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Organizational Challenges to Regulatory Enforcement and Compliance: A New Common Sense About Regulation

by Susan S Silbey SAGE Publications, Inc
Pub Date:
08/2013
ISBN:
9781483345086
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Pbk 184 pages
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Postcard: The Annals v649See final pass of 1137060 Front Cover (Please use journal cover for Annals Volume 649) Organizational Challenges to Regulatory Enforcement and Compliance: A New Common Sense about Regulation THE ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social ScienceSeptember 2013, Volume 649 Special Editor: Susan S. Silbey Following a series of global financial and economic crises at the end of the first decade of the twenty-first century, we hear renewed calls for increased government regulation of the economy (including finance, banking, insurance, communications, environment, and employment) as a necessary safeguard against the excesses of exuberant capitalism. At the same time, opponents argue that government regulation not only dampens market efficiencies and hinders economic growth in general but specifically encourages the predatory and fraudulent practices responsible for the recent Great Recession. This volume of The ANNALS analyzes the bodies of scholarship on regulation as well as the empirical models and policy advice that have both fueled and responded to conventional public regulation by rethinking these paradigms from the perspective of the regulated organizations and mdash;in all their diversity and complexity. These articles examine three features of the contemporary situation that demand new ways of looking at the processes and prospects of regulation: experiences with innovative regulatory models propagated as risk management; failures of organizational self-governance; and new forms of networked and dispersed global organizations. We suggest that a new common sense about regulation acknowledges the ubiquity of legal regulation and the contextual conditions that frame the normative interpretations, the global circulation of regulation that has transformed its scale, and finally the role of the organization as the locus of regulation. Paperback: $35.00, Sale Price $28.00, ISBN: TKHardcover: $48.00, Sale Price $38.40, ISBN: TK Visit sagepub.com/annals and enter priority code 1137069

Organizational Challenges to Regulatory Enforcement and Compliance: A New Common Sense about Regulation - Susan S. SilbeySelf-Regulation in the Regulatory Void: aBlue Moona or aBad Moona? - Jodi ShortThree Risks, One Solution? Exploring the Relationship between Risk and Regulation - Fiona HainesVoting with Your Fork: Industrial Free-Range Eggs and the Regulatory Construction of Consumer Choice - Christine ParkerInnovation-Framing Regulation - Cristie FordRegulating Performance Enhancing Technologies: A Comparison of Professional Cycling and Derivatives Trading - Nancy Reichman and Ophir SefihaEnforcing Food Quality and Safety Standards in Brazil: The Case of COBRACANA - Salo CoslovskyResilience in the Middle: Contributions of Regulated Organizations to Regulatory Success - Carol A. Heimer Constructing Consequences for Noncompliance: The Case of Academic Laboratories - Ruthanne Huising and Susan S. SilbeyIs Democratic Regulation of High Finance Possible? - Matthew Desmond