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Van Uytsel Jos Steven Last modified date:2024.06.03

Professor / Department of International Legal Studies / Faculty of Law


Papers
1. Steven Van Uytsel, Algorithms, Collusion and Competition Law, 2023.06.
2. Steven Van Uytsel and Yoshiteru Uemura, The Digital Economy and Competition Law in Japan: Regulating Online Platforms through Unfair Trade Practices , The Digital Economy and Asian Competition Law, Springer, 2021.05.
3. Steven Van Uytsel, The Digital Economy in Asia and Competition Law , The Digital Economy and Asian Competition Law, Springer, 2021.05.
4. Steven Van Uytsel, Algorithmic Hub and Spoke Cartels: A Japanese Perspective, The Digital Economy and Asian Competition Law , Springer, 2021.05.
5. Steven Van Uytsel and Danilo V. Vargas, Challenges for and with Autonomous Vehicles, Autonomous Vehicles: Business, Technology and Law, Springer, 2021.01.
6. Steven Van Uytsel, Testing Autonomous Vehicles on Public Roads, Autonomous Vehicles: Business, Technology and Law, Springer, 2021.01.
7. Steven Van Uytsel, Different Liability Regimes: One Preferable above the Other, Autonomous Vehicles: Business, Technology and Law, Springer, 2021.01.
8. Steven Van Uytsel, Majid Sarvi, Saeed Asadi, New Fixes for Old Traffic Problems: Connected Transport Systems and AIMES, Autonomous Vehicles: Business, Technology and Law, Springer, 2021.01.
9. Steven Van Uytsel, Marck Fenwick, Bi Ying, Regulating Fintech in Asia, Regulating Fintech in Asia, Springer, 2020.08.
10. Steven Van Uytsel, Horizontal Shareholding among Fintech Firms in Asia, Regulating Fintech in Asia, 177-204, Springer, 2020.08.
11. Steven Van Uytsel and Danilo V. Vargas, Adversarial Machine Learning: A Blow to the Transportation Sharing Economy, Legal Tech and the New Sharing Economy, 10.1007/978-981-15-1350-3, 179-208, Springer, 2020.06, [URL].
12. Steven Van Uytsel, Legislating Autonomous Vehicles against the Backdrop of Adversarial Machine Learning Findings, IEEE Xplore, 1-10, 2020.04, [URL].
13. Ying Bi, Steven Van Uytsel, Could Predatory Pricing Rules Substitute for Antidumping Laws in the Proposed China-Japan-Korea Free Trade Agreement?, SOCIAL SCIENCE JAPAN JOURNAL, 10.1093/ssjj/jyv010, 18, 2, 163-192, 1970.01, The proliferation of trade agreements heightens the interest in predatory pricing rules because of their possibility to replace antidumping laws. Successful practices have already been achieved in several regional trade agreements. The current paper focuses on the proposed China-Japan-Korea Free Trade Agreement (CJK FTA) and argues that substitution may be complicated by the presence of two different forms of predatory pricing: dominance-orientated predatory pricing and unfair predatory pricing. Reviewing the rules of the former fortifies the evidence that specific rules of competition law can substitute antidumping law. However, by exploring the rules of the latter, this conclusion is troubled. Unfair predatory pricing rules, as they exist in China, Japan, and Korea, are prone to protectionist abuse. Hence, efforts to harmonize predatory pricing rules so as to abolish antidumping laws would confront more difficulties in the proposed CJK FTA..
14. Steven J. Van Uytsel, Paulius Jurčys, Heritage and Societies
Towards the 20th Anniversary of the Nara Document and Beyond, Zeitschrift für Japanisches Recht, 34, 309-316, 2012.11.
15. Steven Jos Van Uytsel, Online Platforms and Competition Law in Japan: A Translation of the DeNA Co. Case, Legal Research Bulletin, 7, 1-4, 7, 2017.10.
16. Steven Jos Van Uytsel, When Geographical Indications Meet Intangible Cultural Heritage: The New Japanese Act on Geographical Indications, Geographical Indications at the Crossroads of Trade, Development, and Culture: Perspectives from Asia, 0, 2017.03.
