Specialty: Enforcement of Organizational Crime, White Collar Crime, Environmental Legislation
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Marieke Kluin is a PhD Researcher at Delft University of Technology, Department Values and Technology, Safety Science Group. The doctoral research with the working title “Compliance and rule violation in the chemical industry” focuses on the possible relationship between rule violation, compliance, organizational criminology and safety in the chemical industry.
The aim of this research is to explain compliance and rule violation in the framework of the interaction between field-level inspectors and regulatees and to focus on the enforcement of regulation by field-level inspectors from three different inspectorates: the Environmental Protection Agency, the Occupational Safety and Health Inspection Agency and the Fire Department.
The research includes among other elements a multi-case study in which 15 Seveso corporations are analyzed for a period of 10 years. Marieke has a master’s degree in criminology. For research on her master thesis she worked at the Dutch National Crime Squad. While studying criminology at the Erasmus University she worked as a clerk of the court of Rotterdam and as a probation officer in The Hague.