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JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN-NETHERLANDS INSTITUTE
VOLUME I, 1989

Papers of the Workshop on the History of the Medical Exchange Between Japan and the Netherlands
Tokyo, November 25-29, 1985

CONTENTS

  • W. G. J. Remmelink: Foreword
  • Sakai Shizu: Western Medicine in Japan during the Seventeenth Century
  • Yoshida Tadashi: Anatomy in Rangaku
  • Ishida Sumio: The Utrecht Training College for Military Surgeons and the Introduction of its System to Japan
  • A.H.M. Kerkhoff: Public Health in the Netherlands during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century
  • MJ. van Lieburg: The Development of the Hospital System in the Netherlands (1800-1870)
  • W J. Mulder: Surgical and Obstetrical Instruments in the Netherlands (1750-1870)
  • H. Beukers: Boerhaavianism in the Netherlands
  • A.I. Bierman: Drug Standardization in Dutch Pharmacopoeias
  • Sugimoto Tsutomu: Dutch Linguistics io the Edo Period

JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN-NETHERLANDS INSTITUTE
VOLUME II, 1990

Papers of the Dutch-Japanese Symposium on the History of Dutch and Japanese Expansion
In Memory of the Late Nagazumi Akira
Tokyo & Kyoto October 9th-14th, 1989

CONTENTS

  • W. G. J. Remmelink: From the Editor
  • Nagazumi Yoko: Foreword
  • C. Fasseur: Rulers and Ruled: Some Remarks on Dutch Colonial Ideology
  • Hirano Ken'ichiro: Domination and Assimilation: The Emergence of the Idea of Manchukuo
  • Elsbeth Locher-Scholten: Changing Perceptions of Japan in the Netherlands and the Netherlands East Indies before 1942
  • Tsuchiya Kenji: The Colonial State as a "Glass House": Some Observations on Confidential Documents Concerning Japanese Activities in the Dutch East Indies, 1900-1942
  • Shiraishi Masaya: Indochina and the French Perception of the "Yel-low Peril" after the Russo-Japanese War
  • J. A. de Moor: Colonial Warfare: Theory and Practice - The Dutch Experience in Indonesia, 1816-1949
  • Hayase Shinzo: Diplomats of Meiji Japan in the Philippines
  • L. Blussé: A View from the Verandah: The "Colonial Situation" as Mirrored in the Fiction of Colonial Civil Servants
  • Abe Hiroshi: Prewar Japan's "Cultural Works Project for China"
  • H. M. J. Maier: Some Genealogical Remarks on the Emergence of Modern Malay Literature
  • Kurasawa Aiko: Japanese Educational Policy in Java, 1942-1945
  • P. W. Klein: The Economic Relations Between the Netherlands and the Dutch East Indies
  • J. Thomas Lindblad: The Process of Economic Development in the Outer Provinces of the Dutch East Indies
  • Wakabayashi Masahiro: The Imperial Visit of the Crown Prince to Taiwan in 1923: How the Japanese Colonial Authorities Managed the Tour
  • J. van Goor: The Decolonization of the Dutch East Indies
  • Suehiro Akira: Japanese Overseas Investment and Industrialization in Southeast Asia after the Yen Appreciation
  • W. G. J. Remmelink: Concluding Remarks

JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN-NETHERLANDS INSTITUTE
VOLUME III, 1991

PPapers of the First Conference on the Transfer of Science and Technology between Europe and Asia since Vasco da Gama (1498-1998)
Amsterdam & Leiden
June 5-7, 1991

CONTENTS

  • W. G. J. Remmelink: From the Editor
  • H. Floris Cohen: The Emergence of Early Modern Science in Europe; with Remarks on Needham's'Grand Question,'In­eluding the Issue of the Cross-Cultural Transfer of Scientific Ideas
  • Karel Davids: Technological Change in Early Modern Europe (1500-1780)
  • Ekmeleddin Ihsanoǧlu: Some Remarks on Ottoman Science and its Relation with European Science & Technology up to the End of the Eighteenth Century
  • Hans Ulrich Vogel: The Transfer of Mining and Smelting Technology between Asia and Europe in the Sixteenth to Early Nineteenth Centuries
  • Yamada Keiji: Transfer of Science and Technology between Europe and Asia: Astronomy
  • Yoshida Tadashi: The Encounter of the Ch'i World View with Western Physical Sciences
  • Harn Beukers: Medicine and the Life Sciences in Europe and Asia
  • K. E. Werger-Klein: Barber-Surgeons and the Transfer of Botanical and Medical Knowledge between Western Europe and Japan in the Second Half of the Seventeenth Century
  • Richard Grove: The Transfer of Botanical Knowledge between Asia and Europe 1498-1800
  • Deepak Kumar: Pre-Colonial Science and Technology Lessons from Eighteenth Century India
  • Jean Deloche: Wheeled Vehicles and Land Transport in India (XVIth-XIXth Centuries)
  • Lotika Varadarajan: An Ethnographic Approach to Medieval Indian Textile Technology
  • Gerrit J. Knaap: Agricultural Innovation Processes and Colonialism in Insular Southeast Asia 1500-1800
  • List of Participants

JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN-NETHERLANDS INSTITUTE
VOLUME IV, 1992

PPapers of the First Dutch-Japanese Law Symposmm
Tokyo
November 9-11, 1992

CONTENTS

  • W. G. J. Remmelink: From the Editor
  • Thijmen Koopmans: European Legal Traditions and the Netherlands - a Comparative View
  • Arthur S. Hartkamp: The Development of Dutch Private Law in a European Perspective
  • Antoine T.J.M. Jacobs: Principles of Labour Law in Europe in General and in the Netherlands in Particular
  • Kazuaki Tezuka: Protection and Equality for the Weak in Japanese Labor Law
  • Ewoud H. Hondius: Protection of the Weak Party in the Law of Contract
  • Tsuneo Matsumoto: Protection of the Weaker Party in Japanese Contract Law
  • Jacob H. Nieuwenhuis: The Topics of Modern Contract Law
  • Takashi Uchida: The New Development of Contract Law and General Clauses: a Japanese Perspective
  • Jaap Spier: Product Liability and Contracts between Corporations
  • Akio Morishima: Product Liability and Contracts between Corporations: the Japanese Situation
  • Peter van Schilfgaarde: Joint Venture Agreements versus Mandatory Company Law
  • Satoshi Ogishi & Zen'ichi Shishido: Dutch-Japanese Comparative Legal Studies on Joint Ventures
  • Kees Schuyt: Dutch Tolerance and the Criminal Justice System
  • Masayuki Murayama: Postwar Trends in the Administration of Japanese Criminal Justice: Lenient but Intolerant or Something Else?
  • Antonie Peters: Some Comparative Observations on the Criminal Process in Holland and Japan
  • Takeshi Tsuchimoto: Comparative Observation of Criminal Procedure in Japan and the Netherlands
  • Constantijn Kelk: The Penal Climate of the Netherlands
  • Kazuhiko Tokoro: The Legalization Process of Criminal and Juvenile Justice in Japan
  • Arthur S. Hartkamp: Judicial Discretion under the New Civil Code of the Netherlands
  • List of Participants

JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN-NETHERLANDS INSTITUTE
VOLUME V, 1993

Dutch-Japanese Relations during the Bakumatsu Period: The Monthly Reports of J.K. de Wit

JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN-NETHERLANDS INSTITUTE
VOLUME VI, 1996

Papers of the Third Conference on the Transfer of Science and Technology between Europe and Asia since Vasco da Gama (1498-1998)
Istanbul
October 28-30, 1994

CONTENTS

  • W. G. J. Remmelink: From the Editor
  • Feza Giinergun, Leonard Blussé, Introduction
  • Zhu Xiaoyuan, The Rise of Modern Universities and the Transfer of Wes tern Science and Technology into China 1860-1937
  • Leonard Blussé, Theory and Practice of Railroad Building in China: The Cannibalization of the Lung-Hai Railroad, 1920-1925
  • Bridie Andrews, The Chinese Adoption and Negotiation of Western Medicine, c. 1850-1937
  • Wim J. van der Schoor, Pure Science and Colonial Agriculture: The Case of the Private Java Sugar Experiment Stations (1885-1940)
  • H. W. van den Doel, Practical Agricultural Education in the Netherlands East Indies: The Transfer of Agricultural Knowledge to the Indigenous Population of Java, 1875-1920
  • Tim N. Harper, The Communications Revolution in British Malaya: Colonial Propaganda, Film and Nationalism
  • Deepak Kumar,'Mahatma'and the Machine; Gandhi on Technology
  • Nasir Tyabji, The Hiatus between Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, and other Lessons from Inter-War Colonial Madras
  • Nakaoaka Tetsuro, Steel and the State: From the Introduction of the Thomas Converter to the LD Converter in Japan
  • Miyake Koji, The Establishment of the Osaka Artillery Arsenal
  • Tsukahara Togo, The Japanese Colonial Sciences in the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere: Mere Successor of the Europeans, or the Initiator of the New Era?
  • Ekmeledin Ihsanoğlu, Aviation: The Last Episode in the Ottoman Transfer of Western Technology
  • Alexander H. de Groot, The First Submarines in the Ottoman Turkish Navy (1885-1904)
  • Orhan Koloğlu, Efforts to Contribute to the Printing Technologies in the Ottoman Empire
  • Feza Günergun, Metric System in Turkey: Transition Period (1881-1934)
  • Carter V. Findley, Problems of Educational Democratization in an Era of Explosive Population Growth
  • Michael Adas, The Problem with Paradigms: Patterns of Scientific and Technological Transfer from 1880 to 1950
  • List of Participants

JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN-NETHERLANDS INSTITUTE
VOLUME VII, 2001

Procedure in the 21st Century
Papers of the Third Dutch-Japanese Law Symposium
Tokyo, Nagasaki
November 16-20, 2000

