Research at CCE

Research at CCE

The Corporate Compliance and Enforcement (CCE) network conducts and promotes research on various forms of corporate crime and non-criminal harmful business conduct.

This includes optimal solutions from the perspective of both governments and firms, ethical aspects of potentially harmful business strategies and government strategies, the deterrent effect of corporate and individual penalties and enforcement, and how different remedies and sanctions interact.

Our research includes studies of the institutional environment for regulation and law enforcement, and we consider challenges at the domestic and international level, including cooperation between governments.

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Guidelines for Non-Trial Resolutions

The fight against corruption: Europe’s black hole. An International Bar Association article concerning CCE research activities

Selected publications

Authors Title Publication

Arlen, Jennifer H.

The potential promise and perils of introducing deferred prosecution agreements outside the U.S.

In Negotiated Settlements in Bribery Cases: A Principled Approach, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020

Søreide, Tina
Vagle, Kasper

Prosecutors discretionary authority in efficient law enforcement systems

In Negotiated Settlements in Bribery Cases: A Principled Approach, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020

Søreide, Tina (ed.)
Makinwa, Abiola (ed.)

Negotiated Settlements in Bribery Cases: A Principled Approach

Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020

Moene, Kalle
Søreide, Tina

Combating Corruption: Investigative Journalists on the Frontlines

In Making Transparency Possible. An Interdisciplinary Dialogue, Cappelen Damm Akademisk, 2019

Rui, Jon Petter
Søreide, Tina

Governments’ Enforcement of Corporate Bribery Laws: A Call for a Two-Track Regulatory Regime

Tidsskrift for Rettsvitenskap, 2019, 132(2), 132-162

Søreide, Tina

Regulating Corruption in International Markets: Why Governments Introduce Laws They Fail to Enforce

In The Oxford Handbook on International Economic Governance and Market Regulation, Oxford University Press 2019

Kolstad, Ivar

Too big to fault? Effects of the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize on Norwegian exports to China and foreign policy

International Political Science Review, Online 11.01.2019

Auriol, Emmanuelle
Søreide, Tina

An Economic Analysis of Debarment

International Review of Law and Economics, 2017, 50, 36-49

Hjelmeng, Erling J.
Søreide, Tina

Bribes, Crimes and Law Enforcement

European Business Law Review, 2017, 28(1), 19-40

Auriol, Emmanuelle
Hjelmeng, Erling J.
Søreide, Tina

Deterring corruption and cartels: In search of a coherent approach

Concurrence: Law & Economics, 2017, 1

Kolstad, Ivar
Kinyondo, Abel

Alternatives to local content requirements in resource-rich countries

Oxford Development Studies, 2017, 45(4), 409-423

Grøning, Linda
Søreide, Tina
Wandall, Rasmus

An efficient anticorruption sanctions regime. The case of the World Bank

Chicago Journal of International Law, 2016, 16(2), 523-552

Kolstad, Ivar

Three questions about engagement and exclusion in responsible investment

Business Ethics: A European Review, 2016, 25(1), 45-58

Kolstad, Ivar
Villanger, Espen

Determinants of foreign direct investment in services

European Journal of Political Economy, 2008, 24(2), 518-533