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.
|Title of host publication||Border Management Modernization|
|Editors||Gerard McLinden, Enrique Fanta, David Widdowson, Thomas Doyle|
|Place of Publication||Washington, USA|
|Publisher||The World Bank|
|Number of pages||19|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|
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.