KERJA SAMA NUNI DALAM PERKULIAHAN PERSAINGAN USAHA

NUNI adalah suatu skema kerja sama antar-perguruan tinggi yang digagas bersama-sama oleh 21 universitas se Indonesia, yang sementara ini terdiri dari delapan perguruan tinggi negeri dan 13 perguruan tinggi swasta. NUNI adalah singkatan dari Nationwide University Network in Indonesia (NUNI), bertujuan untuk menjalin kolaborasi untuk memperkuat mobilitas, kualitas, dan kesinambungan pendidikan tinggi di Indonesia, terutama dengan cara memanfaatkan sumber daya dan kompetensi yang tersedia di setiap perguruan tinggi dalam menciptakan dan menyebarkan pengetahuan. Melalui kolaborasi ini diharapkan masing-masing perguruan tinggi dapat berbagi pengalaman dan membangun kelebihan masing-masing, dan menjalin kerja sama,  tidak hanya secara bilateral tapi juga dengan sesama anggota NUNI.

Terkait dengan skema kerja sama ini, Program Studi Hukum Bisnis (Business Law) Universitas Bina Nusantara (BINUS) dan Fakultas Hukum Unika Atma Jaya Jakarta melakukan pertukaran dosen. Dari FH Unika Atma Jaya hadir sebagai pengajar Dr. Sih Yuliana Wahyuningtyas, memberikan kuliah kepada mahasiswa BINUS untuk topik pasar yang bersangkutan (relevant market) dan hukum pembuktian dalam persaingan usaha.  Sementara itu, dari BINUS tampil Dr. Bambang Pratama memberikan kuliah seputar hukum siber kepada para mahasiswa Fakultas Hukum Unika Atma Jaya Jakarta. Kegiatan ini sendiri berlangsung pada pertengahan Mei 2018.  Kedua dosen tersebut juga merupakan anggota dari Forum Dosen Persaingan Usaha (FDPU).  Baik NUNI maupun FDPU, sementara ini bersekretariat di Kampus Universitas Bina Nusantara. (***)

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE LoF2oL

The international conference supported by the FDPU is coming…

Business Law Department of Jakarta-based BINUS University invites you to join the International Conference on September 5-6, 2018. Business competition law is one of many interesting topics can be explored in this conference.  Secure your slot in this conference!

In Collaboration with ICEED 2018, all manuscripts that are accepted and presented in the LOF2OL 2018 will be published in the IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, which is indexed in SCOPUS and Web of Science/ISI Thomson Reuters/Clarivate Analytics. Selected papers would be considered to be published in our affiliated SCOPUS Journals with  additional cost as requested by respective journal.

Further information, please visit:

http://www.business-law.binus.ac.id/lof2ol/

 

Seminar Nasional FDPU: Yogyakarta, 27 Juli 2017

Pada tanggal 27 Juli 2017 (pukul 08:30-13:00 wib), FDPU bekerja sama dengan KPPU dan Fakultas Hukum Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII) Yogyakarta akan menggelar seminar nasional tentang DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION: Kajian Ekonomi dan Hukum. Seminar ini merupakan kegiatan pertama FDPU sejak dideklarasikan tanggal 5 April 2017.

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Kuliah Umum Prof. Stefan Koos


On March 5, 2017, the visiting professor of BINUS Business Law Department Prof. Dr. iur. Stefan Koos delivered his paper on “ethic in civil business law” in front of participants in the seminar of business competition law organized by BINUS Business Law Department and the Commission for the Supervision of Business Competition (KPPU). The seminar was located at the auditorium of the Alam Sutera Campus of BINUS University.

Stefan, the professor of Munich-based Bundeswehr University, started his presentation by asking what ethic means. Then he talked about the integration of ethic in a Roman civil law system and revealed some examples of ethic-discussions in the German competition law. To underline the relationship between ethic and business practices, Stefan explained the ethical problems in anti-discrimination law and labour law.

According to Stefan, legal compliance and ethical behavior is not identical. General rules cannot always meet full ethical requirements. If a law is generally unethical, it is unconstitutional. If it is not generally unethical, then an ethical rule must be integrated as corrective in the legal application of the law (undeterminated legal notion; self imposed codes of conduct). Ethical behavior of companies must be compatible with competition patterns. Without effective flanking legislative measurements to support the competitive position of the legally compliant companies, there will be not ethical business surrounding.

After lunch on the same day, Stefan also gave another lecture for students who joined the committee of the seminar. He presented his lecture on the topic of trade conflicts between economic blocs in the light of WTO law. Stefan identified several problems related to the trade conflicts experienced by some countries in the European Union and explained how they could be resolved. (***)

Source: business-law.binus.ac.id