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The Latin American and Iberian Law and Economics Association (ALACDE) is pleased to announce its 21st Annual Conference on Law and Economics to be held on July 10-11, 2017 in Lima, Peru.  

You are invited to participate in ALACDE 2017, a high-profile academic event in which the latest developments and ideas related to law and economics are presented in thematic and plenary sessions. The conference aims to become the scenario for new scholars to develop and present their research on such topics

Preregister by completing the form
Make the deposit into the university account: BCP: MN N° 193-0632385-0-26; CCI 002-193-000632385026-10
Send the voucher to the following email: callforpapers@alacde.org
Send the electronic ticket/invoice format that will be sent to your email once the payment has been made

* In case of cancellation or non-attendance, 25% of the payment will be retained for administrative expenses
* Payment deadline date: July 5
Registration Options You can choose between our 2 registration options
1Online payment Via Joinn US JoinnUS You can buy the tickets through the web platform Joinn Us, enter by clicking on the logo.
2Payment through our checking account.

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2. In order for Universidad del Pacifico can issue your proof of payment, please download one of the two formats according to the type of proof you need.

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Peru has a population of over 30 million, of whom almost 9 million live in the capital Lima. Languages.
The official language is Spanish. Nonetheless in the Andean and Amazonian areas Quechua, Aymara and other native languages are also spoken.
Political system
Peru is a democratic republic.
The currency in Peru is the Peruvian Sol (PEN); 1 USD = 3.25 PEN (April, 2016). We suggest that you only change money at the airport, hotels, banks and exchange agencies.
Credit Cards
All credit cards are used and accepted for withdrawing money and commercial transactions. Check with your bank if charges and commissions fees may apply.
Banking hours:
09:00 / 18:00 Monday to Friday
09:00 / 12:00 Saturdays

ATM tellers are available 24/7 at several locations in Lima.
Local weather
The temperature in Lima in April and May are decreasing in ranges from 25 °C to 20 °C (77°F to 68°F)
Local time
GMT – 5
The electricity supply in Peru is 220 Volts AC, 60 Hz. Most outlets are two-pin (European standard) but also accept the US type (with two flat parallel blades). Major hotels have 110 volt outlets for electric razors.
Drinking water
It is highly recommended to on drink bottled water.
Cabs services
Always take the taxis from the hotels. Taxis do not have a meter. You must ask for the price of the ride before boarding the vehicle.

Available at the airport:
CMV Servicio Ejecutivo S.A.
Phone: (51-1) 219-0266 / (51-1) 219-0277

Mitsoo S.A.
Phone: (51-1) 261-7788
During your check-in procedure at your hotel, please do not forget to present your passport and your Andean Migration Card (which is a white card that you will receive at your arrival to Peru). The presentation of these 2 documents is very important in order to exonerate you of the 18% sales tax charged by all hotels.

In case you do not present these documents, the hotels will charge the additional amount (18%) directly in your invoice at check-out time.

Hosting Information

Contact: Verónica Cayao
Position: Corporate Account Executive
Phone: 9935-99080
E-mail: vcayao@costadelsolperu.com
Hotel: ATTON
Contact: Mylene D'angelo
Position: Corporate Sales Executive
Phone: (511) 208-1222
E-mail: mdangelo@atton.pe
Contact: Macarena Rodríguez Leiton
Position: Head of Reception and Reservations
Phone: (51) (1) 222-1094
E-mail: reservas@suites-antique.com

Hotel: MELIÁ
Contact: Valeria Noriega
Position: Corporate Account Manager
Phone: (511) 411-9000 / 981-200-166
E-mail: valeria.noriega@melia.com
Contact: Elsa Aguirre
Position: Corporate Sales Executive
Phone: (511) 712-7000 ex: 5644
E-mail: eaguirre@libertador.com.pe
Contact: Pamela Espinoza Aliaga
Position: Sales Executive
Phone: (511) 215-7000 / 995-110-003
E-mail: pespinoza@losdelfineshotel.com.pe
Shopping hours are open everyday, Sunday to Saturday from 11:00 to 22:00 hours.
Shops and markets in Lima offer a selection of most of Peru’s fine handicrafts, such as hand textiles, alpaca and llama rugs, sweaters and shawls, pottery, straw and basketwork and elegant woodwork. The quality of the gold and silver jewelry is excellent.
Peruvian cuisine is delicious and diverse with jungle fruits, succulent fish and seafood, hot peppery sauces.
There are traditional restaurants specializing in the famous “cebiche” -fresh fish marinated in lime juice-, or “anticuchos”, shish-kebabs of spicy marinated meat cooked over charcoal, or Chifa restaurants which provide Peru’s exotic alternative to Chinese cuisine. Peruvian beer is excellent and the wine very good, but the national drink, of course, is the “Pisco Sour”, made from grape brandy with lime juice and our secret formula.
Also try the delicious, non-alcoholic “Chicha Morada” made from local purple corn.

Our recommendation:

IK Restaurante
Address: Calle Elias Aguirre 179, Miraflores, Lima.
Phone: (511) 652–1692
La Tiendecita Blanca
Address: Av. José Larco 111, Miraflores, Lima.
Phone: (511) 445–9797
La Mar
Sea food
Address: Av. La Mar 770, Lima, Miraflores, Lima.
Phone: (511) 421–3365
Address: Av. 28 de Julio 888, Miraflores, Lima.
Phone: (511) 447-8377

In restaurants, a 18% VAT and a 10% service charge are included, but you should give to the waiter an extra 5% or 10% for a tip. Bell captain services are normally tipped with a few soles or dollars. Taxi drivers do not expect a tip.