Justin O'Brien is Professor of Corporate Governance at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics, based at the Australian National University. He previously ran the corporate governance programme at the School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast. He is the Principal Investigator of Regulatory Regime Change in World Financial Markets, an international research project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council in the United Kingdom. He is the author of Wall Street on Trial and the editor of Governing the Corporation, both published by John Wiley & Sons. Professor O'Brien has also written extensively on political corruption. His current research centres on the ethical dimension of managing conflicts in the financial services industry. He lives in Canberra.
1 Redesigning financial regulation: the politics of enforcement.
2 Taming the corporation? Sarbanes–Oxley and the politics of symbolism.
3 Enforcing power: the contested role of Eliot Spitzer.
4 The limitations of the criminal process.
5 Corporate governance and the institutionalization of compliance.
6 The efficacy and pitfalls of pre-trial diversion.
7 Global markets, regulatory enforcement and the dynamics of corporate crime.
8 Transcending compliance.