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About Curtis J. Milhaupt

My research focuses on the relationship between legal institutions and economic organizations and development, particularly in comparative perspective. Much of my scholarship is in the field of comparative corporate governance, but I have also written about organized crime, financial regulation, the legal profession, foreign investment, and the economic institutions used by authoritarian political regimes. I am particularly interested in East Asia, and have written extensively on Japan, China, and Korea. A recent focus is on "state capitalism" and role of state-owned enterprises in the global economy.

I teach courses on U.S. corporate law, comparative corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, the Japanese legal system, and law and economic development. I teach regularly outside the United States, and am the recipient of two teaching awards.

Positions

Present Fuyo Professor of Japanese Law, Columbia University
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Present Member, Weatherhead East Asian Institute
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Present Parker Professor of Comparative Corporate Law, Columbia University
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Disciplines

Law

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Articles (13)

Books (4)

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