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University of Tokyo
Graduate Schools for Law and Politics
competition law (antitrust law)
2003-current, Professor, University of Tokyo
1997-2003, Associate Professor, University of Tokyo
1991-1997, Associate Professor, Tohoku University
University of Tokyo Faculty of Law LL.B., 1987
Among single-authored articles in English
"Customer Location and the International Reach of National Competition Laws"
Japanese Yearbook of International Law, Vol. 59 (2016)(published in 2017), pp. 202-215
author's manuscript at SSRN
"Patent Assertion Entities and Competition Law in Japan"
D. Daniel Sokol (ed.), Patent Assertion Entities and Competition Policy (Cambridge University Press, 2017), pp.162-176
"Commitment decisions in the Japanese context"
Note for the 125th meeting of OECD Competition Committee
DAF/COMP/WD(2016)54 (June 2016)
"A Baseline for Analyzing Exploitative Abuse of a Dominant/Superior Position"
UT Soft Law Review, No.5 (2013), pp. 1-7
- "Effects on Domestic Purchasers: A Descriptive Theory for Competition Law in Cross-Border Cases"
Philip Lowe & Mel Marquis (eds.), European Competition Law Annual: 2010 - Merger Control in European and Global Perspective (Hart Publishing, 2013), pp.275-285
Among presentations in English
- "Thoughts on Vertical Restraints: Lessons from the American Express Case"
2016 Taiwan International Conference on Competition Policy/ Law (Taiwan Fair Trade Commission, June 28, 2016)
Among co-authored book chapters in English
- Simon Vande Walle & Tadashi Shiraishi, "Competition Law in Japan"
John Duns, Arlen Duke & Brendan Sweeney (eds.), Comparative Competition Law (Edward Elgar 2015), pp. 415-442.
July 1, 2015 version at SSRN
July 1, 2015 version with Japanese Terminology at SSRN
- Harry First & Tadashi Shiraishi, "Japan: The Competition Law System and the Country's Norms"
Eleanor M. Fox & Michael J. Trebilcock (eds.), The Design of Competition Law Institutions: Global Norms, Local Choices (Oxford University Press 2013), pp.232-265
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