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Exclusive: What Makes Transparency Sustainable?

Below is an excerpt from “Full Disclosure: The Perils and Promise of Transparency,” published this spring by Cambridge University Press. By special arrangement, the authors—Archon Fung and Mary Graham of the Kennedy School of Government, and David Weil of the Boston University School of Management—have allowed Compliance Week to publish an excerpt on what makes transparency policies sustainable.

Compliance Week has no commercial relationship with the authors or Cambridge University Press, and has received no remuneration for publishing this excerpt; rather, the editors thought that Compliance Week subscribers would be interested in reading about how three researchers have assessed the financial disclosure reporting regime as compared to other disclosure systems.

We have seen this pattern repeatedly: Enron and WorldCom accounting
scandals trigger Sarbanes-Oxley reporting...

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