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Times of Crisis: Arguing for a Public Health Model of Compliance

Times of Crisis: Arguing for a Public Health Model of Compliance

by Todd Haugh

Associate Professor, Business Law and Ethics, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University

Compendium

It is not always easy to see positives in times of crisis. One would be forgiven for failing to do so lately. Over the past two years we have lived through a centenary event, a global pandemic that has killed almost six million worldwide and set the global economy back some $16 trillion. As we emerge from the pandemic’s grip, the world now faces an escalating war in Europe, the likes of which we have not seen since the Second World War. ... (cont)

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