This title was first published in 2000: 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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Series Editor s Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- PART I DIMENSIONS OF INEQUALITY -- 1 Competitiveness in Schools and Delinquency Australian Journal o f Social Issues, 10, Australian Council of Social Service, 1975, pp. 107-110 -- 2 The Effect of Income Inequality and Social Democracy on Homicide (with Valerie Braithwaite) British Journal o f Criminology, 20, Oxford University Press, 1980, pp. 45-53 -- 3 Inegalitarian Consequences of Egalitarian Reforms to Control Corporate Crime Temple Law Quarterly, 53, Temple University, 1980, pp. 1127-1146 -- 4 Poverty, Power, White-Collar Crime and the Paradoxes of Criminological Theory Australian and New Zealand Journal o f Criminology, 24, Butterworths, 1991, pp. 40-58 -- 5 Inequality and Republican Criminology Crime and Inequality; ed. J. Hagan and R Peterson, Stanford University Press, 1995, pp. 277-327 -- PART II RESPONSIVE REGULATION -- 6 Preventive Law and Managerial Auditing (with Brent Fisse) Managerial Auditing Journal, 3, MCB University Press, 1988, pp. 17-20 -- 7 Convergence in Models of Regulatory Strategy Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 2, University of Sydney, 1990, pp. 59-65 -- 8 Beyond Positivism: Learning from Contextual Integrated Strategies Journal o f Research in Crime and Delinquency, 30, Sage Periodicals, 1993, pp. 383-399 -- 9 Transnational Regulation of the Pharmaceutical Industry The Annals o f the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 525, Sage Periodicals, 1993, pp. 12-30 -- PART III REPUBLICAN LEGAL INSTITUTIONS -- 10 The Politics of Legalism: Rules Versus Standards in Nursing Home Regulation (with Valerie Braithwaite) Social and Legal Studies, 4, Sage Publications, 1995, pp. 307-341 -- 11 Community Values and Australian Jurisprudence Sydney Law Review, 17, Law Book Company, 1995, pp. 351-371 -- 12 On Speaking Softly and Carrying Big Sticks: Neglected Dimensions of a Republican Separation of Powers University o f Toronto Law Journal, 47, University of Toronto Press, 1997, pp. 305-361 -- PART IV RESTORATIVE JUSTICE -- 13 Shame and Modernity British Journal o f Criminology, 33, Oxford University Press, 1993, pp. 1-18 -- 14 Conditions of Successful Reintegration Ceremonies (with Stephen Mugford) British Journal o f Criminology, 34, Oxford University Press, 1994, pp. 139-171 -- 15 Restorative Justice and a Better Future The Dalhousie Review, 76, Dalhousie University Press, 1996, pp. 9-31 -- Appendix -- Name Index.
John Braithwaite is a Professor in the Research School o f Social Sciences, Australian National University. He has been Head o f Law there and coordinated interdisciplinary netw orks- Reshaping Australian Institutions (1992- 96) and the Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet). He has been active in social movement politics, representing community groups on the Economic Planning Advisory Council Chaired by the Prime Minister o f Australia between 1983- 87. Between 1985 and 1995 he was a part-time Commissioner with the Trade Practices Commission.