Faculty of Law, Kyushu University
- White Collar & Corporate Crime
- Startup Communities
- Regulating Disruptive Innovation
- Theoretical criminology / Legal Theory
Subject Areas for Supervising Written Work
- White Collar & Corporate Crime
- Faculty of Law, Cambridge University, UK, (Oct. 1990 – Feb. 1997)
Ph.D., (Oct. 1991 – Dec. 1995).
- Faculty of Law, Cambridge University, UK , (Oct. 1990 – Feb. 1997)
M.Phil. Degree in Criminology, (Oct. 1990 – July 1991).
- University of London, UK, (Sept. 1987 – June 1990)
- Faculty of Law, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan (April 1999 – present)
(i) Associate Professor (Nov. 2001 – present)
(ii) Lecturer (April 1999 – Oct. 2001)
- Faculty of Law, Seinan University, Fukuoka, Japan (April 2001 – present)
- School of Law, University of East London, UK (Jan. 1996 – March 1999)
(i) University Lecturer (Jan. 1998 – March 1999)
(ii) Post-doctoral Research Fellow (Jan. 1996 – Dec. 1997)
- Part-time Lecturer; Faculty of Law, Cambridge University , UK (Oct. 1993-Feb. 1997)
- ‘Review Essay on Urban Excess and the Law’, in Theoretical Criminology, Volume 1 (1), Sage, (1997).
- ‘Review essay on Constitutive Criminology by Stuart Henry and Dragon Milovanovic’, in Criminal Behavior and Mental Health, Sage Press, (1999).
- ‘Youth crime, excitement and consumer culture: the re–discovery of etiology in contemporary theoretical criminology’, in Youth Justice: Theory and Practice, edited by J. Pickford, Cavendish Press, [Co-authored with K. Hayward, University of Kent ], (2000).
- ‘New technology and crime control: developing European cooperation in the field of criminal justice’, in Common Norms in Plural Legal Orders, edited by T. Komori, Chiba University Press (2001).
- ‘Dilemmas of transitional justice: criminal prosecutions or truth commissions?’, Seinan University Law Review, Volume 35(3), Seinan University , (2003).
- ‘New directions in cultural criminology’, Theoretical Criminology, Volume 8(3), Sage Press (2004)
- ‘Crime talk and crime control in contemporary Japan’, in Cultural Criminology Unleashed, edited by K. Hayward & J. Ferrell, Cavendish (2004).
- ‘Japan’s response to 9/11’, in Global Anti-Terrorism Law and Policy, edited by V. Ramraj, M. Hor & K. Roach, Cambridge University Press (2005).
- ‘From child protection to penal populism’, in Comparative Youth Justice, edited by J. Muncie, Open University Press (2006).
- ‘Racial victimization in Japan: the politics of race in a ‘mono-ethnic’ society’, in Racist Victimisation: International Reflections and
- Perspectives, edited by Winterdyk, J. A. and Antonopoulos, G. A., Ashgate Press, (2008), p. 169-184.
- ‘Corporate crime and the limits of the law’in Facing the Limits of the Law, edited by Erik Claes, Springer Press, (2009), p.109-124.
- ‘Emergency powers and the rule of law in Japan’, in Emergency Powers in Asia, edited by Victor Ramraj, Cambridge University Press, (2010).
- ‘Japan’s response to 9/11’, in Global Anti-Terrorism Law and Policy (2nd Edition), edited by Victor Ramraj, Michael Hor & Kent Roach, Cambridge University Press, (2011).
- Disclosure of Beneficial Ownership After the Panama Papers, Report for the World Bank, [co-authored with Erik P.M. Vermeulen] (2016) pp.1-60.
- Corporate Transparency & Disclosure: A Missed Opportunity. Report for the OECD, [co-authored with Erik P.M. Vermeulen] (2016) pp.1-67.
- ‘Corporate disruption: The law & design of organizations in the 21st century’, Discussion Paper for UNCITRAL Working Group on Micro, Small & Medium-Sized Enterprises, [co-authored with William Callison, Joseph A. McCahery, & Erik P.M. Vermeulen] (2016) pp.1-31.
- ‘Regulation tomorrow: Or, what happens when technology is faster than the law?’, American University Business Law Journal, [co-authored with Wulf A. Kaal & Erik P.M. Vermeulen], (forthcoming, February 2017).
- ‘Regulation tomorrow: Or, what happens when technology is faster than the law?’, Lex Research Topics in Corporate Law & Economics Working Paper No. 2016-8, [co-authored with Wulf A. Kaal & Erik P.M. Vermeulen] (2016) pp. 1-28.
- Corporate venturing strategies to foster innovation’, Global Corporate Venturing Monthly, [co-authored with Erik P.M. Vermeulen] (September 2016) pp. 53-59.
- ‘Corporate disruption: The law & design of organizations in the 21st century’, European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI) – Working Paper No. 326/2016, [co-authored with William Callison, Joseph A. McCahery, & Erik P.M. Vermeulen] (2016) pp.1-31.
- ‘The new firm: Staying relevant, unique & competitive’, European Business Organization Law Review, [co-authored with Erik P.M. Vermeulen] (2016), pp.595-625.
- ‘The multiple uncertainties of the new corporate criminal law’, in Legal Certainty in a Contemporary Context: Private & Criminal Law Perspectives, edited by M. Fenwick et al., Springer Press, (2016) pp.180-201.
- ‘Regulatory networks, population level effects & threshold models of collective action’, in Networked Governance, Transnational Business & the Law, edited by Mark Fenwick et al., Springer Press, (2015) pp. 171-88.