responsive regulation

Reciprocity at the frontline: responsible relational regulation in Australia and South Korea

Reciprocity pervades regulation. We often observe that regulators’ forbearance gives regulatees a chance to reciprocate with reform or compliance. Citizens’ obedience to the law or regulation is reciprocating legitimate regulation as well as fellow citizens’ conformity to the regulatory regime. Sometimes it is indirectly exercised as the extent of regulatory cooperation is observed and recalled by wider publics who are inclined to cooperate, without direct encounters, with a cooperator whilst punishing a non-cooperator.

The ATO Compliance Model in Action: A Case Study of Building and Construction

Author/s (editor/s):

Shover, Neal
Job, Jennifer Ann
Carroll, Anne

Publication year:

2003

Publication type:

Book chapter

Cite the publication as

Shover, Neal, Jenny Job, and Anne Carroll, 2003. ‘The ATO compliance model in action: A case study of building and construction.’ In Taxing democracy: Understanding tax avoidance and evasion, edited by Valerie Braithwaite, 159-176. Ashgate Publishing Ltd.

Restorative and responsive regulation of OHS

Author/s (editor/s):

Braithwaite, John

Publication year:

2004

Publication type:

Book chapter

Cite the publication as

Braithwaite, John, 2004. ‘Restorative and responsive regulation of OHS.’ In OHS Regulation for a Changing World of Work, edited by Elizabeth Bluff, Neil Gunningham and Richard Johnstone, 194-209. NSW, Leichhardt: Federation Press.

Public Health, Criminal law and HIV/AIDS

Author/s (editor/s):

Watchirs, Helen

Publication year:

2005

Publication type:

Book chapter

Cite the publication as

Watchirs, Helen, 2005. ‘Public health, criminal law and HIV/AIDS.’ In HIV and hepatitis C policy, discrimination, legal and ethical issues, edited by M. Carman and V. Fisher, 71-85. Sydney: Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Inc.

Short-term experience with responsive regulation in the Australian Taxation Office

Author/s (editor/s):

Job, Jennifer Ann
Honaker, David

Publication year:

2003

Publication type:

Book chapter

Cite the publication as

Job, Jenny, and David Honaker, 2003. ‘Short-term experience with responsive regulation in the Australian Taxation Office.’ In Taxing Democracy: Understanding Tax Avoidance and Evasion, 111-129. Ashgate Publishing Ltd.

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