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List of Papers
Mark Dalton Fenwick Last modified date:2019.08.07

Professor / Faculty of Law / Department of International Legal Studies / Faculty of Law


Papers
1. Mark Fenwick, Marcelo Corrales, Helena Haapio, Erik P M Vermeulen, Platform-Driven LegalTech & the New World of Legal Design, Journal of Internet Law, 22, 10, 3-13, 2019.04.
2. Mark Fenwick, Joseph A. McCahery, Erik P M Vermeulen, The End of ‘Corporate’ Governance: Hello ‘Platform’ Governance, European Business Organization Law Review, 10.1007/s40804-019-00137-z, 20, 1, 1, 2019.03.
3. Mark Fenwick, Marcelo Corrales, Helenna Haapio, Digital Technologies, Legal Design & the Future of the Legal Profession, Legal Tech, Smart Contracts & Blockchain, 10.1007/978-981-13-6086-2, 1-16, 2019.02.
4. Mark Fenwick, Erik P M Vermeulen, The Lawyer of the Future as "Transaction Engineer", Legal Tech, Smart Contracts & Blockchain, 10.1007/978-981-13-6086-2, 253-272, 2019.02.
5. Mark Fenwick, National Report on International Legal Education, Japanese Reports for the XXth International Congress of Comparative Law, 36-54, 2019.02.
6. Mark Fenwick, Erik P M Vermeulen, Future Lawyers, FinTech: Law & Regulation, 2019.09.
7. Mark Fenwick, Erik P M Vermeulen, Technology & Corporate Governance, The Texas Journal of Business Law, 48, 1, 1-22, 2019.05.
8. Mark Fenwick, Erik P M Vermeulen, The Digital Future of Corporate Governance, International Corporate Governance Network Yearbook 2018, 8, 2018.12.
9. Mark Fenwick, William Callison, Joseph A. McCahery, Erik P. M. Vermeulen, Corporate Disruption: The Law and Design of Organizations in the Twenty-First Century, European Business Organization Law Review, 10.1007/s40804-018-0120-8, 19, 4, 737-769, 2018.11, This paper explores the issue of ‘re-making’ corporate law through the prism of the United Nations’ recent efforts at reducing legal obstacles experienced by micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises in starting and scaling a business. In order to be fully successful, this paper suggests that the UN should go back to business fundamentals and should attempt to build from the ground up based on the real world needs of entrepreneurs, rather than work off already existing corporate legal systems. In this way, it is possible to engage in a more imaginative form of regulatory design in which a clear, open and preferential legal framework for stimulating innovation and business creation can be developed..
10. Mark Fenwick, Wulf Kaal, Erik P M Vermeulen, Regulation Tomorrow: Strategies for Regulating New Technologies, Transnational Commercial & Consumer Law Current Trends in International Business Law, 10.1007/978-981-13-1080-5, 153-174, 2018.09.
11. Mark Fenwick, Erik P M Vermeulen, J. A. McCahery, Fintech and the financing of SMEs and entrepreneurs: From crowdfunding to marketplace lending, The Economics of Crowdfunding: Startups, Portals & Investor Behavior, 103-129, 2018.02.
12. Mark Fenwick, Erik P M Vermeulen, Wulf Kaal, Regulation tomorrow: Or, what happens when technology is faster than the law?, American University Business Law Review, 6, 3, 561-594, 2017.11.
13. Mark Fenwick, Nikolaus Forgo, Marcelo Corrales, Disruptive technologies shaping the law of the future, New Technology, “Big Data” & the Law, 1-14, 2017.09.
14. Mark Fenwick, Legal certainty in the new corporate criminal law, The Shifting Meaning of Legal Certainty in Comparative & Transnational Law, 71-94, 2017.09.
15. Mark Fenwick, Mathias M. Siems, Stefan Wrbka, The state of the art & shifting meaning of legal certainty, The Shifting Meaning of Legal Certainty in Comparative & Transnational Law, 1-26, 2017.09.
16. Mark Fenwick, Erik P M Vermeulen, J. A. McCahery, The future of capitalism: ‘Un-corporating’ corporate governance, The Changing Landscape of Corporate Law, 63-98, 2017.08.
17. Mark Fenwick, Erik P M Vermeulen, How to respond to artificial intelligence in fintech, Japan Spotlight, 16-20, 2017.05.
18. Mark Fenwick, Erik P M Vermeulen, Wulf Kaal, Legal education in the blockchain revolution, Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law, 2, 2, 351-383, 2017.03.
19. Mark Fenwick, Erik P. M. Vermeulen, Corporate venturing strategies to foster innovation, Global Corporate Venturing Monthly, September, 53-59, 2016.09.
20. Mark Fenwick, The multiple uncertainties of the corporate criminal law, Legal Certainty in a Contemporary Context Private and Criminal Law Perspectives, 10.1007/978-981-10-0114-7_9, 147-168, 2016.07.
21. Mark Fenwick, Stefan Wrbka, The shifting meaning of legal certainty, Legal Certainty in a Contemporary Context Private and Criminal Law Perspectives, 10.1007/978-981-10-0114-7_1, 1-6, 2016.07.
22. Mark Fenwick, Erik P M Vermeulen, Global startup communities, Stichting Maatschappij en Onderneming, 1-11, 2016.07.
23. Mark Fenwick, W. Callison, J. A. McCahery, Erik P.M. Vermeulen, Corporate disruption: The law & design of organizations in the 21st century, European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI), Working Paper No. 326/2016, 2016.05, [URL].
