overcompliance

overcompliance

(ˌəʊvəkəmˈplaɪəns)
n
excessive compliance
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in press) demonstrated that legitimacy and procedural justice considerations motivate compliance and overcompliance only in such direct interactions.
And the hangover effect of a decade of stringent (and costly) enforcement has generated a culture of overcompliance in the international financial sector, since institutional due diligence is an integral dimension of the industry's viability.
This overcompliance [of intermediaries] demonstrates a real chilling effect on freedom of expression, as many intermediaries are overwhelmed with requests or do not have the legal expertise to properly handle them in a manner that protects freedom of expression.
Kirchhoff (2000) analyzes the effects of eco-labeling on a monopolist's voluntary overcompliance under asymmetric information about the firm's environmental impacts.
Green business and blue angels: a model of voluntary overcompliance with asymmetric information, Environmental and Resource Economics 15(4): 403-420.
Furthermore, these gains could be more than offset if overcompliance results in a lowering of omega-3 PUFA intake in non-target groups (Rheinberger and Hammitt 2012).
218) While Craswell and Calfee are interested in under- and overcompliance with respect to the socially optimal level, the interest here is not in the socially optimal level, but the level of compliance that the regulating state prefers.
experience or knowledge about any of the environmental situations presented, including overcompliance scenarios (not discussed in this paper).
965, 965 (1984) (describing how uncertainty produces undercompliance and overcompliance with legal norms).
Most work outside the biomedical discourse (which tends to focus on the physiological aspects of energy regulation) has been concerned with showing how anorexia is understandable as an extreme overcompliance with culturally determined beauty ideals circulated by the mass media.
We will speak of undercompliance when observed fall below legal contributions and of overcompliance if it is the other way round.