Corporate Lawbreaking and Interactive Compliance: Resolving the Regulation-Deregulation Dichotomy


As a follow-up to the editors' Interactive Corporate Compliance, this collection of essays details efforts that have been made to resolve differences between business and government. It studies ways in which interactive compliance has worked, and provides the means to discuss problems that still remain and how they can be solved. Among the topics covered are the corporate counsel's role in compliance, programs that confront middle managers with corporate criminals, and the educational failings of law and business schools. Specific experiments in corporate compliance from across the U.S. are also detailed.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Robert Abrams
  • Harvey L. Pitt
  • Karl A. Groskaufmanis
  • Jay A. Sigler
  • Louis S. Bezich
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1991


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