“...essential reading to anyone considering serious research in the area [of criminology].” – Fiona Haines, University of Melbourne,
The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, Vol. 38, No. 1, 2005
“...a novel and thought-provoking contribution to the regulatory compliance literature. It will be interesting to see how many other compliance scholars rise to Yeung's challenge to give issues of legitimacy the attention they deserve.” – Aileen McHarg,
The Modern Law Review, July 2005
“Karen Yeung develops her argument through a subtle and detailed discussion which also draws on a range of literature which is successfully blended in the development of her own original perspective on complianceShe engages with theoretical literature on regulatory legitimacy and accountability, public and private interest theories of regulation, economic justifications for competition regulation, as well as criminal justice literature on just desert and general deterrence approaches.
...Securing Compliance provides an original and substantial contribution to debates about regulation, enforcement and compliance. It will be an invaluable resource for researchers and students in this field.” – Bettina Lange,
Public Law, December 2004