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Decentring the regulatory state – the production of trust through self regulation and control in Sweden

Paper i proceeding
Författare Bengt Larsson
Oskar Engdahl
Publicerad i XII ISA World Congress in Sociology
Publiceringsår 2010
Publicerad vid Sociologiska institutionen
Språk en
Ämnesord regulation, financial markets, economic crime
Ämneskategorier Sociologi

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This paper gives a theoretically based analysis of five cases of re-regulation of financial markets, corporate governance and the control of economic deviance in Sweden: 1) The de- and re-regulation of financial markets 1980-2000. 2) The enactment of a duty of Swedish auditors to report crime to the public prosecutor from 1999. 3) The creation of a brokers “driving licence” in 2001. 4) The leniency-program giving corporations who self report cartel activities a reduction of fines, from 2002. 5) The creation of a code of corporate governance, based on the principle of “comply or explain”, from 2005. From these cases we will outline some general tendencies in the process of reregulation following the 1980-90:s de-regulations. As pointed out by others, “deregulation” was misleading concept, since intervening regulations were often substituted by new market constituting regulations. This displacement is close to the concepts “the new regulatory state” and “regulatory capitalism”. The outcome is a pluralistic system combining a varied set of organizations and regulations in order to produce trust in the “deregulated” markets – state control as well as pure self-regulatory processes and private systems of control. Of particular importance are the extended role of professions and expertise from the areas concerned.

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