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Corporate compliance and industrial sophistication

  • Xiuyin ShiEmail author
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Abstract

In Chinese, hegui is translated from the English word “compliance”. Compliance means “to abide by, to obey”, which is usually understood as to proactively abide by rules that broadly include laws, moral teachings, contracts, etc. Opposite to compliance is non-compliance, which means to violate, to refuse to abide by or obey.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of SociologyCASSBeijingChina

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