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Short-Changing Compliance

John Armour, Jeffrey N. Gordon, Geeyoung Min
2018 Social Science Research Network  
As a result, both managers and markets are likely myopic about compliance. How can this problem be resolved for the benefit of society and shareholders?  ...  Directors in theory face liability for compliance oversight failures, but only if so egregious as to amount to bad faith. ubiquitous stock-based compensation for both managers and directors, has now become  ...  Conversely, it follows that managers of high-risk firms will choose only to invest !  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3244167 fatcat:xl5j6hkkf5aktimf5ak37wxere

Trade-Control Compliance in SMEs: Do Decision-Makers and Supply Chain Position Make a Difference?

Christian Hauser
2021 Journal of Business Ethics  
Conversely, uninformed decision-making leads to a disproportionate response resulting in an inadequately reduced scope of the compliance program.  ...  Based on a sample of 289 SMEs, the findings show that the organizational responses of SMEs reflect proportionate adjustments to regulatory pressures but only if decision-makers are well informed and aware  ...  Moreover, the author would like to extend his sincere appreciation to section editor Julia Roloff and three anonymous referees for their thorough guidance, inspiration, and ideas.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10551-021-04825-0 fatcat:uujtioze3neq3az3kuj3liormu

New Governance, Compliance, and Principles-Based Securities Regulation

Cristie L. Ford
2008 American Business Law Journal  
Values platform encompassing its RICE (Respect, Integrity, Communication, and Excellence) values statement, was once cited as a model corporate code of ethics.  ...  to regulate SMEs is limited, regulators may harness a credible third party to play a surrogate regulatory role.  ...  Additionally, the enforced selfregulation model is useful primarily for large firms with the internal compliance capacity to develop a comprehensive set of compliance rules and to self-monitor for compliance  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1744-1714.2008.00050.x fatcat:7hko3xkmmbhnzdsa2avfpkaq6a

The Future of Transnational Self-Regulation Enforcement and Compliance in Professional Services

Panagiotis Delimatsis
2017 Social Science Research Network  
The increased expansion of economic activity beyond national borders leads to a shift of regulatory power.  ...  Powerful professional associations have been thereby created, which, depending on the services subsector (e.g. legal, engineering or advertising services), are the final masters of access to and practice  ...  of the legal profession and a dramatic transformation of the self-regulatory model.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2954143 fatcat:e434sq2c7vfjfnqpkmondylv2a

Patterns in Professional Roles: Sustainability Narratives

Susan E. Mate
2014 Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society  
However, business students continue to be taught classic commercial business principles that predominately value profit and performance, resulting in a significant skill shortage for businesses embracing  ...  The aim of this project is to blueprint a cutting-edge commerce degree that fills this skill shortage by developing an Integrated Business Education Model with extensive literature review and consultation  ...  Responsiveness, a combination of legal compliance and stakeholder management, is the minimum standard for CSR.  ... 
doi:10.5840/iabsproc20142527 fatcat:z4qpfj2vejcphipajko5ydh7jq

Belgium: Detailed Assessment of Compliance with the Basel Core Principles for Effective Banking Supervision

International Monetary Fund
2013 IMF Staff Country Reports  
In addition to substantial regulatory changes, the supervisory authorities have also had to adjust to the challenges of transition wrought by re-design of the regulatory architecture and the move of prudential  ...  The NBB needs to be able to rely on its supervisory processes to guide its decision making in order to manage such reallocation in a fully risk-focused manner.  ...  manner and in compliance with supervisory and regulatory requirements.  ... 
doi:10.5089/9781484351758.002 fatcat:ynsixfm7s5avfkp2p7gibce6t4

In the Minds of Men: A Theory of Compliance with the Laws of War

William C. Bradford
2004 Social Science Research Network  
to bear management costs. 111 For MT scholars, IHL is just another legal regime, and proper management is key to its effectiveness.  ...  vulnerable to self-serving interpretations. 199 Managerialism The assumption that states comply with law because well-articulated and -managed legal regimes facilitate their collective interest  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.555894 fatcat:ezg3kahvdreuxb4f776k4pjyfy

Homomorphic Encryption: The 'Holy Grail' for Big Data Analytics and Legal Compliance in the Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Sector?