CONTENTS

  • W. G. J. Remmelink: From the Editor
  • Ryuichi Hirano, Word of Welcome
  • Jan B.M. Vranken, The Impact of Civil Procedure Reforms on the Opporttmities of Substantive Judge-made Law
  • F. Willem Grosheide, Civil Procedure in the Narrow Sense: A View from the Netherlands
  • Makoto Ito, Trade Secrets and Individual Privacy; The Protection of Confidential Information in Japanese Civil Procedure
  • Fred f. Bruinsma, ADR Dutch Style
  • Gustav J.J. Heerma van Vos, Informal Procedures in Japanese and Dutch Labour Law
  • Ikuo Sugawara, Case Settlement in Japan's Civil Procedure
  • Ewoud H. Hondius, Consumer Redress and ADR in the Netherlands
  • Masami Okino, Consumer Contracts and Alternative Dispute Resolution in Japan
  • Robbert J.G.M. Widdershoven, Procedure in Administrative Law in the Netherlands
  • Katsuya Uga, Procedure in Administrative Law in Japan
  • Constantijn Kelk, Law, Policy and Practice; Developments and Shiftings in Dutch Criminal Procedure
  • Yutaka Osawa, Criminal Procedure in Japan Fifty Years after the Enactment of the Present Code of Criminal Procedure: Characteristics and Reform Proposals
  • Takeshi Tsuchimoto, A Comparison of Legal Consciousness in the Netherlands and Japan with Regard to Euthanasia
  • Takeshi Tsuchimoto, The Legal Principle of the Juvenile Law and the Direction of its Amendment

JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN-NETHERLANDS INSTITUTE
VOLUME VIII, 2005

Information and Privacy
Papers of the Fourth Dutch-Japanese Law Symposium
Leiden
August 26-27, 2004

CONTENTS

  • Introduction
  • Hans Nieuwenhuis, From Here to Tokyo: Information, Privacy, Human Dignity; a Quest without End
  • Naoko Kano, Electronic Commerce and Consumer Protection ─ An Overview of the Situation in Japan
  • Ewoud Hondius and Katarzyna Kryczka, The Information Society and Consumer Protection in Europe
  • Willem Grosheide and Elisabeth Thole, SPAM: The European and Dutch Way
  • Noriyoshi Naganuma, Japan's New Legislation to Combat Cybercrimes from a Procedural Perspective
  • Constantijn Kelk, Technological Developments: Their Impact on Dutch Criminal Law and the Administration of Criminal Justice in relation to the Privacy of the Individual
  • Katsuya Uga, Development of Administrative Law in e-Government in Japan
  • Wim Voermans, The Dutch Electronic Administrative Communications Act
  • Takashi Araki, Personal Information and Privacy Protection of Employees and Japan's Employment System
  • Gustav J.J. Heerma van Voss, Information and Privacy in Dutch Labour Law
  • Yuriko Inoue, A Japanese Perspective on the Liability of Internet Service Providers

JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN-NETHERLANDS INSTITUTE
VOLUME IX, 2008

The Patriarch of Dutch Learning Shizuki Tadao (1760-1806)
Papers of the symposium held in commemoration of the 200th anniversary of his death
Nagasaki
November 18-19, 2006

CONTENTS

JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN-NETHERLANDS INSTITUTE
VOLUME X, 2010

Participation
Papers of the Fifth Dutch-Japanese Law Symposium
Tokyo
September 13-15, 2008

CONTENTS

  • Ota Shuzo: Introduction
  • Hans Nieuwenhuis, Three Pillars of Contract Law
  • Masahiro Fujita, Verdict-Driven, Evidence-Driven, and 'Issue-Driven': A Proposition Concerning the Deliberation Style Particularly Found in Mixed-Jury Type Deliberations such as the 'Saiban-In Seido'
  • Theo de Roos, Lay Participation, Sentencing and Democracy ─ The Dutch Exception
  • Toshihiro Kawaide, Victim Participation in the Criminal Trial in Japan
  • Marc Groenhuijsen, A New Perspective on Crime Victims' Rights to Participate in the Dutch Criminal Justice System
  • Takashi Araki, Establishment of the Labor Tribunal System: Lay Judge Participation in Japanese Labor Proceedings
  • Guus Heerma van Vos, The involvement of Unions and Employers in Arbitration in Dutch Labour Law
  • Yutaka Yamamoto, Mechanisms for Consumer Redress in Japan; Consumer Contract Law and Consumer Organizations Action (Verbandsklage)
  • Ewoud Hondius, Public and Private Enforcement in Consumer Protection ─ A Dutch Perspective
  • Etsuko Sugiyama, Efforts to Facilitate Access to the Courts and the Legal Professions in Japan
  • Fred J. Bruinsma, Access to Civil Justice: the Case of the Netherlands
  • Takehisa Nakagawa, Participatory Administrative Law: How Is It Emerging in Japan?
  • Wim Voermans, Voting for Europe: Lessons from Dutch Referendums?
  • Madeleine de Cock Buning, Consumer Participation in Dispute Settlement on Unfair Commercial Practices and Commercial Communications
  • List of Reporters and Commentators

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