[荷]本雅明`范`罗伊（Benjamin van Rooij），中文名刘本，阿姆斯特丹大学及加州大学尔湾分校法学教授，荷中法律研究中心主任、上海交通大学凯原法学院法律与社会研究中心成员、复旦大学司法研究中心境外研究员、云南大学法学院终身客座教授。于荷兰莱顿大学先后获得法学学士、法学硕士、汉学硕士及法学博士学位。其20多年的研究，覆盖工业污染、安全作业、贿赂与腐败、逃税、食品安全等领域。除学术发表外，亦为《纽约时报》《赫芬顿邮报》等刊撰文。
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The freakonomics of rules of Conduct
He received awards from the American Psychological Law Association and the American Bar Association
Experts in law, economics, sociology, psychology and many other fields unanimously recommend
Why are seatbelt laws well enforced while speed limits are repeatedly breached? After the placard "No garbage here" was erected, why did the garbage here increase? Does the location of the signature affect the integrity of the person filling the form more than the statute itself? Why are safety manuals, compliance clauses and internal whistleblowing mechanisms not in place? Do harsh laws encourage crime? ... How can we avoid wishful thinking and even counterproductive?
Failed rules have penalties, but do not improve safety, production, environmental protection effects, group identification... To make rules according to laws is to speak science. What are the objective laws of human behavior? Read this book to find out.
Take law as an example to inspire the setting and implementation of various organizational rules
Company management often "deduct money" means to boost the efficiency of the company, to overcome staff late, workload is not up to standard and other problems. Warnings, penalties and the like are certainly in line with managers' intuitions, but as we'll see in this book, from laws to regulations governing common places like kindergartens and parks, they often fail or even backfire. Would it be better to make a fine a prize? It's not that simple... From this, the rule-makers can see their own blind spots, and the passive recipients of the rules can also be more in line with the scientific law to seek advantages and avoid disadvantages.
A comprehensive exercise of multiple social sciences
This book is a comprehensive study of psychology, economics, sociology, law and other social sciences, pointing out the hidden objective laws of human behavior, and how to make rational use of psychological priming, conforming to the crowd effect, unwritten social norms, moral sense, and comprehensive consideration of the benefits and losses of people's law-abiding and law-breaking. Through this book, the reader can see the common scientific thinking and empirical methods in a variety of social science fields.
Rich case, persuasive
The cases of this book cover the criminal law, tax law, security law, environmental law, traffic law of many countries in Europe, North and South America and East Asia, as well as insurance policies, corporate compliance systems, institutional safety guidelines, park and subway regulations, public service advertising rules and other rules formed in the paradoxical situation and improvement strategies and effects of the implementation of rules, enough to enlightens readers from multiple perspectives.
Benjamin van Rooij (Liu Ben), Professor of Law at the University of Amsterdam and the University of California, Irvine, Director of the Dutch-China Law Research Center, Member of the Center for Law and Society, Kaiyuan Law School, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Overseas Researcher, Judicial Research Center, Fudan University, and tenured visiting Professor, Yunnan University Law School. He received Bachelor of Laws, Master of Laws, Master of Chinese Studies and Doctor of Laws degrees from Leiden University in the Netherlands. His research spans more than 20 years in the areas of industrial pollution, safe operations, bribery and corruption, tax evasion, and food safety. In addition to academic publications, he has also written for the New York Times, Huffington Post and other publications.
Adam Fine is a professor of psychology and criminology at Arizona State University and a former recipient of grants from the U.S. Department of Justice and the American Psychological Foundation. The research focuses on the reasons of people breaking the law and the relationship between people and the law.
Hongyuan Gao, Bachelor of Sociology, double master of Sociology and Biostatistics, is now a data analyst.