24. Mark Fenwick, Stefan Wrbka, The flexibility of law and its limits in contemporary business regulation, Flexibility in Modern Business Law A Comparative Assessment, 10.1007/978-4-431-55787-6_1, 1-12, 2016.01.
25. Mark Fenwick, The new corporate criminal law and transnational legal risk, Flexibility in Modern Business Law A Comparative Assessment, 10.1007/978-4-431-55787-6_8, 149-171, 2016.01.
26. Mark Fenwick, Erik P.M. Vermeulen, The New Firm
Staying Relevant, Unique and Competitive, European Business Organization Law Review, 10.1007/s40804-016-0040-4, 16, 4, 595-623, 2015.12.
27. Mark Fenwick, Erik P M Vermeulen, Alternatives to Silicon Valley: Building Global Business Anywhere, EUIJ-Kyushu Review, 5, 27-68, 2015.06.
28. Mark Fenwick, Steven J. Van Uytsel, Stefan Wrbka, Introduction
Networks and networked governance, Networked Governance, Transnational Business and the Law, 10.1007/978-3-642-41212-7_1, 3-9, 2014.01.
29. Mark Fenwick, Regulatory networks, population level effects and threshold models of collective action, Networked Governance, Transnational Business and the Law, 10.1007/978-3-642-41212-7_5, 83-98, 2014.01.
30. Mark Fenwick, ‘Penal populism’ and penological change in contemporary Japan, Theoretical Criminology, 10.1177/1362480613476785, 17, 2, 215-231, 2013.01.
31. Mark Fenwick, Review essay on ‘European Developments in Corporate Criminal Liability’ by J. Gobert & A. Pascal, EUIJ-Kyushu Review, 2013, 1, 179-83, 2013.07.
32. Mark Fenwick, Understanding the Euro crisis, EUIJ-Kyushu Review, 3, 61-71, 2012.06.
33. Mark Fenwick, Japan, Racist Victimization: International Reflections and Perspectives, 169-183, 2012.01.
34. Mark Fenwick, Japan’s response to terrorism post-9/11, Global Anti-Terrorism Law and Policy, 10.1017/CBO9781139043793.019, 390-419, 2012.01.
35. Mark Fenwick, The Moral Content of “White Collar” Crime: Insider trading, “Cheating”” & the Tsutsumi Case, Kyushu University Legal Research Bulletin (ISSN: 2186-679), 2011.12.
36. Mark Fenwick, Review Essay: Poul Kjaer, Between Governance & Governing, Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2010., EUIJ-Kyushu Review (ISSN: 2186-3385), 2011.10.
37. Mark Fenwick, Toshiyuki Kono, Caslav Pejovic, The Globalization of Legal Education, Law & Justice Review, 2010, 1, 111-126, 2010.10.
38. Mark Fenwick, Corporate wrongdoing and the limits of the criminal law, Facing the Limits of the Law, 10.1007/978-3-540-79856-9_7, 109-123, 2009.12.
39. Mark Fenwick, Emergency powers and the limits of constitutionalism in Japan, Emergency Powers in Asia: Exploring the Limits of Legality, 10.1017/CBO9780511770630.013, 314-341, 2009.01.
40. Mark Fenwick, Japan, Racist Victimization: International Reflections and Perspectives, 169-183, 2008.07.
41. Mark Fenwick, Youth crime and crime control in contemporary Japan, The Blackwell Companion to Criminology, 10.1002/9780470998960.ch6, 125-142, 2007.12.
42. Mark Fenwick, Japan
From child protection to penal populism, Comparative Youth Justice: Critical Issues, 10.4135/9781446212608.n11, 146-158, 2006.01.
43. Mark Fenwick, Japan’s response to terrorism post-9/11, Global Anti-Terrorism Law and Policy, 10.1017/CBO9780511493874.016, 327-350, 2005.01.
44. Mark Fenwick, Crime Talk and Crime Control in Contemporary Urban Japan, Cultural Criminology Unleashed, 193-206, 2004.11.
45. Mark Fenwick, Crime and crime control in contemporary Japan, The Blackwell Companion to Criminology, 125-142, 2003.08.
46. Mark Fenwick, Keith Hayward, Crime, excitement and consumer culture: the re-discovery of aetiology in contemporary theoretical criminology, Youth Justice: Theory and Practice, 31-51, 2000.01.
47. Mark Fenwick, Dilemmas of Transitional Justice: Criminal Prosecutions or Truth Commissions?, 西南学院大学法学部論集 , 35, 3-4, 1-24, 2003.09.
48. Mark Fenwick, Review essay on ‘Urban Excess and the Law’ by C. Stanley’, Theoretical Criminology, 10.1177/1362480697001001009, 1, 133-7, 1997.01.
49. Mark Fenwick, New Directions in Cultural Criminology, Theoretical Criminology, 10.1177/1362480604044615, 8, 3, 377-386, 2004.01, New Directions in Cultural Criminology.
50. Mark Fenwick, Review essay on ‘Constitutive Criminology’ by S. Henry and D. Milovanovic, Criminal Behavior & Mental Health, 230-9, 1999.
51. Mark Fenwick, L Gelsthorpe, United Kingdom, Juvenile Justice Systems: International Perspectives, 77-112, 1998.10.