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January 2019

This is the title of a panel for the next Japanese Studies Association of Australia (JSAA) conference, to be held 1-4 July at Monash University in Melbourne. The panel will be facilitated by ANJeL and chaired by its ANU-based co-director, A/Prof Heather Roberts. The panel session (5:5) has been set for Weds 3 July 9-10.30am.

Proposed presenters are:
• Prof James Claxton, Kobe University, Prof Luke Nottage, University of Sydney (contact person), & Dr Nobumichi Teramura, UNSW
• A/Prof Leon Wolff, Queensland University of Technology
• Prof Veronica Taylor, Australian National University
• A/Prof Stacey Steele, Melbourne Law School

The four-paper panel will examine how leadership in Japanese firms is evolving (or not), in the context of recent regulatory developments in insolvency law, labour law and corporate governance. It will also consider how this may correlate with attempts to encourage firms in Japan as well as from abroad to make more use of new international arbitration and mediation facilities being developed or proposed recently for Japan.


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