Corporate Regulation: Beyond 'Punish or Persuade'

Corporate Regulation: Beyond 'Punish or Persuade'

Corporate Regulation: Beyond 'Punish or Persuade'

Corporate Regulation: Beyond 'Punish or Persuade'

Synopsis

Corporate Regulation provides an in-depth examination of what changes in contemporary capitalism mean for regulatory policy-making and the social science study of regulation. Haines draws inspiration from Marx, Weber, and organization theory, as well as criminology, to encourage theoreticians and policy-makers to broaden their conception of the problem of regulation. She argues for a new view of regulation which accounts for the ways in which changing economic circumstances, such as contracting-out, privatization, and globalization, affect the ethics of corporate behavior.
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