Regulation and Business Behavior

Abstract

If socio-legal research has taught us anything, it is that legal coercion is expensive and difficult. Law can rarely hope to be meaningful and effective without the cooperation, indeed the normative accord, of the vast majority of populations it hopes to control. Thus after years of researching the behavior of regulatory agencies, regulatory scholars… (More)

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@inproceedings{Kagan2005RegulationAB, title={Regulation and Business Behavior}, author={Robert Kagan}, year={2005} }