Core border management disciplines: risk-based compliance management

Steve Holloway

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    Abstract

    Chapter 6 analyzes core border management disciplines and competencies that should underpin all modernization efforts. In particular, it emphasizes the need to apply risk management principles to improve inspection-detection ratios and to enable border management agencies to more effectively target suspect or high-risk shipments while speeding the release of low-risk ones. The Chapter provides practical guidance on establishing a sound compliance management and improvement regime, with an appropriate mix of incentives and disincentives to boost voluntary compliance by traders.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationBorder Management Modernization
    EditorsGerard McLinden, Enrique Fanta, David Widdowson, Thomas Doyle
    Place of PublicationWashington, USA
    PublisherThe World Bank
    Pages95-113
    Number of pages19
    Edition1
    ISBN (Print)9780821385968
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

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    Guidance
    Competency
    Incentives
    Risk management
    Inspection
    Traders
    Modernization

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    Holloway, S. (2010). Core border management disciplines: risk-based compliance management. In G. McLinden, E. Fanta, D. Widdowson, & T. Doyle (Eds.), Border Management Modernization (1 ed., pp. 95-113). Washington, USA: The World Bank.
    Holloway, Steve. / Core border management disciplines: risk-based compliance management. Border Management Modernization. editor / Gerard McLinden ; Enrique Fanta ; David Widdowson ; Thomas Doyle. 1. ed. Washington, USA : The World Bank, 2010. pp. 95-113
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