regulating social behaviour, criminology, management, history, public policy, economics, psychology, anthropology, law, sociology, political science
This book consists of ten essays on the general theme of effective techniques for controlling and regulating social behaviour. The authors draw on the disciplines of management studies, history and criminology, public policy studies and economics, psychology, anthropology, law, sociology, and political science. They are, collectively, a modern manifestation of Roscoe Pound's concept of law in action as "social engineering".
A WR Carrothers, "Sanctions and Rewards in the Legal System: A Multidisciplinary Approach" (1990) 13:2 Dal LJ 817.