Conference invitation

The Department of Administrative and Financial Law of the Institute of Law Sciences of the University of Zielona Góra organizes the International Conference on Post-socialistic Foreign Exchange Law. Convergence and differentiation processes in Central and Eastern Europe. The Conference will take place on October 27-28, 2023 in Zielona Góra. The organizers cordially invite everyone to participate. The aim of the Conference is to diagnose the theoretical and practical aspects of law-making and application. Creating a platform for conducting scientific discourse should contribute to the determination of doctrinal problems and practical barriers in the correct shaping of the content of legal provisions, as well as their interpretation and application. The scientific aftermath of the Conference will be, among others: the possibility of publishing the results of scientific research in a scored scientific periodical. The condition for including the study in the Legal and Administrative Discourse (100 points) is obtaining positive publishing reviews. Detailed conference information is available on the website .

The political and economic transformation of socialist countries in the 1990s changed the perception of the functions and instruments of foreign exchange law. The role of foreign exchange control has increased, while the importance of foreign exchange rationing has decreased. In some Central and Eastern European countries, there was also a formal decomposition of the foreign exchange law. Undoubtedly, a significant challenge faced not only by the Polish foreign exchange law is the euroization associated with membership in the Economic and Monetary Union, which is a kind of the core of the European Union. The foreign exchange law systems of Central and Eastern European countries are strongly influenced by EU law, which results in the unification or harmonization of legal regulations. Convergence processes are not limited only to EU Member States but also occur in countries aspiring to obtain such a status. Transformations of the foreign exchange law also take the form of differentiation of its content, which is enforced by national conditions. Foreign exchange laws are in fact interdisciplinary legal acts that contain regulations in the field of law, in particular: civil law, banking law, substantive administrative law, administrative procedural law, penal fiscal law, and public economic law. Foreign exchange issues are also present in EU, public and constitutional law. The organizers of the Conference indicate only as examples possible issues that may inspire participants to prepare and deliver papers:

- Model of socialist foreign exchange law,

- The market model of foreign exchange law,

- Functions of foreign exchange law,

- Directions of the evolution of foreign exchange law,

- Advantages and disadvantages of the formal decomposition of the foreign exchange law,

- Foreign exchange legislation,

- Economic, social, and political conditions of foreign exchange law,

- EU foreign exchange law,

- Impact of international public law on foreign exchange law,

- Euroization of the foreign exchange law,

- Vertical and horizontal Europeanization of foreign exchange law,

- Concepts shaping the scope of foreign exchange law,

- Foreign exchange subjectivity,

- Foreign exchange autonomy,

- Currency exchange activities,

- Foreign exchange and civil law transactions,

- Customary foreign exchange restrictions,

- Extraordinary foreign exchange restrictions,

 - Foreign exchange permits,

- Authorities competent in foreign exchange matters.

- Foreign exchange obligations,

- Border foreign exchange control,

- Bank exchange control,

- Customs and tax control in foreign exchange matters,

- The central bank of the state as a foreign exchange and control institution,

- Foreign exchange crimes and offences.