17. Steven Jos Van Uytsel, Intangible Cultural Heritage Legislation in Asia: In Search for the Spirit of 2003 UNESCO Convention, SSRN, 0, 2017.02, [URL].
18. Steven Jos Van Uytsel, The New Japanese Act on Geographical Indications: An Intangible Cultural Heritage Perspective, Journal of Japanese Law , 42, 179-208, 2016.11.
19. Steven Jos Van Uytsel, Delayed Leniency Applications: The Unfortunate but Predictable Outcome of the Flexible Leniency Policies under the Chinese Antimonopoly Law, Flexibility in Modern Business Law: A Comparative Assessment, 0, 2016.08.
20. Steven J. Van Uytsel, The New Japanese Act on Geographical Indications
An Intangible Cultural Heritage Perspective, Zeitschrift für Japanisches Recht, 21, 42, 179, 2016.01.
21. Steven Jos Van Uytsel, De Conventie voor de Promotie en Bescherming van de Diversiteit van Cultuuruitingen in het licht van de Conventie voor de Borging van Immaterieel Erfgoed, immaterieelerfgoed, 2015.12, [URL].
22. Steven Jos Van Uytsel, Anti-Cartel Enforcement in Japan: Does Leniency Make the Difference?, Anti-Cartel Enforcement in a Contemporary Age: Leniency Religion , 2015.09.
23. Steven Jos Van Uytsel, Leniency under the Japanese Antimonopoly Law: Towards the End of the Cartel Archipelago?, Cartels in Asia, 0, 2015.09.
24. Steven Jos Van Uytsel, Could Predatory Pricing Rules Substitute for Antidumping Laws in the Proposed China–Japan–Korea Free Trade Agreement?, SSJJ, 2015.06, [URL], The proliferation of trade agreements heightens the interest in predatory pricing rules because of their possibility to replace antidumping laws. Successful practices have already been achieved in several regional trade agreements. The current paper focuses on the proposed China–Japan–Korea Free Trade Agreement (CJK FTA) and argues that substitution may be complicated by the presence of two different forms of predatory pricing: dominance-orientated predatory pricing and unfair predatory pricing. Reviewing the rules of the former fortifies the evidence that specific rules of competition law can substitute antidumping law. However, by exploring the rules of the latter, this conclusion is troubled. Unfair predatory pricing rules, as they exist in China, Japan, and Korea, are prone to protectionist abuse. Hence, efforts to harmonize predatory pricing rules so as to abolish antidumping laws would confront more difficulties in the proposed CJK FTA..
25. Steven Jos Van Uytsel, The Complexity of Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage: An Inconvenient Truth in the Philippines and Malaysia, Legal Research Bulletin, 0, 2015.02.
26. Steven Jos Van Uytsel, The Japanese Leniency Program - Towards the End of the Cartel Archipelago, Cartels in Asia, 2015.01.
27. Steven Jos Van Uytsel, Geographical Indications in Japan: A New Start, SSRN, 0, 2015.01, [URL].
28. Ying Bi, Steven J. Van Uytsel, Could predatory pricing rules substitute for antidumping laws in the proposed China-Japan-Korea free trade agreement?, Social Science Japan Journal, 10.1093/ssjj/jyv010, 18, 2, 163-192, 2015, The proliferation of trade agreements heightens the interest in predatory pricing rules because of their possibility to replace antidumping laws. Successful practices have already been achieved in several regional trade agreements. The current paper focuses on the proposed China-Japan-Korea Free Trade Agreement (CJK FTA) and argues that substitution may be complicated by the presence of two different forms of predatory pricing: dominance-orientated predatory pricing and unfair predatory pricing. Reviewing the rules of the former fortifies the evidence that specific rules of competition law can substitute antidumping law. However, by exploring the rules of the latter, this conclusion is troubled. Unfair predatory pricing rules, as they exist in China, Japan, and Korea, are prone to protectionist abuse. Hence, efforts to harmonize predatory pricing rules so as to abolish antidumping laws would confront more difficulties in the proposed CJK FTA..
