Law as Last Resort
This chapter puts forward a different view about the strategies employed in enforcing regulation, emphasizing the role of formal legal processes. In essence, the argument is that regulatory enforcement is a symbolic matter, reflecting intimately the conjunction of privately-held values with organizational interests in enforcing a secular code of conduct about which there is a high degree of social and political ambivalence.
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