Encyclopedia of Law & Economics - 0350 Law & Economics in Japan

Hamada, Koichi (1980), 'The Law and Economics of Traffic Accidents in Japan', Japanese Economic Studies .

Hamada, Koichi (1995), 'Product Liability Rules: A Consideration of Law and Economics in Japan', 46(1) Japanese Economic Review .

Hamada, Koichi, Ishida, Hidetoh and Murakami, Masahiro (1986), 'The Evolution and Economic Consequences of Product Liability Rules in Japan', in Saxonhouse, Gary R. and Yamamura, Kozo (eds.), Law and Trade Issues of the Japanese Economy: Amer , Seattle, University of Washington Press, 83-106.

Hayashida, Seimei (1991), 'Koritsusei tai Ihosei : Minji Iho no Keizairiron (Efficiency vs. Unlawfulness : An Economic Theory of the Unlawfulness in the Civil Law in Japan)', 41 Hokudai Hogaku Ronshu (Hokkaido Law Review) , 1364-1450.

Hayashida, Seimei (1992), 'Ho to Keizai, Keizaibunseki, Hihan to Paradaimu (Law & Economics, Economic Analysis, Its Critique and Paradigm)', 42 Hokudai Hogaku Ronshu (Hokkaido Law Review) , 905-956. Part 2 pp. 1234-1272.

Hayashida, Seimei (1992), 'Ho ha Keizaidearu (Law is Economics)', 42 Hokudai Hogaku Ronshu (Hokkaido Law Review) , 1369-1412.

Hayashida, Seimei (1993), 'Jissenteki Suiron to Ho to Keizaigaku (Practical Reasoning and Law & Economics)', XXXHotetsugaku Nempo 1992 (Annual of Legal Philosophy 1992) , 44-59.

Hayashida, Seimei (1996), 'Ho to Keizaigaku no Horiron (Law & Economics As Legal Theory)', Hokudai Tosho Kankokai (Hokkaido University Press) .

J. Mark Ramseyer (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991) (1991), 'Legal Rules in Repeated Deals: Banking in the Shadow of Defection in Japan', 20 Journal of Legal Studies , 91 ff.

Kaplan, Steven N. and Ramseyer, J. Mark (1996), Those Japanese Firms , With Their Disdain For Shareholders: Another Fable For The Academy , Washington University Law Quarterly.

Kaufmann, Peter J. (1991), 'Verwarringsgevaar of verwateringsgevaar in het Europese merkenrecht anno 1991: artikel 13 A.1 Benelux Merkenwet mag niet blijven! (Confusion or Dilution in European Trademark Law 1991: Section 13 A.1 Benelux Trademark Act Cannot Continue to Exist!)', Qui Bene Distinguit Bene Docet , 175-190.

Nentjes, Andries (1990), 'Van wie is het milieu? (Who Owns the Environment?)', 39(10) Ars Aequi , 706-713.

Ota, Shozo (1991), 'Law and Economics in Japan: Hatching Stage', 11 International Review of Law and Economics , 301-308.

Ramseyer, J. Mark, 'Explicit Reasons for Implicit Contracts: The Legal Logic To the Japanese Main Bank System', in Masahiko, Aoki, & Patrick, Hugh T. (ed.), The Japanese Main Bank System: Its Relevance For Developing and Transforming Economies , Oxford, 231 ff.

Ramseyer, J. Mark (1986), 'Lawyers, Foreign Lawyers, and Lawyer-Substitutes: The Market for Regulation in Japan', 27 Harvard International Law Journal , 499-986.

Ramseyer, J. Mark (1987), 'Takeovers in Japan: Opportunism, Ideology and Corporate Control', 35 UCLA Law Review , 1-64.

Ramseyer, J. Mark (1989), 'Water Law in Imperial Japan: Public Goods, Private Claims, and Legal Convergence', 18 Journal of Legal Studies , 51-77.

Ramseyer, J. Mark (1991), 'Indentured Prostitution in Imperial Japan: Credible Commitments in the Commercial Sex Industry', 7 Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization , 89-116.

Ramseyer, J. Mark (1993), 'Columbian Cartel Launches Bid for Japanese Firms', 102 Yale Law Journal , 2005 ff.

Ramseyer, J. Mark (1994), 'The Puzzling (In)Dependence of Courts: A Comparative Approach', 23 Journal of Legal Studies , 721-747.

Ramseyer, J. Mark (1995), 'The Market for Children: Evidence From Early Modern Japan', 11 Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization , 27 ff.

Ramseyer, J. Mark (1996), 'Products Liability Through Private Ordering: Notes on A Japanese Experiment', 144 University of Pennsylvania Law Review .

Ramseyer, J. Mark (1996), Odd Markets In Japanese History: Law and Economic Growth , New York, Cambridge University Press.

Ramseyer, J. Mark and Frances McCall Rosenbluth (1993), Japan's Political Marketplace , Cambridge (MA), Harvard University Press.

Ramseyer, J. Mark and Minoru Nakazato (1989), 'The Rational Litigant: Settlement Amounts and Verdict Rates in Japan', 18 Journal of Legal Studies , 263 ff.

Ramseyer, J. Mark and Rosenbluth, Frances M. (1995), The Politics of Oligarchy: Institutional Choice In Imperial Japan , New York, Cambridge University Press.

Ramseyer, Mark J. (1993), Credibly Committing to Efficiency Wages: Cotton Spinning Cartels in Imperial Japan , University of Chicago Law School Roundtable.

Sinden, J.A. (1994), 'Learning To Love Japan: Social Norms and Market Incentives', 31 University of San Diego Law Review , 263 ff.