29. The Japanese Antimonopoly Law and its Leniency Program.
30. Steven Jos Van Uytsel, Leniency in Japan: An Empirical Survey of its Use, The Kyushu University Legal Research Bulletin, 2014.03, [URL].
31. Steven Jos Van Uytsel, Mark Fenwick, Stefan Wrbka, Networks and Networked Governance, Networked Govervance, Transnational Business and the Law, 2014.01.
32. Steven Jos Van Uytsel, The International Competition Network, Its Leniency Best Practice and Legitimacy: An Argument for Introducing a Review System, Networked Governance, Transnational Business and the Law, 185-230, 2014.01.
33. Steven Jos Van Uytsel, The CDCE and the WTO - in search of a meaningful role after China-Audiovisuals, Cultural Diversity in International Law - The Effectiveness of the UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, 40-53, 2014.01.
34. Sustainable Development: The Building of Important Link Points between the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions and the WTO .
35. Toshiyuki Kono and Steven Van Uytsel, The Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions: Trade Friendly or More?, The UNESCO Convention for the Promotion and Protection of Diversity of Cultural Expressions , 2012.09.
36. Steven Van Uytsel and Toshiyuki Kono, Intangible Cultural Heritage and the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, The UNESCO Convention for the Promotion and Protection of Diversity of Cultural Expressions, 2012.09.
37. Steven Van Uytsel, Hybridization of Competition Law Enforcement: Some Lessons From Japan’s Introduction of the Leniency Program , Asian Law Institute, 2012.08, [URL].
38. Steven Van Uytsel, Sustainable Development: Linking the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions to WTO?, Society of International Economic Law, 2012.07, [URL].
39. Stefan Wrbka, Steven Van Uytsel & Mathias Siems, Access to Justice and Collective Actions: Florence and Beyond, Collective Actions: Enhancing Access to Justice and Reconciling Multilayer Interests?, 1-19, 2012.04.
40. Steven Van Uytsel, Collective Actions, Access to Justice and Multilayer Interests: Enhancement and Reconciliation in the Field of Competition Law?,, 57, 2012.04.
41. Steven Van Uytsel, China’s Antimonopoly Law and Its Recurrence to Standards, Law and Development in Asia, 2012.01.
42. Steven Van Uytsel, Philosophies Behind the Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention: Equality in Heritage Protection, Community Recognition and Cultural Diversity, SSRN, 2012.01, [URL].
43. Steven J. Van Uytsel, Involving Cartel Members in the Enforcement of Competition Law
Japan as an Example, The Intellectual Property and International Trade Law Forum, 2012.
44. Steven J. Van Uytsel, Collective Actions
Enhancing Access-to-Justice in Competition Law?, COJ Comparative Law Journal, 3, 2011.12.
45. Steven Van Uytsel, International Competition Law – A Concept with Different Dimensions, Kyushu University Legal Research Bulletin, 1, 2011.09, [URL].
46. Steven Van Uytsel, Beyond the European Community Treaty Provisions: A Need to Question the Cassis de Dijon Rule of Reason in Wouters?, Hosei Kenkyuu, 76, 1-2, F1-248, 2009.12, [URL].
47. Steven J. Van Uytsel, Beyond the European community treaty provisions
a need to question the Cassis de Dijon rule of reason in Wouters?, 法政研究, 10.15017/15608, 76, 1, 248-205, 2009.10.
48. Conceptualizing International Competition Law.
49. Conceptualizing International Competition Law.
50. Steven Van Uytsel, A Comparative US and EU Perspective on the Japanese Antimonopoly Law’s Leniency Program, Hosei Kenkyuu, 75, 3, F1-186, 2008.12.
51. Steven J. Van Uytsel, A comparative US and EU perspective on the Japanese Antimonopoly Law's leniency program, 法政研究, 10.15017/13154, 75, 3, 728-671, 2008.12.