Fiona Haines
Fiona Haines
Professor, School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Melbourne
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Crime & criminology
R White, F Haines, NL Asquith
Corporate regulation: beyond" punish or persuade"
F Haines
(No Title), 1997
The paradox of regulation: What regulation can achieve and what it cannot
F Haines
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011
Regulatory failures and regulatory solutions: A characteristic analysis of the aftermath of disaster
F Haines
Law & Social Inquiry 34 (1), 31-60, 2009
The shadows of the law: Contemporary approaches to regulation and the problem of regulatory conflict
F Haines, D Gurney
Law & Policy 25 (4), 353-380, 2003
The engineer's dilemma: A sociological perspective on juridificaton and regulation
F Haines, A Sutton
Crime L. & Soc. Change 39, 1, 2003
Addressing the risk, reading the landscape: The role of agency in regulation
F Haines
Regulation & Governance 5 (1), 118-144, 2011
Globalization and regulatory character: regulatory reform after the Kader Toy Factory Fire
F Haines
Routledge, 2019
Corporate fraud as misplaced confidence? Exploring ambiguity in the accuracy of accounts and the materiality of money
F Haines
Theoretical Criminology 18 (1), 20-37, 2014
Regulatory reform in light of regulatory character: Assessing industrial safety change in the aftermath of the Kader Toy Factory fire in Bangkok, Thailand
F Haines
Social & Legal Studies 12 (4), 461-487, 2003
The law and order debate in OHS
F Haines, A Hall
CCH Australia Ltd, 2004
Regulation and risk
F Haines
Regulatory theory: Foundations and applications, 181-96, 2017
Three risks, one solution? Exploring the relationship between risk and regulation
F Haines
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 649 (1 …, 2013
Deaths in the workplace and the dynamics of response
A Sinclair, F Haines
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 1 (3), 125-137, 1993
It's all about risk, isn't it? Science, politics, public opinion and regulatory reform.
F Haines, A Sutton, C Platania-Phung
Flinders Journal of Law Reform 10 (3), 435-453, 2007
Networked regulation as a solution to human rights abuse in global supply chains? The case of trade union rights violations by Indonesian sports shoe manufacturers
T Connor, F Haines
Theoretical Criminology 17 (2), 197-214, 2013
The Depoliticisation of Accountability Processes for Land‐Based Grievances, and the IFC CAO
S Balaton‐Chrimes, F Haines
Global Policy 6 (4), 446-454, 2015
An ecological approach to regulatory studies?
C Parker, F Haines
Journal of Law and Society 45 (1), 136-155, 2018
Criminology as Religion?
F Haines, A Sutton
British journal of Criminology 40 (1), 146-162, 2000
Making cartel conduct criminal: A case study of ambiguity in controlling business behaviour
C Beaton-Wells, F Haines
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 42 (2), 218-243, 2009
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