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White-collar and economic crime

White-collar and economic crime

multidisciplinary and cross-national perspectives

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Published by Lexington Books in Lexington, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • White collar crimes -- United States -- Congresses.,
    • Corporations -- Corrupt practices -- United States -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Peter Wickman, Timothy Dailey.
      ContributionsWickman, Peter M., Dailey, Timothy., International Sociological Association. Research Committee on Deviance and Social Control.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV6635 .W44
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxviii, 285 p. :
      Number of Pages285
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3785296M
      ISBN 100669046655
      LC Control Number81047561

      Description. White-Collar Deviance brings together two respected authors in the field, David Simon and Frank Hagan, to present a new conceptualization of currently competing terms: elite deviance, white collar crime, and economic crime. This book includes the many varieties of both criminal and non-criminal deviance by both individuals and organizations, and includes the . The thoroughly updated Second Edition of White Collar Crime: The Essentials continues to be a comprehensive, yet concise, resource addressing the most important topics students need to know about white-collar crime. Author Brian K. Payne provides a theoretical framework and context for students that explores such timely topics as crimes by.

      White-Collar Crime. Financial, economic, or corporate crime, usually involving Fraud and theft, that is often carried out by sophisticated means. The result is usually economic loss for businesses, investors, and those affected by the actions of the perpetrator. Michael L. Benson, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Abstract. Recent trends in white-collar crime include a shift in theoretical orientation to opportunity and choice perspectives, a rising interest in the psychology of white-collar crime, research focused on the role of white-collar crime in the global financial crisis, .

      ‘In his book, The Financial Crisis and White Collar Crime: The Perfect Storm? Nicolas Ryder connects the financial crisis to white-collar crime in both the United States and the United Kingdom. He seeks to address one of the most important questions raised since the outbreak of the financial crisis, namely, what variables contributed to or caused the largest financial crisis Author: Nicholas Ryder. Completed all lessons in Criminal Justice White Collar Crime course and achieved % Quiz Progress. Not attempted to take this exam within the last three days. Have available proctored exams.


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Economic/White-Collar Crime. Today, the concept of white-collar/ economic crime is familiar to most of us. The deceptions of executives at Enron, WorldCom, Martha Stewart, and Bernie Madoff made the news as we entered the 21st century.

The thoroughly updated Second Edition of White Collar Crime: The Essentials continues to be a comprehensive, yet concise, resource addressing the most important topics students need to know about white-collar crime.

Author Brian K. Payne provides a theoretical framework and context for students that explores such timely topics as crimes by workers, sales-oriented Cited by: White Collar/Economic Crimes The term “white-collar crime” refers to crime that is economic in nature, committed White-collar and economic crime book business professionals through fraud, deception, and theft.

Subject to prosecution under both federal and state laws, white-collar offenses are punishable by probation, house arrest, repayment of stolen funds, fines, and.

Thus, analyses of economic and white-collar crime may concentrate overmuch on the corporate offender, and make oversimplistic distinctions between 'corporate' and other varieties of. Get the latest news and breaking news on white collar crime reports across the country on the New York Post.

The US Justice Department is prosecuting fewer white-collar criminals now than at. White-Collar Crime: A Text/Reader incorporates contemporary and classic readings (some including policy implications) accompanied by original text that provides a theoretical framework and context for comprehensive book covers topics including crimes by workers in sales-oriented systems; crimes in the health care system; crimes by criminal justice.

(shelved 1 time as white-collar-crime) avg rating — 29, ratings — published Want to Read saving. What is 'economic' about 'economic crime'. Chapter In book: White-Collar Crime Research. Old Views and Future Potentials, Publisher: The national council for. White-collar crime, crime committed by persons who, often by virtue of their occupations, exploit social, economic, or technological power for personal or corporate gain.

The term, coined in by the American criminologist Edwin Sutherland, drew attention to the typical attire of the perpetrators, who were generally businesspeople, high-ranking professionals, and politicians.

The Justice Department's formal definition of white-collar crime disregards class or economic status. But the truth is that in white-collar cases, such distinctions do influence decisions about. The Handbook of White-Collar Crime is a unique re-framing of traditional discussions that discusses common topics of white-collar crime—who the offenders are, who the victims are, how these crimes are punished, theoretical explanations—while exploring how the choice of one definition over another affects research and scholarship on the subject.

The Handbook of White-Collar Crime is a unique re-framing of traditional discussions that discusses common topics of white-collar crime—who the offenders are, who the victims are, how these crimes are punished, theoretical explanations—while exploring how the choice of one definition over another affects research and scholarship on the subject.

“This is a wonderful tool for teaching the full panoply of topics appropriate to the study of white collar crime. It offers excellent examples, fine illustrations, separates out important ideas using highlights, tables and bullets to their best advantage, and otherwise offers a rich mine of empirical information about the commission of white collar crime, its public toll, theoretical.

The book White-Collar Government: The Hidden Role of Class in Economic Policy Making, The book White-Collar Government: The Hidden Role of Class in Economic Policy Making, Nicholas Carnes is published by University of Chicago Press. The Chicago Distribution Center has reopened and is fulfilling orders.

All Chicago e-books are on sale at 30%. White-collar crime has been defined recently as the use of a significant position of power for illegal gain that results in damage or harm to victims as measured by financial loss, physical harm, and damage to the community's moral climate.

Most experts agree that the economic impact of white-collar crime is far more costly than ordinary crime. "Leading authorities on [whit collar crime] explore the inner workings of the individuals, corporations, and government agencies implicated in the abuse of their economic and societal privileges.

The timely essays deal with the definition and theory of white-collar crime, victimization, enforcement, and the sanctioning of organizations and individuals."--Back cover.

The thoroughly updated Second Edition of White Collar Crime: The Essentials continues to be a comprehensive, yet concise, resource addressing the most important topics students need to know about white-collar crime.

Author Brian K. Payne provides a theoretical framework and context for students that explores such timely topics as crimes by workers. Although white-collar crime has caused a substantial amount of damage on both the individual and societal levels, it often ranks below street crime as a matter of public concern.

Thus, white-collar crime remains an ambiguous and even controversial topic among academics, with a relative dearth of scholarly focus on the issue.

Introduction and Overview of White-Collar Crime 3. crimes. First, white-collar crimes are committed during the course of one’s job. Second, the offender’s occupational role plays a central.

feature in the perpetration of the crime. Third, the offender’s occu-pation is viewed as a legitimate occupation by society (e.g., a drugFile Size: 1MB. White-Collar Crime: A Text/Reader, part of the text/reader series in criminology and criminal justice incorporates contemporary and classic readings (some including policy implications) accompanied by original text that provides a theoretical framework and context for students.

The comprehensive coverage of the book includes. The Crime Report: Fewer criminologists are doing work on white-collar crime than on other crime sectors, and less work is being published.

White Collar Crime by Edwin H. Sutherland Sutherland, E.H., White Collar Crime: The uncut version. Binghamton, N.Y: Vail-Ballou, Press. £15 at In this Book Sutherland presents a long research he undertook for decades about the conduct and the criminal convictions of 70 largest American corporations and 15 Utility companies, the outcome of this.