Books or Treatises
Legal Innovations in Asia: Judicial Lawmaking and the Influence of Comparative Law (John O. Haley & Toshiko Takenaka eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014). 392 pages.
John O. Haley, Fundamentals of Transnational Litigation: The United States, Canada, Japan, and the European Union (2d ed., LexisNexis, 2014).
John O. Haley, Fundamentals of Transnational Litigation: The United States, Canada, Japan, and the European Union (LexisNexis, 2012). 958 pages.
John O. Haley, Antitrust in Germany and Japan: The First Fifty Years, 1947-1998 (University of Washington Press, 2001). 249 pages.
John Owen Haley, The Spirit of Japanese Law (University of Georgia Press, 1998). 251 pages.
John Henry Merryman, David S. Clark & John Owen Haley, The Civil Law Tradition: Europe, Latin America, and East Asia. Cases and Materials (LexisNexis, 1994). 1278 pages.
John Owen Haley, Authority Without Power: Law and the Japanese Paradox (Oxford University Press, 1991). 258 pages.
Peer Reviewed Journals & Law Reviews
John O. Haley, The Role of Courts in "'Making' Law in Japan: The Communitarian Conservatism of Japanese Judges, 22 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 491-503 (2013).
John O. Haley, Constitutional Adjudication in Japan: Context, Structures, and Values, 88 Wash. U. L. Rev. 1467-91 (2011).
John O. Haley, Introduction. Beyond Retribution: An Integrated Approach to Restorative Justice, 36 Wash. U. J. L. & Pol'y 1-16 (2011).
John O. Haley, Inside Japan's Community Controls: Lessons for America?, Responsive Community, Spring 1999, at 22-34.
John O. Haley, Apology and Pardon: Learning from Japan, 41 Am. Behav. Scientist 842-67 (1998), reprinted in Civic Repentance 97-120 (Amitai Etzioni ed., Rowman & Littlefield, 1999).
John Owen Haley, The Myth of the Reluctant Litigant, 4 J. Japanese Stud. 359-90 (1978).
John O. Haley, Japan: A Society of Rights?, in Legitimacy, Legal Development and Change: Law and Modernization Reconsidered 251-59 (David K. Linnan ed., Ashgate, 2012).
John Haley, Harmonized Rules, Peculiar Law: Recent Developments in Japanese [Competition] Law, in Towards WTO Competition Rules: Key Issues and Comments on the WTO Report (1998) on Trade and Competition 137-50 (Roger Zach ed., Kluwer Law International, 1999).
John Haley, Error, Irony and Convergence: A Comparative Study of the Origins and Development of Competition Policy in Postwar Germany and Japan, in Festschrift for Wolfgang Fikentscher 886-918 (Mohr Siebeck, 1998).