Introduction: Compliance and Its Measurement Benjamin van Rooij and Melissa Rorie; Part I. The Compliance Industry, the State, and Measurement Needs: 2. Legal and Regulatory Use and Measurement of Compliance Programs Hui Chen; 3. Measuring Compliance in the Age of Governance: How the Governance Turn Has Impacted Compliance Measurement by the State Karin van Wingerde and Lieselot Bisschop; 4. Understanding the Role of Power Distributions in Compliance Todd Haugh; Part II. Quantitative Approaches to Measuring Corporate Compliance: 5. Self-Report Surveys and Factorial Survey Instruments Melissa Rorie; 6. The Use of Randomized Experiments for Assessing Corporate Compliance Melissa Rorie; 7. A Practical Way to Measure Corporate Compliance Efforts Ricardo Pellafone; 8. Measuring Compliance Risk and the Emergence of Analytics Eugene Soltes; 9. Using Regulatory Inspection Data to Measure Environmental Compliance Sarah Stafford; 10. Using Outcomes to Measure Aggregate-Level Compliance: Justifications, Challenges, and Practices Florentin Blanc and Paola Coletti; Part III. Qualitative Approaches to Measuring Corporate Compliance: 11. Engaging Qualitative Research Approaches to Investigate Compliance Motivations: Understanding the How and Why of Compliance Sara R. Rinfret and Michelle C. Pautz; 12. Admitting noncompliance: Interview strategies for assessing undetected legal deviance Benjamin van Rooij and Melissa Rorie; 13. Compliance Ethnography: What gets lost in compliance measurement Benjamin van Rooij, Yunmei Wu and Na Li; Part IV. Mixed Methods and Building on Existing Compliance Research: 14. Mixing and Combining Research Strategies and Methods to Understand Compliance Nicholas Lord and Aleksandra Jordanoska; 15. Using Meta-Analysis/Systematic Review to Examine Corporate Compliance Natalie Schell-Busey; 16. Data Simulations as a Means of Improving Compliance Measurement Matthew P. West and Melissa Rorie.
Measuring Corporate Compliance is a 'one-stop-shop' for individuals looking to assess the effectiveness of compliance programs and policies.
Melissa Rorie is an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas (UNLV). Her research predominantly examines the impact of formal and informal controls on corporate and white-collar offending as well as theoretical explanations for elite crime and corporate noncompliance. Benjamin van Rooij is Professor of Law and Society at the Faculty of Law, University of Amsterdam and Global Professor of Law at the University of California, Irvine. His research focuses on individual differences in compliance, toxic corporate culture, and assumptions about behavioral change.
'Few subjects are as critical as the fairness and reliability of
regulatory compliance to securing the legitimacy of democratic
governance. Measuring Compliance tackles the too often overlooked
yet fundamental challenge of addressing corporate crime that
systematically undermines citizens' confidence in government. Here
is a collection of cutting-edge research, offering a handbook of
essential methods for identifying and promoting more consistent
regulatory compliance in the too illusive phenomena of corporate
misbehavior. The editors have provided not only a welcome set of
tools but a marvelous read as well.' Susan Silbey, Leon and Anne
Goldberg Professor of Sociology and Anthropology; Behavioral and
Policy Sciences, MIT Sloan School of Management, M.I.T.
'Anyone who considers measuring corporate compliance should read this book first: it offers an accessible and state-of-the-art treasure trove of concepts, methods and ideas for measuring compliance successfully.' Muel Kaptein, Professor in Business Ethics, Erasmus University Rotterdam
'Reducing the amount of harm that corporations impose on society has proved to be a challenging task for everyone concerned. This important book on measuring corporate compliance provides researchers, prosecutors, regulators and policy makers with an arsenal of strategies and techniques to assess the effectiveness of corporate compliance programs and thereby reduce corporate misbehavior while promoting responsible corporate governance' Michael L. Benson, Professor Emeritus and Senior Research Associate, School of Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati
'Melissa Rorie and Benjamin van Rooij have edited a must-read primer for anyone interested in compliance management systems. It is a call and a platform for better understanding of compliance and its measurement in the context of cooperate crime and misconduct prevention.' David Levi-Faur, Professor in Political Science, Hebrew University, founding editor of Regulation & Governance