Regulatory Compliance Theory of Diminishing Returns

Published: 6 June 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/cchm8w64xd.1
Contributor:
Dr Richard Fiene

Description

These databases support the regulatory compliance theory of diminishing returns by clearly demonstrating in the studies conducted utilizing these data the plateau effect with regulatory compliance data when compared to program quality data in early child care and education programs. These studies were conducted between 2013 and 2021. These studies demonstrate the significance of substantial regulatory compliance and the impact it has on making licensing decisions. These studies support the use of differential monitoring, key indicators and risk assessment methodologies.

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Please contact the Research Institute for Key Indicators. All data were from licensing and regulatory agencies at the state, provincial or national levels throughout the USA and Canada.

Institutions

Pennsylvania State University

Categories

Applied Psychology, Early Childhood Education, Compliance Monitoring, Regulatory Framework

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