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Tables of Contents for Japanese Law
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Acknowledgements
vii
 
Series Preface
ix
 
Introduction
xi
 
PART I JUDGES, POLITICIANS AND BUREAUCRATS
Economic Regulation
`Privatizing Regulation: The Implementation of the Large-Scale Retail Stores Law', in Gary D. Allinson and Yasunori Sone (eds), Political Dynamics in Contemporary Japan, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, pp. 264-94
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32
Frank K. Upham
`The Man Who Would Import: A Cautionary Tale about Bucking the System in Japan', Journal of Japanese Studies, 17, pp. 323-43
37
22
Frank K. Upham
`Evaluating Administrative Guidance and Cartels in Japan (1957-1988)', Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, 9, pp. 200-3
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David E. Weinstein
`Policies for Small Business in Japan', in Hyung-ki Kim, Micro Muramastu, T.J. Pempel and Kozo Yamamura (eds), The Japanese Civil Service and Economic Development, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp, 399-427
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32
Yoshiro Miwa
Political Constraints on Bureaucrats
`The Appearance of Power: Legislators, Bureaucrats, and the Budget Process in the United States and Japan', in Peter F. Cowhey and Mathew D. McCubbing (eds), Structure and Policy in Japan and the United States, Cambridge: University Press, pp. 56-80
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26
Mathew D. McCubbins
Gregory W. Noble
As a Matter of Factions: The Budgetary Implications of Shifting Factional Control in Japan's LDP', Legislative Studies Quarterly, XXII, pp. 293-328
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38
Mathew D. McCubbins
Michael F. Thies
Political Constraints on Judges
`The Puzzling (in) dependence of Courts: A Comparative Approach', Journal of Legal Studies, XXIII, pp. 721-47
179
28
J. Mark Ramseyer
`Administrative Control of Japanese Judges', in Philip S.C. Lewis (ed), Law and Technology in the Pacific Community, Boulder, Co: Westview Precess, pp. 263-81
207
20
Setsuo Miyazawa
`Judicial Independence in Japan Revisited', Law in Japan, 25, pp. 1-18
227
18
John O. Haley
`Judicial Independence in a Civil Law Regime: The Evidence from Japan', Journal of Law, Economics & Organization, 13, pp. 259-86
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J. Mark Ramseyer
Eric B. Rasmusen
`Why the Japanese Taxpayer Always Loses', Southern California Law Review, 72, pp. 571-95
273
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J. Mark Ramseyer
Eric B. Rasmusen
Judicial Constraints on Bureaucrats
`Japanese Administrative Law: Introduction', Law in Japan, 19, pp. 1-14
301
14
John O. Haley
`Rethinking Administrative Guidance', in Masahiko Aoki and Gary Saxonhouse (eds), Finance, Development and Competition in Japan: Essays in Honor of Hugh Patrick, London: Oxford University Press, pp. 199-211
315
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J. Mark Ramseyer
PART II CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
`Manufacturer--Supplier Relationships in Japan and the Concept of Relation-Specific Skill'. Journal of the Japanese and International Economices, 3, pp. 1-30
331
30
Banri Asanuma
`Legal Rules and Social Normal in Japan's Secret World of Sumo', Journal of Legal Studies, XXVI, pp. 165-201
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Mark D. West
`Top Executive Rewards and Firm Performance: A Comparison of Japan and the United States'. Journal of Political Economy, 102, pp. 510-46
399
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Steven N. Kaplan
`The Market for Innovation in the United States and Japan: Venture Capital and the Comparative Corporate Governance Debate', Northwestern University Law Review, 91, pp. 865-98
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Curtis J. Milhaupt
PART III CONCLUSION
`The Development of Japanese Legal Studies in American Law Schools', in Helen Hardacre (ed.), The Postwar Developments of Japanese Studies in the United States, Leiden: Koninklijke Brill NV, pp. 354-86
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Frank K. Upham
Name Index
507