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TitleJapan : Economic success and legal system
Author edited by Harald Baum
Imprint Berlin : Walter de Gruyter, 1996, 1997
Descript xx, 401p. : figs; tables ; 24 cm

CONTENT

Lawyers, mediators, and legal culture: The Role of lawyers in Japan -- Judges and mediators in Japan: the administration as motionless mediator? -- Historical trends of civil litigation in Japan, Arizona, Sweden, and Germany: Japanese legal culture in the light of judicial statistics -- Law and contract in Japanese business: Use and non-use of contracts in Japanese business relations: a comparative analysis -- Relational contracting: does community count? -- Law, contract, and society in Japan: a personal view -- Contract law and practice in Japan: an antipodean perspective -- Aspects of the Japanese enterprise: Changes in the Japanese enterprise groups? -- Shareholders in Japan: attitudes, conduct, legal rights, and their enforcement -- Law as an agent of change? governmental efforts to reduce working hours in Japan -- The Bureaucracy in Japanese economic and legal affairs: Finance bureaucracy and the regulation of financial markets in Japan -- Virtual reality in Japan's regulatory agencies -- Bureaucracy and the Protection of natioanl interests in Japan: exemplified for intellectual property and competition law -- The "Old boy" network and government-business relationships in Japan -- Dicussion and concluding remarks: Informality, flexibility, and the rule of law: a report of the discussion


Commercial law -- Japan -- Congresses Justice Administration of -- Japan -- Congresses Contracts -- Japan -- Congresses Business enterprises -- Law and legislation -- Japan -- Congresses Trade regulation -- Japan -- Congresses

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