Measuring Compliance in the 21st Century

June 12, 2018
UCI School of Law
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ComplianceNet's annual conference will allow scholars from across disciplines and different legal and regulatory topics to exchange research and explore connections for collaboration.

This first conference, hosted at UCI School of Law, will focus on measuring compliance. It seeks to explore the strengths and limitations of various approaches, to identify how measurement strategies have shaped compliance management and law enforcement practices, and to understand how we can improve measurement, for instance through new technology and combining methods. Submissions do not need to align with the meeting theme, but we encourage you to consider relating to it. Of course, this inaugural conference also invites paper abstracts and panel proposals covering any issue in the broad study of compliance (defined as the interaction between law and both human and organizational behavior). The conference is also open to scholars and other experts who want to attend without presenting a paper.

The conference will also host the first business meeting of ComplianceNet, during which members will discuss future activities and the governance structure of the network.

We look forward to seeing everyone in June!

If you have any questions, please contact Benjamin van Rooij, Adam Fine, or Yuval Feldman.

Featured Speakers Include:

Florentin Blanc, World Bank Group

Doron Dorfman, Stanford Law School

Yuval Feldman, Bar-Ilan University

Todd Haugh, Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Geeyoung Min, Columbia Law School

Colin Provost, School of Public Policy, University College London

Alex Raskolnikov, Columbia Law School

Melissa L. Rorie, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Daniel Sokol, University of Florida

Eugene Soltes, Harvard Business School

Judith van Erp, Utrecht University, Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance