JAPANESE BUSINESS LAW IN WESTERN LANGUAGES AN ANNOTATED SELECTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY
Item #: 1000069
Pages: xii, 450 pp.
Published: Buffalo; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2013.
The literature in Western languages on Japanese law, especially in English and German, continues to proliferate despite, or perhaps because of, Japan’s economic slowdown after its own “asset bubble” burst in 1990. Law reform has been particularly intense and widespread in business law, necessitating this second edition updating for important works published over the last 15 years. As well as adding new references, various chapters were regrouped and new chapters added for fields of law such as Legal Education, Communications and Information Technology Law, Employee and University Inventions, Social Security Law, Property Law, and Medical Law. The present edition further comprehensivelyupdates the annotated introduction to general works, including a completely rewritten guide to finding Japanese business law materials via the Internet.
Recommended Publications for Legal Research 2013, List 30, Mining Law, Page 34, “C” Rated.
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