ComplianceNet 2023 will be hosted by American University Law School in Washington, DC. It will take place June 21 - 23, 2023. It will have an anti-corruption theme, though papers on all topics related to compliance will be welcome. We are not yet accepting paper submissions, but we hope that this announcement allows you to start thinking about potential contributions!
A formal call for papers will be issued in early 2023. For individual papers, you will be asked to submit the paper title and abstract (up to about 200 words). For panels (3 papers minimum with a maximum of 5 per panel), you will be asked to submit an integrative statement explaining the panel (approximately 200 words), the titles of each paper and their authors, and an abstract for each paper (approximately 200 words).
ComplianceNet seeks to bring together scholars from a range of different disciplines to study the interaction between rules (broadly defined) and individual, group, or organizational behavior. The first five annual conferences have been highly successful bringing together academics from business, criminology, economics, law, political science, psychology, public policy, public health, and sociology, among other fields. See the ComplianceNet website for more details about the organization's structure and goals as well as for an opportunity to join the mailing list if you desire to do so.
We look forward to seeing you at ComplianceNet 2023 in Washington, DC!
Jonathan Rusch (Conference Organizer)
Benjamin Van Rooij, Yuval Feldman, J.S. Nelson, Melissa Rorie and Colin Provost (ComplianceNet Steering Committee)
Visiting Researcher, Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation (2022-23)
Visiting Associate Professor, Harvard Business School (2021-22)
Co-Author of book:
"Business Ethics: What Everyone Needs to Know" (Oxford University Press, 2022)
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