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Compliance, or the behavioral response to legal rules, has become an important topic for academics and practitioners. A large body of work exists that describes different influences on business compliance, but a fundamental challenge remains: how to measure compliance or noncompliance behavior itself? Without proper measurement, it's impossible to evaluate existing management and regulatory enforcement practices. Measuring Compliance provides the first comprehensive overview of different approaches that are or could be used to measure compliance by business organizations. The book addresses the strengths and weaknesses of various methods and offers both academics and practitioners guidance on which measures are best for different purposes. In addition to understanding the importance of measuring compliance and its potential negative effects in a variety of contexts, readers will learn how to collect data to answer different questions in the compliance domain, and how to offer suggestions for improving compliance measurement.
The most comprehensive and systematic study of the impact of AI on private law, this volume uses an interdisciplinary and comparative approaches. It is timely, as various organizations and nations are drafting regulations, guidelines, and principles to address the use of AI in a wide range of areas.
Covering expert reports of nineteen jurisdictions across four continents, this Handbook re-examines the positions of shareholders in a comparative, global, and empirical setting. Useful for researchers, policymakers, and corporate professionals, it shows how shareholders use their voting rights to finance the activities of their companies.
A reference work on the theoretical foundations of sanctioning that reviews the practice of nineteen countries, this handbook will be used by law and business academics, students, practicing lawyers, and enforcers from all over the world who are interested in competition law and policy, and in sanctioning policies in general.
This book is for scholars and practitioners across all disciplines who are interested in understanding and rethinking the management and governance of many kinds of shared resources, including natural resources, digital resources, knowledge and intellectual resources, and housing and other urban infrastructure, among others.
The connection between organized labor and democracy in contemporary global politics is not well understood. This handbook fills that gap by exploring the role of labor in constructing democratic regimes; deepening democracy by expanding social and economic citizenship rights; and defending democracy against authoritarian challenges.
What makes some goods and services fundamentally public and why? Sometimes public entities are superior because of the quality of their decisions or the fairness of their decision-making procedures. At other times, they have intrinsic value. This volume explores the justifications for public provision and the justifications for state's authority.
This book gives legal practitioners, academics, and law students a comprehensive look at the main impacts of artificial intelligence use in legal practice. Contributors identify the main challenges surrounding a legally compliant and ethical development of AI and craft a framework for analyzing the costs and benefits of new technology.
Promoting entrepreneurial action is a fundamental goal of the U.S. legal system. Assembling legal experts from diverse fields, this volume examines how law facilitates or impedes entrepreneurial action. The book is a definitive source for students, academics, policy makers, and practitioners.
Exploring the often-neglected social dimension of sustainability and its relationship to human rights and environmental justice, this book is a resource for scholars, students and practitioners. It examines intersecting forms of oppression that produce environmental injustice, including subordination based on gender, race, poverty, and indigeneity.
This multi-disciplinary Handbook examines human health research and its regulation. It uses real world examples - research using patient data, tissue and other human materials - to explore current challenges in delivering good medical research for the public good. Practical recommendations for real-world situations are a key feature of the book.
Combining conceptual insights with empirical data, this handbook explains what compliance is, what mechanisms and interventions shape it, how it is studied, and how it functions in practice across different sectors. It is for academics studying compliance and regulation and professionals managing compliance systems or forms of regulatory oversight.
With contributions from over thirty leading scholars and senior regulators from around the world, this book is for anyone interested in effective models for financial regulation. It provides a scholarly, multi-disciplinary, cross-jurisdictional and internationally comparative examination of current trends, with an emphasis on the Twin Peaks model.
Featuring thirty-five chapters from US, EU, and Asian scholars, this volume explores how algorithms are not only challenging current law, but also the foundations of society itself. The book's interdisciplinary approach makes it a key resource for scholars of law, information and computer science, and engineering, as well as legislators.
This is the only comprehensive book on consumer privacy. It brings together world-class and highly diverse scholars, activists, business leaders, and policymakers. It is the only volume that readers need to consult to learn why consumer privacy is hotly debated and how progress can be made on the key issues.
This Handbook addresses, conceptually and practically, what the sharing economy means for law and how law, in turn, is shaping the sharing economy. It will appeal to an interdisciplinary audience of scholars and students studying the burgeoning sharing economy, along with policy makers, legislators, and regulators across multiple jurisdictions.
This volume is a guide for scholars, policymakers, attorneys, teachers, judges, and students interested in the theories, policies, and doctrines of copyright law. Featuring experts from around the world, the handbook offers a systematic, comparative study of copyright in major jurisdictions including the United States, the European Union, and China.
This volume provides a comprehensive collection of essays on police and policing, written by leading experts in political theory, sociology, criminology, economics, law, public health, and critical theory. This accessible, interdisciplinary work will be valuable for anyone interested in understanding the present and future of policing in the US.
In this timely work, leading labor scholars analyze the decline in unions and offer a variety of innovative law reforms to reverse that trend. It will appeal to academics and students in law, economics, public policy, and industrial relations, as well as policymakers and practitioners interested in labor questions.