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Economic Regulation and Competition: Regulation of Services in the EU, Germany and Japan

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Edited by: Jurgen Basedow, Harald Buam, Klaus Hopt, Hideki Kanda, Tishiyuki Kono

ISBN13: 9789041119681
ISBN: 904111968X
Published: November 2002
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £106.00



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At the beginning of the 21st century, in Japan and most of the continental European economies, we can observe a shift from what has been labelled a ""corporatist"" system to more market-oriented structures. Regulatory competition caused by the globalization of markets is increasingly placing the traditional legal institutions of these jurisdictions under severe strain. This is especially true for the services markets. Of these, the markets for financial services and telecommunications services have to adapt most urgently. These adaptations are already underway to varying extents and degrees, made possible by a mixture of de-regulation and re-regulation. In this volume, scholars from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Japan as well as practitioners from various institutions lay out the theoretical foundations and means for these developments. Through critical analysis, the various contributions show what has been reached so far in Europe and Japan and what remains to be achieved in the future.

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Contents:
Contributors. Economic Regulation in Market Economies; J. Basedow.
Part 1: Regulation of Banking Services. Regulation of Banking Services in the European Union: A Comparative View; J. Kondgen. Regulation of Banking Services: The Japanese Perspective; T. Kubota. The Regulation of Banking Services in Germany; D. Schilling.
Part 2: Regulation of Exchange and Investment Services. New Challenges for Stock Exchanges, Investment Firms, and Other Market Participants; S. Kalss. Regulation of Exchanges and Investment Services: A Japanese Perspective; H. Kanda.
Part 3: Regulation of Insurance Services. Regulation of Insurance Services: The European Perspective; W.-H. Roth. Regulation of Insurance Services: The Japanese Perspective; K. Kinoshita. The Role of the IAIS in Insurance Regulation; K. Hohlfeld.
Part 4: Regulation of Telecommunications Services. European Telecommunications Law: Unaffected by Globalization? C. Engel. Regulating Telecommunications Services: Globalization in View of Japan; Y. Hasebe. Statement on the Regulation of Telecommuncations Services; K.-D. Scheurle.
Part 5: Aspects of Private International Law. Conflicts of Law in the Financial Services Markets; A.K. Schnyder. Deregulation in the Field of Securities Law and Private International Law from a Japanese Perspective; T. Kono. Concluding Remarks and Summary of Discussions. Transsectoral Issues of Regulation - Concluding Remarks on Banking, Capital Market, Insurance, and Telecommunications Regulation -; K.J. Hopt. Summary of Discussions; H. Baum. Index.