Japanese Law: Readings in the Political Economy of Japanese Law

Japanese Law: Readings in the Political Economy of Japanese Law

by J. Mark Ramseyer
     
 

ISBN-10: 0754620832

ISBN-13: 9780754620839

Pub. Date: 10/01/2001

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Limited

This second series follows the successful pattern established in the first of reproducing entire essays with the original page numbers as an aid to comprehensive research and accurate referencing. Volume editors have selected not only the most influential essays but those which they consider will be of the greatest continuing importance. Each volume is edited by an…  See more details below

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This second series follows the successful pattern established in the first of reproducing entire essays with the original page numbers as an aid to comprehensive research and accurate referencing. Volume editors have selected not only the most influential essays but those which they consider will be of the greatest continuing importance. Each volume is edited by an expert in the area, who makes the selection on the basis of quality, influence and significance of the essays, and features an introduction which explains the context of the essays chosen.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780754620839
Publisher:
Ashgate Publishing, Limited
Publication date:
10/01/2001
Series:
The International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory Series
Pages:
528
Product dimensions:
6.85(w) x 9.80(h) x 1.77(d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Series Preface
Introduction
1Privatizing Regulation: The Implementation of the Large-Scale Retail Stores Law
2The Man Who Would Import: A Cautionary Tale about Bucking the System in Japan
3Evaluating Administrative Guidance and Cartels in Japan (1957-1988)
4Policies for Small Business in Japan
5The Appearance of Power: Legislators, Bureaucrats, and the Budget Process in the United States and Japan
6As a Matter of Factions: The Budgetary Implications of Shifting Factional Control in Japan's LDP
7The Puzzling (In)dependence of Courts: A Comparative Approach
8Administrative Control of Japanese Judges
9Judicial Independence in Japan Revisited
10Judicial Independence in a Civil Law Regime: The Evidence from Japan
11Why the Japanese Taxpayer Always Loses
12Japanese Administrative Law: Introduction
13Rethinking Administrative Guidance
14Manufacturer-Supplier Relationships in Japan and the Concept of Relation-Specific Skill
15Legal Rules and Social Norms in Japan's Secret World of Sumo
16Top Executive Rewards and Firm Performance: A Comparison of Japan and the United States
17The Market of Innovation in the United States and Japan: Venture Capital and the Comparative Corporate Governance Debate
18The Development of Japanese Legal Studies in American Law Schools
Name Index

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