Reconceptualising Corporate Compliance: Responsibility, Freedom and the Law (Contemporary Studies in Corporate Law)De (autor) Anna Donovan
en Limba Engleză Hardback – 25 Mar 2021
Draws upon research within behavioural psychology to illustrate how reform both within and external to the firm should be structured to increase the likelihood of long-term behavioural change
Anna Donovan is Lecturer at the Faculty of Laws, University College London.
Interim Table of ContentsChapter 1: IntroductionChapter 2: Creative Compliance in PracticeChapter 3: Legitimacy and ComplianceChapter 4: Compliance, Predictability and the Market OrderChapter 5: The (Apparent) Equality Paradox: Privilege and ObligationChapter 6: Constructing Compliance: Corporate Norms and Professional AdviceChapter 7: Corporate Law and PersonhoodChapter 8: A Person without Personality? The Fiduciary Ladder of Corporate 'Personhood'Chapter 9: Why Gatekeepers are Not the (Only) AnswerChapter 10: Towards a New Corporate IntegrityChapter 11: Conclusion