The Cambridge handbook of compliance

Contributor(s): van Rooij, Benjamin [Editor] | Sokol, D. Daniel [Editor] | Chatterjee, Chirantan [Chapter-author]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cambridge Cambridge University Press 2021Description: xvii, 1019 p.: ill. Includes referencesISBN: 9781108477123Subject(s): Business ethics | Commercial crime - Prevention | Compliance auditing | Consumer behaviourDDC classification: R FP 346.065 Summary: Compliance has become key to our contemporary markets, societies, and modes of governance across a variety of public and private domains. While this has stimulated a rich body of empirical and practical expertise on compliance, thus far, there has been no comprehensive understanding of what compliance is or how it influences various fields and sectors. The academic knowledge of compliance has remained siloed along different disciplinary domains, regulatory and legal spheres, and mechanisms and interventions. This handbook bridges these divides to provide the first one-stop overview of what compliance is, how we can best study it, and the core mechanisms that shape it. Written by leading experts, chapters offer perspectives from across law, regulatory studies, management science, criminology, economics, sociology, and psychology. This volume is the definitive and comprehensive account of compliance. Introduces extant literature from across different fields and synthesizes these works for researchers and practitioners Builds an integrated understanding of compliance that crosses disciplinary boundaries and corrects common misunderstandings Adopts a broad view of compliance that accounts for different types of rules and for both individual and organizational conduct https://www.cambridge.org/in/academic/subjects/law/corporate-law/cambridge-handbook-compliance?format=HB
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Chapter 64 is written by Prof. Chirantan Chatterjee

