Business Responses to Regulation
Edited by Christine Parker and Vibeke Lehmann Nielsen
Explaining Compliance consists of sixteen specially commissioned chapters by the world’s leading empirical researchers, examining whether and how businesses comply with regulation that is designed to affect positive behaviour changes.
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- Explaining Compliance Business Responses to Regulation
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Fear, Duty, and Regulatory Compliance: Lessons from Three Research Projects
- Chapter 3: Motivating Compliance: Economic and Material Motives for Compliance
- Chapter 4: The Psychology of Self-Regulation: Normative Motivations for Compliance
- Chapter 5: To Comply or Not to Comply – That Isn’t the Question: How Organizations Construct the Meaning of Compliance
- Chapter 6: The Other Side of the Compliance Relationship
- Chapter 7: Beyond Compliance: Explaining Business Participation in Voluntary Environmental Programs
- Chapter 8: Internal Corporate Compliance Management Systems: Structure, Culture and Agency
- Chapter 9: Strategizing Compliance and Enforcement: Responsive Regulation and Beyond
- Chapter 10: Regulatory Enforcement Styles and Compliance
- Chapter 11: Voluntary Programs, Regulatory Compliance and the Regulation Dilemma
- Chapter 12: Individuals as Enforcers: The Design of Employee Reporting Systems
- Chapter 13: Facing the Compliance Challenge: Hercules, Houdini or the Charge of the Light Brigade?
- Chapter 14: Negotiating Social, Economic and Political Environments: Compliance with Regulation Within and Beyond the State
- Chapter 15: Naming and Shaming in Regulatory Enforcement
- Chapter 16: The Impact of Private, Industry and Transnational Civil Society Regulation and their Interaction with Official Regulation
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Chapter 1: Introduction
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