Compliance: Regulation and Environment by Bridget M. HutterCompliance: Regulation and Environment by Bridget M. Hutter

Compliance: Regulation and Environment

byBridget M. Hutter

Hardcover | May 1, 1997

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Regulation touches upon areas of vital importance to our lives and the economy, but it is still very much a 'grey area' of criminal law and social control, subject to very little academic scrutiny. This book combines an analysis of the broader structural factors which influence regulation andits definition at the everyday level with a discussion of empirical data, to reach a thorough understanding of the subject. The empirical data focuses on the regulation of economic activities in the areas of occupational health and safety and the environment in England and Wales in the 1980s.
Bridget M. Hutter is a Lecturer in Sociology at London School of Economics.
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Title:Compliance: Regulation and EnvironmentFormat:HardcoverDimensions:302 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.79 inPublished:May 1, 1997Publisher:Oxford University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198264755

ISBN - 13:9780198264750

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Table of Contents

List of Tables, Statutes and CasesPart 1. : Setting the Scene1. Organizing Themes and Concepts2. The Health and Safety ExecutivePart 2: Defining Compliance3. The Legal and Administrative Framework4. The Working Definition of CompliancePart 3: Monitoring Compliance5. Inspectors Take the Initiative: Proactive Methods6. Responding to Complaints and AccidentsPart 4: Interactions Between Inspectors and the Regulators7. Whose Compliance?8. Compliance as a Process of EnforcementPart 5: Conclusion9. ConclusionAppendix: The Organization of Data CollectionBibliographyIndex

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`Anyone who thinks regulatory 'compliance' is a clear-cut phenomenon, capable of being easily defined and measured, has been reading too many self-congratulatory reports by regulatory agencies and needs to read this book.'Christopher Hood, New Institutionalism and Organisational Theory: A Review Article.