Desktop version

Home arrow Law


  • 1. Buzdugan, Maria. 2011. Satellite financing through hosted payloads: Benefits and challenges. Air and Space Law 36: 139.
  • 2. Cary, William L. 1974. Federalism and corporate Law: Reflections upon Delaware. Yale Law Journal 83: 663.
  • 3. Cowan, Rob, and Donal Gallagher. 2014. The international registry for aircraft equipment - the first seven years, what We have learned. Uniform Commercial Code Law Journal 45: 225.
  • 4. Cuniberti, Gilles. 2012. Advance relief under the Cape Town convention. The Cape Town Convention Journal 2012(1): 79-94.
  • 5. Rice, Michael Downey. 1989. Railroad equipment financing. Transportation Law Journal 18: 85.
  • 6. Glaister, William J., Robert Murphy, Marisa Chan, Ellie Dunne, and Julian Acratopulo. 2012. Lex situs after blue Sky: Is the Cape Town convention the solution? The Cape Town Convention Journal 2012(1): 3-23.
  • 7. Goode, Roy. 2013. Convention on international interests in mobile equipment and protocol thereto on matters specific to aircraft equipment: Official commentary, 3rd ed, para.4.101. Rome: UNIDROIT.
  • 8. Goode, Roy. 2013. Convention on international interests in mobile equipment and protocol thereto on matters specific to space assets: Official commentary, para.5.49. Rome: UNIDROIT.
  • 9. Hansmann, Henry, and Reinier Kraakman. 2001. The end of history for corporate law. Georgetown Law Journal 89: 439, at p.454.
  • 10. Kozuka, Souichirou. 2006. The economic implications of uniformity in law. In An economic analysis of private international law, ed, Jurgen Basedow and Toshiyuki Kono, 73 (Mohr Siebeck) (reprinted in: [2007] Uniform Law Review, 683).
  • 11. Kozuka, Souichirou. 2016. The bifurcated world of uniform law: Uniform law of “islands” and of “the ocean”. In Eppur si muove: The age of uniform law - Festschrift for Michael Joachim Bonell to celebrate his 70th birthday, ed. UNIDROIT, Rome: UNIDROIT.
  • 12. Kozuka, Souichirou, and Fuki Taniguchi. 2012. An economic assessment of the space protocol to the Cape Town convention, [2012]. Uniform Law Review 16(4): 927-941.
  • 13. La Porta, Rafael, Florencio Lopez-de-Silanes, Andrei Shleifer, and Robert Vishny. 1997. Legal determinants of external finance. Journal of Finance 52: 1131.
  • 14. La Porta, Rafael, Florencio Lopez-de-Silanes, Andrei Shleifer, and Robert Vishny. 1998. Law and finance. Journal of Political Economy 106: 40.
  • 15. La Porta, Rafael, Florencio Lopez-de-Silanes, Andrei Shleifer, and Robert Vishny. 2002. Investor protection and corporate valuation. Journal of Finance 42: 1147.
  • 16. Lowenthal, Max. 1933. The railroad reorganization act. Harvard Law Review 47: 18.
  • 17. McCormack, Gerard. 2011. Secured credit and the harmonisation of law: The UNCITRAL experience. Cheltenham/Northampton: Edward Elgar.
  • 18. Mooney, Jr, and W. Charles. 2015. The Cape Town convention’s improbable-but-possible progeny part two: Bilateral investment treaty-like enforcement mechanism. Virginia Journal of International Law 55: 451.
  • 19. Piels, William B., and Tan Siew Huay. 2013. Generation II of the international registry website - the closing room: A transactional approach to registries. The Cape Town Convention Journal, (2): 165.
  • 20. Prichard, John, and David Lloyd. 2013. Analysis of non-consensual rights and interests under article 39 of the Cape Town convention. The Cape Town Convention Journal 2: 3.
  • 21. Rawle, Francis. 1885. Car trust securities. Annual Report of the American Bar Association, 277.
  • 22. Ripple, Gregory. 2002. Note, special protection in the air[line industry]: The historical development of section 1110 of the bankruptcy code. Notre Dame Law Review 78: 281.
