Mackenzie, Robin (1997) Harmonization, Informalization and Financial Systems Design: Risk and Opportunity for English and Japanese Banks and Banking Law in a Global Economy. In: Rider, Barry, ed. Commercial Law in a Global Context: Some Perspectives in Anglo-Japanese Law. Kluwer Law International, London, pp. 103-117. ISBN 9041107096. (The full text of this publication is not currently available from this repository. You may be able to access a copy if URLs are provided)
Book Abstract: This work consists of a selection of key papers presented at the first Anglo-Japanese Comparative Law Conference, held at Jesus College, Cambridge in September 1996. The conference was organized under the auspices of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London; the University of Tsukuba, Japan; and Murdoch University in Australia. The conference brought together a number of leading business lawyers from around the world, who discussed the impact of globalization on commercial law. If the internalization of trade and business has produced problems for lawyers, the impact of globalization, particularly in such areas as the capital markets, has proved to be even more problematic. The implications for all those who operate in the commercial and financial sectors, and for those who advise them, of developments in the nature and character of the markets are increasingly significant. The publication should be of interest to academics, those involved in trans-national business, and legal practitioners.
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