Policy Shifts and the Changing Role of Banks: A Comparison between Japan and Germany.

Zeitschrift für Japanisches Recht/ Journal of Japanese Law 15 (29) Spring (2010): 81-102.

The Normative Foundations of Democratic Legislation: the Complementary Roles of the Legislative and Judicial Processes (In Japanese).

Kokka Gakkai Zasshi (The Journal of the Association of Political and Social Sciences) 116 (5/ 6), June, University of Tokyo (2003): 154-218.


Germany’s Compromises: The Impact of Crisis Narratives on the European Central Bank and Euro Governance.

In Jill E. Twark (ed.) Invested Narratives: German Responses to Economic Crisis. Berghahn Books, forthcoming in November (2022).

Euro Crisis and Banking Union: Renegotiating Terms of Integration (In Japanese).

In Takeshi Ito and Ryosuke Amiya (eds.) Agendas of European Democracy, Nakanishiya (2021).

Germany and Japan: Great or Middle Powers in Global Banking Regulation?

Giampiero Giacomello and Bertjan Verbeek (eds.) Middle Powers in Asia and Europe in the 21st-Century, Rowman & Littlefield (2020).

The Roles of Public Opinion, Social Movements, and Institutions to Promote a Fairer Democratic System (In Japanese).

In The Idea of Public in Philosophy of Law (In Japanese) Ed by Tatsuo Inoue, Nakanishiya (2006): 188-208.

Working papers

Japan's Diplomacy at the G7 and G20: Supporting Global Economic Governance.

Strategic Japan Working Papers, Center for Strategic and International Studies, April 2020

The Failure of an Integrated Regulatory Model?: The U.K. in a Time of Crisis.

Economic Society of Kansai University Working Paper Series, F57 (2012).

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