be reduced to some dollar amount), interactive compliance will be discounted as yet another proposal that was interesting in theory, but impracticable or unfeasible in actual practice.
In such a setting it is not enough that interactive compliance be offered as one alternative to the existing system of government regulation. Interactive compliance must be "sold" to the students. An argument based on the ethical underpinnings of compliance and of our system of government regulation will not sell. Instead, the competitive advantages that a cooperative and interactive system can bring must be shown and emphasized. Only then will the competitors who now populate our business schools buy it.