Working Papers

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Working Papers

2019

Working Paper 1

Technical Standards in Health & Safety Regulation: Risk Regimes, the New Administrative Law, and Food Safety Governance

Timothy D. Lytton

Working Paper 2

Participation, Government Legitimacy, and Regulatory Compliance in Emerging Economies: A Firm-Level Field Experiment in Vietnam

Edmund Malesky and Markus Taussig

Working Paper 3

Political Control and Policymaking Uncertainty in Executive Orders: The Implementation of Environmental Justice Policy

Colin Provost and Brian J. Gerber

Working Paper 4

Disclosure-Driven Crime

Josephine S. Nelson

Working Paper 5

Nudging Corporate Compliance

Todd Haugh

Working Paper 6

From Nudge to Culture and Back Again: Coalface Governance in the Regulated Organization

Ruthanne Huising and Susan S. Silbey

Working Paper 7

Corporate Codes and Unethical Coding

Jonathan J. Rusch

Working Paper 8

Giving Voices to Values: Responsible Management as Facilitation of Ethical Voice

Carsten Tams and Mary C. Gentile

Working Paper 9

Who is the Client? Rethinking Professional Responsibility for Benefit Corporations

Joseph R. Pileri

Working Paper 10

Complex Compliance Investigations

Veronica Root Martinez

Working Paper 11

The Extended Corporate Mind: When Corporations Use AI to Break the Law

Mihailis E. Diamantis

Working Paper 12

The Corporate Conspiracy Vacuum

Josephine S. Nelson

Working Paper 13

The Power Few of Corporate Compliance

Todd Haugh

Working Paper 14

The Compliance Process

Veronica Root Martinez

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2018

Working Paper 1

The Law of the Test: Performance-Based Regulation and Diesel Control

Cary Coglianese and Jennifer Nash

Working Paper 2

Anti-Corruption Interventions in Development Aid: Is Corruption Reduced or Merely Displaced?

Elizabeth David-Barrett and Mihaly Fazekas

Working Paper 3

Does Enforcement Reduce Voluntary Tax Compliance?

Leandra Lederman

Working Paper 4

‘Death to the Corporation’: A Modest Proposal

David Whyte

Working Paper 5

Does Compliance Pay? Social Standards and Firm-Level Trade

Greg Distelhorst and Richard M. Locke

Working Paper 6

Exposing Private Third-Party Food Safety Auditors to Civil Liability for Negligence: Harnessing Private Law Norms to Regulate Private Governance

Timothy D. Lytton

Working Paper 7

From Nudge to Culture and Back Again: Coalface Governance in the Regulated Organization

Ruthanne Huising and Susan S. Silbey

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2017

Working Paper 1

Compliance, Deterrence and Beyond

Neil Gunningham

Working Paper 2

Motivating Process Compliance through Individual Electronic Monitoring

Bradley R. Staats, Hengchen Dai, David Hoffman, & Katherine L. Milkman

Working Paper 3

Coordinating Compliance

Working Paper 4

For Whom Does Deterrence Affect Behavior? Identifying Key Individual Differences

Working Paper 5

What Works? A systemic review of corporate crime deterrence

Working Paper 6

The Criminalization of Compliance

Working Paper 7

Behavioural Tradeoffs: Beyond the Land of Nudges Spans the World of Law and Psychology

Working Paper 8

Legal Design for the “Good Man”

Working Paper 9

Horizontal Monitoring in Austria: Perceptions of Tax Officers and Employees in Participating Enterprises

Working Paper 10

Creativity in Unethical Behavior Attenuates Condemnation and Breeds Social Contagion When Transgressions Seem to Create Little Harm

Working Paper 11

Divided Law Enforcement and the Public Stand: The Interplay of Role-Based Image Discrepancies and Ideologies

Working Paper 12

Procedural Justice and Legal Compliance

Working Paper 13

Anti-cartel thrillers as a new film genre: How regulator-produced films portray and problematize cartels and communicate deterrence

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