aggrieved party, who claims compensation for damages based on contractual liability is responsible for showing the existence and the amount ...  Read More

An Assessment of Oil Legislation Sources Adequacy in National Oil and Gas Industry Equipment Development in Upstream Sector

Abbas Kazemi Najaf Abadi; Alireza Ghafari

Volume 21, Issue 65 , September 2020, Pages 115-136


  The country’'s oil industry, despite having over a hundred years of experience in oil production and trade, is still unable to carry out activities in an endogenous manner and to exploit local potentials in all operational and executional sectors. One of the most important sectors of the country’'s ...  Read More

The Carrier’s Duty of Customs Summary Declaration

mojtaba Eshraghi Arani

Volume 21, Issue 65 , September 2020, Pages 137-169


  The goods shall be subject to customs formalities while crossing national borders in international transportation. The main duty to meet the above formalities lies against the cargo owner which, in deed, is assignable to an agent _ who might be the carrier. However, the carrier itself is obliged to submit ...  Read More

A Comparative Study of the 2030 Agenda Approach and the Transformation Document in Iran’s Education toward Gender Educational Equality

Anvar Yadollahi; Mohammad Hossein zarei; Asadollah Yavari

Volume 21, Issue 65 , September 2020, Pages 171-198


  In the last century, one of the most important issues raised in education is the spread of educational justice. With the expansion of the women's role in social activities, sex and gender have changed into the most challenging field of the educational justice. In Iranian legal system, the Document on ...  Read More

The role and position of the mayor in good urban governance (Case study in Tehran)

Mehdi Shabannia Mansour; peiman mohammadi almani

Volume 21, Issue 65 , September 2020, Pages 199-235


  Good urban governance is aimed at improving the quality of life of citizens, identified by nine principles of the United Nations as its criteria. The purpose of this research is to analyze and investigate the role and position of the mayor in the formation of good urban governance in Tehran. The research ...  Read More

A review of international oil and gas pipeline agreements and its implication in the Iranian legal system

Mehdi Piri; Mohamad Tabatabae nejad; hamidreza abasi

Volume 21, Issue 65 , September 2020, Pages 237-262


  Pipelines are one of the most commonly used means for onshore transportation of oil and gas. In general, there are two different approaches which can be used to form the legal framework for the construction and operation of international pipelines: the interconnector and the unified models. These two ...  Read More