M. Corrales Compagnucci, J. Meszaros, T. Minssen, A. Arasilango, T. Ous, M. Rajarajan
2019 European Pharmaceutical Law Review  
Then, they anonymise or pseudonymise the data using various tools and techniques. These methods often use powerful algorithms to ensure a high level of security.  ...  Homomorphic Encryption (HE) has recently been touted as the 'Holy Grail' of cryptography since it allows the analysis of big data sets without ever needing to decrypt and thus compromising the confidentiality  ...  Data are extracted and categorised using various techniques to identify and analyse behavioural information and patterns. 2 other words, big data analytics is about harnessing the power of big data 3  ... 
doi:10.21552/eplr/2019/4/5 fatcat:gbtity3r5rd5tlf4pxqadb5m3a

Integrating Fields in Sport Law: Using theO'brien v. Ohio State UniversityCase to Teach Principles of Contract Law, NCAA Compliance, and International Arbitration

Anastasios Kaburakis, Linda A. Sharp, David A. Pierce
2011 Sport Management Education Journal  
Bagley, in her book entitled Winning Legally (2005), discussed a variety of ways in which businesses can use the law to create value, marshal resources, and manage risk.  ...  can be used to create value for an organization as well as manage risk.  ... 
doi:10.1123/smej.5.1.79 fatcat:slyhcjszyjgwvbeox4qrzvpfta

Dark Patterns and the Legal Requirements of Consent Banners: An Interaction Criticism Perspective [article]

Colin M. Gray, Cristiana Santos, Nataliia Bielova, Michael Toth, Damian Clifford
2020 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we draw together perspectives and commentary from HCI, design, privacy and data protection, and legal research communities, using the language and strategies of "dark patterns" to perform  ...  We conclude with opportunities for transdisciplinary dialogue across legal, ethical, computer science, and interactive systems scholarship to translate matters of ethical concern into public policy.  ...  legal experts to verify compliance of consent banner design.  ... 
arXiv:2009.10194v1 fatcat:zo4hmxvkezeldaxnfh4ucvyr7y

Does Access to Justice Improve Countries' Compliance with Human Rights Norms?

Samuel P. Baumgartner
2010 Social Science Research Network  
3 and the level of development as measured by GDP per capita by the World Bank. 13 4 Conversely, I expect internal and external armed conflict 13 5 and population size 13 6 to adversely affect compliance  ...  Turning to civil rights, we observe a similar pattern.  ...  Ideally, one would thus want to use an ordered logit or probit model. 243 However, such a model is known to be biased when fixed effects are included in finite samples. 2 44 1 thus complement the linear  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1621821 fatcat:zcghlnt2jbfydftp6icdkitysq

Socialization Trouble. European Populist States and Compliance with Human Rights Norms

Przemyslaw Tacik
2021 Revue québécoise de droit international  
The same report also states that there has been a 16% increase in right-wing extremist crime between 2007 and 2008.  ...  However, the report does indicate that there have been 37 cases of violent crime and 111 threats with extreme right-wing characteristics.  ...  management posts.  ... 
doi:10.7202/1079422ar fatcat:t4syslkhxnaatkjpundz6jkffq

Designing Compliance Patterns: Integrating Value Modeling, Legal Interpretation and Argument Schemes for Legal Risk Management

Robert Kevin Muthuri Kiriinya
To all those who can't access justice owing to the complexity of our legal systems!  ...  To my late grandma Marion, you will always remain my watchtower! To my mother, my everything and my pillar of strength!  ...  THESIS CONTRIBUTIONS 13 pliance patterns: harnessing value modeling and legal interpretation to manage regulatory conversations.  ... 
doi:10.6092/unibo/amsdottorato/8268 fatcat:s7nnvpbyo5d7tbrsrw2trudjci

Policy Forum: Promoting Tax Compliance by Regulating the Digital Economy—Quebec's Uber Initiative

Michaël Robert-Angers, Luc Godbout
2021 Canadian Tax Journal  
Digital business models facilitate transactions between individuals and make it easier to conduct business abroad without the need for a physical presence.  ...  In Quebec, the context surrounding the legalization of the operations of the multinational Uber has led to an agreement between the company and the provincial government providing that Uber will carry  ...  1 While there is a progressive income tax in Canada, progressivity, or vertical equity, is but one of the goals of the tax system, which include horizontal equity, neutrality, revenue generation, and efficiency  ... 
doi:10.32721/ fatcat:ye6uy62gozd5zhifu2gxarq5cq

Macro-patterns of normative order [chapter]

John Braithwaite
2022 Macrocriminology and Freedom  
The major drivers are consistent with the regional pattern: armed violence waged between political factions with contesting views about how to respond to the postcolonial grievances of former slaves and  ...  The regional problem is not limited to the former Spanish, Portuguese and French colonies.  ...  Just as a more responsive FBI and a more responsive criminology might have convened the right kinds of regulatory conversations to stop the rot of this financial market crime before it cascaded to crisis  ... 
doi:10.22459/mf.2021.03 fatcat:3njrpgcdm5aadjifkaqjxooxou
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