Table of Contents

Introduction : the Interaction between rules and behavior / Benjamin van Rooij and D. Daniel Sokol
Compliance as costs and benefits / Vikramaditya S. Khanna (University of Michigan)
The professionalization of compliance / Eugene Soltes (Harvard University)
From responsive regulation to ecological compliance : meta-regulation and the existential challenge of corporate compliance / Christine Parker (University of Melbourne)
Compliance as (behavioral) ethics / Yuval Feldman (Bar Ilan University) and Yotam Kaplan (Bar Ilan University)
Constructing the content and meaning of law and compliance / Shauhin Talesh (UC Irvine)
Compliance as operations management / Saed Alizamir (Yale University), Sang-Hyun Kim (Yale University), and Suresh Muthulingam (The Pennsylvania State University)
Compliance and contestation / Fiona Haines (University of Melbourne)
Compliance as management / Josephine Nelson (Villanova University)
Compliance as liability risk management / Donald Langvoort (Georgetown University)
Criminalized compliance / Todd Haugh (Indiana University)
Supply chain compliance / Li Chen (Cornell University), Hau L. Lee (Stanford University)
Regulatory compliance in global perspective : developing countries, emerging markets and the role of international development institutions / Florentin Blanc (OECD) and Giuseppa Ottimofiore (World Bank Group)
Deterrence theory : key findings and challenges / Alex Raskolnikov (Columbia University)
General deterrence, review with commentary on decision making / Greg Pogarsky (University at Albany SUNY)
Incarceration and Crime / Alex Piquero (U Miami)
Corporate crime deterrence / Melissa Rorie (University of Nevada Las Vegas) and Natalie Schell-Busey (Rowan University)
Deterrence perceptions / Robert Apel (Rutgers University)
Reputational effects of non-compliance with financial market regulations / Douglas Cumming (Florida Atlantic University), Robert Dannhauser (The Investment Integration Project) and Sofia Johan (Florida Atlantic University)
Deterrability and moral judgment / Arynn A. Infante (Portland State University) and Adam D. Fine (Arizona State University)
U.S. Debarment : an Introduction / John Pachter (Smith Pachter McWhorter PLC), Christopher Yukins (George Washington University), Jessica Tillipman (George Washington University)
Does tort deter? Inconclusive empirical evidence about the effect of liability in preventing harmful behaviour / Benjamin van Rooij and Megan Brownlee (University of Amsterdam and UC Irvine)
Crowding-out effects of laws, policies and incentives on compliant behavior / Christopher P. Reinders Folmer (University of Amsterdam)
Financial incentives for whistleblowers : a short survey / Gianca Spagnolo, (Stockholm School of Economics, University of Rome) and Theo Nyreröd (EconAnalysis AB)
Designing corporate leniency programs / Miriam Baer (Brooklyn Law School)
Incentive contracts / Jesse Bull (Florida International University)
Procedural justice and legal compliance / Daniel Nagin (Carnegie Melon University) and Cody Telep (Arizona State University)
Social norm and persuasion / Jessica Nolan (University of Scranton), Kenny Wallen (University of Arkansas, Monticello)
Social contagion and goal framing theory / Frédérique Six (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Kees Keizer (University of Groningen), Siegwart Lindenberg (University of Groningen)
Shaming and compliance / Judith van Erp (Utrecht University)
Neutralization / Stephanie Cardwell (University of Queensland, The University of Texas at San Antonio), Heith Copes (University of Alabama, Birmingham)
Do people know the law? Empirical evidence about legal knowledge and its implications for compliance / Benjamin van Rooij (University of Amsterdam and UC Irvine)
Self-control and offending / Travis Pratt (University of Cincinnati), Kristin Lloyd (Florida State University)
Substance abuse, self-control and crime / Emmeke B. Kooistra (University of Amsterdam)
The opportunity approach to compliance / Benjamin van Rooij (University of Amsterdam and UC Irvine), Adam Fine (Arizona State University)
Heuristics and biases in the criminology of compliance / Greg Pogarsky (University at Albany SUNY)
Prospect theory and tax compliance / Stephan Muehlbacher (Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences)
Nudging compliance / Elena Kantorowicz-Reznichenko (Erasmus University Rotterdam) and Liam Wells Reznichenko (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Compliance management systems : do they make a difference / Cary Coglianese (University of Pennsylvania), Jennifer Nash (Harvard University)
Business codes : a review of the literature / Muel Kapteijn (Erasmus University)
Third party and appointed monitors / Veronica Root Martinez (Notre Dame University)
Ethics and compliance training / David Hess (University of Michigan)
The social and organizational psychology of compliance : how organizational culture impacts on (un)ethical behavior / Elianne F. van Steenbergen, Naomi Ellemers (Utrecht University)
Organizational traits and deviance : influences of negative leadership, dysfunctional employees, and toxic work environments / Noor de Bruijn (University of Amsterdam)
Corporate social responsibility in environmental, social and governance matters and compliance / Elizabeth Pollman (Penn)
Agency, authority and compliance / Sean Griffith (Fordham University)
Life course criminology and corporate offending / Arjan Blokland (Leiden University), Marieke Kluin (Leiden University), Wim Huisman (Free University of Amsterdam)
Laboratory experiments / James Alm (Tulane University) Matthias Kasper (Tulane University)
Compliance experiments in the field : features, limitations, and examples / Dane Thorley (Brigham Young University)
Naming and shaming : evidence from event studies / John Armour (University of Oxford), Colin Mayer (University of Oxford), Andrea Polo (Luiss University, Pompeu Fabra University, EIEF, Barcelona GSE)
Validity concerns about self-reported surveys on rule compliance / Henk Elffers (Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement)
Factorial surveys and crime vignettes / Nicole Piquero (University of Texas, Dallas), Vrishali Kanvinde (University of Texas, Dallas), Whitney Sanders (University of Texas, Dallas)
Ethnography and case studies / Garry Gray (University of Victoria)
Policy evaluation / Saba Siddiki (Syracuse University
Strengthening tax compliance by balancing authorities' power and trustworthiness / (Erich Kirchler, University of Vienna)
Compliance in occupational safety and health / John Mendeloff (University of Pittsburgh)
Intellectual property compliance : systematic methods for building and using intellectual property / Richard Gruner (John Marshall), Jay Kesan (University of Illinois)
Insider trading compliance programs / Steve Bainbridge (UCLA)
Antitrust compliance : collusion / Johannes Paha (University of Giessen) and Florence Thepot (Glasgow University)
Understanding aI collusion and compliance / Justin Johnson (Cornell) D. Daniel Sokol (University of Florida)
HIPAA compliance / Stacey Tovino (University of Nevada Las Vegas)
Biopharmaceutical compliance / Jordan Paradise (Loyola University Chicago School of Law)
Transnational anti-bribery law / Kevin Davis (NYU) and Veronica Root Martinez (Notre Dame)
Data security, data breaches, and compliance / Chirantan Chatterjee (IIMA) and D. Daniel Sokol (University of Florida)
Doping in sports : a compliance conundrum / Jeff Cisyk and Pascal Courty (University of Victoria)
Food safety / Donald Macrae, Florentin Blanc (OECD)
Global supply chain auditing / Galit A. Sarfaty (University of British Columbia)
Human rights / Wim Huisman (Free University of Amsterdam)

Compliance has become key to our contemporary markets, societies, and modes of governance across a variety of public and private domains. While this has stimulated a rich body of empirical and practical expertise on compliance, thus far, there has been no comprehensive understanding of what compliance is or how it influences various fields and sectors. The academic knowledge of compliance has remained siloed along different disciplinary domains, regulatory and legal spheres, and mechanisms and interventions. This handbook bridges these divides to provide the first one-stop overview of what compliance is, how we can best study it, and the core mechanisms that shape it. Written by leading experts, chapters offer perspectives from across law, regulatory studies, management science, criminology, economics, sociology, and psychology. This volume is the definitive and comprehensive account of compliance.
Introduces extant literature from across different fields and synthesizes these works for researchers and practitioners
Builds an integrated understanding of compliance that crosses disciplinary boundaries and corrects common misunderstandings
Adopts a broad view of compliance that accounts for different types of rules and for both individual and organizational conduct

https://www.cambridge.org/in/academic/subjects/law/corporate-law/cambridge-handbook-compliance?format=HB

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