  • 23. Romano, Roberta. 1993. The genius of American corporate law. Washington, DC: The AEI Press.
  • 24. Rosen, Howard. 2007. The Luxembourg rail protocol: A major advance for the railway industry, [2007]. Uniform Law Review 12: 427.
  • 25. Rosen, Howard. 2013. Public service and the Cape Town convention. The Cape Town Convention Journal 2: 131.
  • 26. Rosen, Howard, Martin Fleetwood, and Benjamin von Bodungen. 2012. The Luxembourg rail protocol - extending Cape Town benefits to the rail industry, [2012]. Uniform Law Review 17: 609.
  • 27. Sato, Ikumi and Yoshinobu Zasu. 2010. Beyond conflict of interest: Lessons from the Cape Town convention. Asian Journal of Law and Economics 1(1): 1.
  • 28. Saunders, Anthony, Anand Srinivasan, Ingo Walter, and Jeffrey Wool. 1999. The economic implications of international secured transactions law reform: A case study. The University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law 20: 309.
  • 29. Scheinberg, Ronald. 2004. Enhanced equipment trust certificates in the downturn: An assessment for banks. Banking Law Journal 121: 108.
  • 30. Schmalenbach, Dirk. 2015. Recent developments in Aircraft Finance with special regard to the Cape Town convention. Zeitschrift fur Luft- und Weltraumrecht, 64. Jg, S.270.
  • 31. Spamann, Holger. 2010. The “antidirector rights index” revisited. Review of Financial Studies 23: 467.
  • 32. Stanford, M.J. 2012. The availability of a new form of financing for commercial space activities: the extension of the Cape Town convention to space assets. The Cape Town Convention Journal 2012(1): 109.
  • 33. Veneziano, Anna. 2013. Advance relief under the Cape Town convention and its aircraft protocol: A comment on Gilles Cuniberti’s interpretative proposal. The Cape Town Convention Journal, Issue (2): 185
  • 34. Von Bodungen, Benjamin, and Konrad Schott. 2007. The public service exemption under the Luxembourg Rail protocol: A German perspective, [2007] Uniform Law Review, 12(3): 573.
  • 35. Von Bodungen, Benjamin. 2009. Mobiliarsicherungsrechte an Luftfahrzeugen und Eisenbahnrollmaterial im nationalen und internationalen Rechtsverkehr (Lit Verlag).
  • 36. Weber, Ludwig. 2015. Public and private features of the Cape Town convention. The Cape Town Convention Journal 4: 53.
  • 37. Wool, Jeffrey. 1999. The case for a commercial orientation to the proposed Unidroit convention as applied to aircraft equipment, [1999]. Uniform Law Review 4: 289-302.

Souichirou Kozuka (PhD, Tokyo) is Professor of Law at Gakushuin University, Tokyo. He specialises in commercial law, corporate law and maritime, air and space law. His recent publications in English include: “An Economic Assessment of the space Assets Protocol to the Cape Town Convention” (co-authored with Fuki Taniguchi) [2011-2014] Uniform law Review pp. 927-941; “Law in a changing economy: law of trade credit and security interests in context”, in: The Changing Role of Law in Japan (Dimitri Vanoverbeke et al. (eds.) pp. 81-94 (Edward Elgar, 2014); “Policy and Politics in Contract Law Reform in Japan” (co-authored with Luke Nottage), in: The Method and Culture of Comparative Law (Maurice Adams & Dirk Heirbaut (eds.)), pp.235-253 (2014); “Licensing and regulation of Japan’s offshore resources”, in: Tina Hunter (ed.), Regulation of the Upstream Petroleum Sector: A Comparative Study of Licensing and Concession Systems (2015, Edward Elgar). He is chair of the Space Law Committee of the International Bar Association (IBA) for 2016 and 2017, correspondent of UNIDROIT (the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law) and Associate Member of the International Academy of Comparative Law (IACL).

< Prev   CONTENTS   Source   Next >