There is a growing consensus that firms’ corporate governance influences their ability to export. Corporate governance extremely relies on export compliance as a framework which supports organizations in order to mitigate their risks associated with export, and provides a safe platform for firms to upgrade their position in the world of trade. The objective of the present study is to widen concepts of export control and compliance framework. The paper outlines the general structure of export compliance and presents a comprehensive view of United States of America and European Union as significant powers in the world. The nature of the risks is explained from the point of view of export compliance. In this study, we reached to dual-use risk and money laundering risk as the main problem in EC area. After explaining risks, we deepen on the process of the risk management. The methodology of this study is documenting analysis with inductive approach. Secondary data has been collected through manuals, export compliance related websites, guidelines issued by various regulatory bodies, guidance note suggested by various institutes, legal provisions in legislations of different countries and various research papers were reviewed and their findings were used as a secondary data to develop this paper.
|Title of host publication||Risk management|
|Subtitle of host publication||Perspectives and open issues|
|Editors||Valter Cantino, Paola De Vicentis, M.G. Racca|
|Place of Publication||London, UK|
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|