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► Full Reference: Frison-Roche, M.-A. (ed.), Compliance Tools, series "Régulations & Compliance", Journal of Regulation & Compliance (JoRC) & Bruylant, 2021.
This book in English is the first title of this collection integrally dedicated to Compliance Law, in that it is the extension of Regulation Law.
📚 This collection in English is articulated with a collection co-published between the Journal of Regulation & Compliance and Dalloz.
📕Thus, in parallel, a book in French, Les Outils de la Compliance is published.
📅 This book is published after a cycle of colloquiums organised by the Journal of Regulation & Compliance (JoRC) and Partners Universities.
► General Presentation of the collective book: The political dimension of Compliance Law lies in the goals it aims to achieve. To achieve them, the concern for these goals is internalized in "crucial operators", which may be obliged to concretize "monumental goals" set by public authorities. These public bodies control the Ex Ante reorganization that this implies for these companies and sanction Ex Post the possible inadequacy of the companies, which have become transparent to this end. The effectiveness and efficiency of this internalization, without which the statement of these goals is worth nothing, is based on the Compliance tools that are deployed.
These appear to be very diverse but their substantial unity (topic which will be the subject of a forthcoming book) makes it possible to study the tools put in place from a unique perspective, by not isolating them in a particular branch of Law, Criminal law or International Law for example, but by measuring what is common to them, notably Anticipation, Trust, Commitment, Responsibility, Incentive, and so on. If the Compliance tools vary, it is rather not only according to the sectors, finance and banking appearing then as the advanced point of the general Compliance Law, for example in environmental matters, but also according to the countries and the cultures. It is in fact about them that legal cultures seem to oppose.
The book aims to understand these "tools" by going beyond the description of each instrument, for which we already have many monographs, for analyzing them through the issues of Risks, required Expertises, Training. Sovereignty claims, Incentives, mechanical aptitude of Technologies. It is through these themes that are analyzed by the authors, experts in the field, what we always want to understand better: Compliance Programs, Whistle blowing, Mapping, Sanctions, Extraterritoriality, etc.
Read the summary of the book.
Read the foreword, summarizing all the contributions.
Présentation of the book contributions:
📝Burlingame, Coppens R., Power, N, Lee, D.H., Anti-Corruption Compliance: Global Dimension of Enforcement and Risk Management
📝Frison-Roche, M.-A., Describing, designing and correlating Compliance Tools to have a better use of it
📝Frison-Roche, M.-A., Drawing up Risk Maps as an obligation and the paradox of the "Compliance risks"
📝 Frison-Roche, M.-A., Incentives and Compliance, a couple to propel
📝 Frison-Roche, M.-A., Rights, primary and natural Compliance tools
📝 Frison-Roche, M.-A., Training: content and container of Compliance Law
📝 Granier, C., The Normative Originality of Compliance by Design
📝Guttierez-Crespin, A., Audit of Compliance Systems
📝 Koenigsberg, S. and Barrière, F., The Development of Attorney's Compliance Expertise
📝 Merabet, S., Morality by Design
📝 Salah, M., Conception and Application of Compliance in Africa
📝 Tardieu, H., Data Sovereignty and Compliance