Recent Scholarship of Professor Curtis J. Milhaupt
Law and Capitalism: What Corporate Crises Reveal about Legal Systems and Economic Development around the World (University of Chicago Press, 2008) (with Katharina Pistor)
Economic Organizations and Corporate Governance in Japan: The Impact of Formal and Informal Rules (Oxford University Press, 2004) (with Mark D. West)
Edited Volumes and Casebooks
Regulating the Visible Hand? The Institutional Implications of Chinese State Capitalism (Oxford University Press, 2016).
Transforming Corporate Governance in East Asia (Routledge Press, 2008)
The Japanese Legal System: Cases, Codes, and Commentary (Foundation Press, 2006) (edited with J. Mark Ramseyer and Mark D. West)
Global Markets, Domestic Institutions: Corporate Law and Governance in a New Era of Cross-Border Deals (Columbia University Press, 2003)
Japanese Law in Context: Readings in Society, the Economy and Politics (Harvard University Asia Center, Harvard University Press, 2001) (edited with J. Mark Ramseyer and Michael K. Young)
“We are the (National) Champions: Understanding the Mechanism of State Capitalism in China,” Stanford Law Review, forthcoming, 2013.
John Armour, Jack B. Jacobs & Curtis J. Milhaupt, The Evolution of Hostile Takeover Regimes in Developed and Emerging Markets: An Analytical Framework, 52 Harv. Int'l L.J. 219 (2011).
Based on the bluebook list of abbreviations: Ronald J. Gilson & Curtis J. Milhaupt, Economically Benevolent Dictators: Lessons for Developing Democracies, 59 Am. J.Comp.L. 227 (2011).
"Reputational Sanctions in China's Securities Market," Columbia Law Review (May 2008) (with Benjamin Liebman)
"Sovereign Wealth Funds and Corporate Governance: A Minimalist Response to the New Merchantilism," Stanford Law Review (March 2008) (with Ronald Gilson)
"In the Shadow of Delaware? The Rise of Hostile Takeovers in Japan," 105 Columbia Law Review 2171 (2005)
"Choice as Regulatory Reform: The Case of Japanese Corporate Governance," 53 American Journal of Comparative Law 343 (2005) (with Ronald J. Gilson)
"Nonprofit Organizations as Investor Protection: Economic Theory, and Evidence from East Asia," 29 Yale Journal of International Law 169 (2004)
"A Lost Decade for Corporate Governance Reform in Japan? What Has Changed, What Hasn't, and Why" in Institutional Change in Japan (Routledge 2006)
"Historical Pathways of Reform: Foreign Law Transplants and Japanese Corporate Governance" in Corporate Governance in Context: Corporations, States, and Markets in Europe, Japan and the U.S. (Oxford 2005)
"Institutional Change and M&A in Japan: Diversity through Deals" in Global Markets, Domestic Institutions (Columbia 2003)
Reviews and Commentary
"On the (Fleeting) Existence of the Main Bank System and Other Japanese Economic Institutions," 27 Law and Social Inquiry 425 (2001)
Books/Articles/Translations in Japanese
U.S. Corporate Law (Yuhikaku, forthcoming 2009)
"In the Shadow of Delaware? The Rise of Hostile Takeovers in Japan" in Jurisuto (2006) (translation in Japan's leading law journal)
"Choice as Regulatory Reform: The Case of Japanese Corporate Governance" in Koporeto gabanansu ni okeru shoho no yakuwari (Hideki Kanda ed., 2004)
"The Dark Side of Private Ordering," 30 Leviathan (2002) (translation in Japan's leading political science journal of article originally published in the Chicago Law Review)
"What Can Japan Learn from the United States: Reflections based on My Experience at Columbia," 17 ShihÇ Kaikaku 31 (2001) (prepared for international symposium on Japanese legal education reform)
"The Jusen Problem in Japanese Finance: A Legal and Economic Analysis," 1132 Jurisuto 140 (1998) (with Geoffrey P. Miller) (translation in Japan's leading legal journal)
"The Lawyer's Role in Business Transactions: Japan and the United States in Comparative Perspective," 96-2 AmerikahÇ 266 (1996)