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Legal Tech and the New Sharing Economy

  • Compagnucci M
  • Kono T
  • Teramoto S
  • et al.
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The aim of this series is to provide a forum for the publication of cutting-edge research in the fields of innovation and the law from a Japanese and Asian perspective. The series will cut across the traditional sub-disciplines of legal studies but will be tied together by a focus on contemporary developments in an innovation-driven economy and will deepen our understanding of the various regulatory responses to these economic and social changes. The series editor and editorial board carefully assess each book proposal and sample chapters in terms of their relevance to law, business, and innovative technological change. Each proposal is evaluated on the basis of its academic value and distinctive contribution to the fast-moving debate in these fields.

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Compagnucci, M. C., Kono, T., Teramoto, S., & Vermeulen, E. P. M. (2020). Legal Tech and the New Sharing Economy. (M. Corrales Compagnucci, N. Forgó, T. Kono, S. Teramoto, & E. P. M. Vermeulen, Eds.) (p. 225). Springer Singapore. Retrieved from http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-981-15-1350-3

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