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(2017-04-10) - Journal articleThis article investigates the normative and procedural criteria adopted by European citizens to assess the acceptability of surveillance-oriented security technologies. It draws on qualitative data gathered at 12 citizen ...
(2016) - Journal articleWe study regulatory enforcement actions issued against US banks to show that both board monitoring and advising are effective in preventing misconduct by banks. While better monitoring by boards prevents all categories of ...
Local government partnership working : a space odyssey. Or, journeys through the dilemmas of public and private sector boundary-spanning actors (2016-04) - Journal articleIn this article we explore the dilemmas experienced by boundary-spanning actors working at the intersection of local government and the private sector. We suggest that these dilemmas are entwined with the disruption, ...
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