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Regulation, Crime and Freedom

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John BraithwaiteResearch School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, Australia

ISBN13: 9780754620051
ISBN: 0754620050
Published: November 2001
Publisher: Routledge
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

John Braithwaite is a distinguished criminologist with an international reputation in the study of regulation and globalization. This collection contains his most important and influential essays in criminal justice and business regulation. It has a substantial introduction explaining the thematization of his work around the design of regulatory systems to maximize freedoms as non-domination.

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Part 1 Dimensions of inequality: competitiveness in schools and delinquency; the effect of income inequality and social democracy on homicide; inegalitarian consequences of egalitarian reforms to control corportate crime; poverty, power, white-collar crime and the paradoxes of criminological theory; inequality and republican criminology.
Part 2 Responsive regulation: preventive law and managerial auditing; convergence in models of regulatory strategy; beyond positivism - learning from contextual integrated strategies.