8 edition of Corporate crime found in the catalog.
Richard D. Hartley
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Richard D. Hartley.|
|Series||Contemporary world issues series|
|LC Classifications||HV6768 .H37 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781598840858, 9781598840865|
|LC Control Number||2007048174|
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Corporate Crime Books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Corporate crime has become politically sensitive in some countries. In the United Kingdom, for example, following wider publicity of fatal accidents on the rail network and at sea, the term is commonly used in reference to corporate manslaughter and to involve a more general discussion about the technological hazards posed by business enterprises (see Wells: ).
The emergence of corporate crime -- 3. Mapping and measuring the extent of corporate crime -- 4. Counting and costing corporate crime -- 5. Crime, law and order agendas: the (in)visibility of corporate crime -- 6. Accounting for corporate crime: corporations and pathology -- 7. Accounting for corporate crime: corporations and political economy. State-corporate crime is defined as criminal acts that occur when one or more institutions of political governance pursue a goal in direct cooperation with one or more institutions of economic production and distribution. This concept has been advanced to examine how corporations and governments intersect to produce social harm. The complexity of state-corporate crime arises from Author: Adam Ghazi-Tehrani.
A self-consciously ""scholarly"" study by two sociology professors (who find it necessary to footnote the statement ""the economic drive for profit, power and productivity is not criminal in itself"") that aims to supplant Edwin Sutherland's White Collar Crime as the most comprehensive work on illegal and unethical corporate behavior, and largely succeeds in spite of itself. White-collar crime is difficult to identify. It leaves little physical evidence and no easily identifiable victim. In order to detect white-collar crime, authorities must have knowledge of high finance to discover that embezzlement, for example, has taken place.
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Corporate Crime, originally published inis the first and still the only comprehensive study of corporate law violations by our largest corporations. The book laid the groundwork for analyses of important aspects of corporate behavior. It defined corporate crime and found ways of locating corporate violations from various sources.5/5(3).
Based on the conference, "Corporate Crime: Ethics, Law, and the State," held in Novemberthis volume examines various kinds of corporate crime, focusing on its causes, extent, and control. The 18 contributed essays (there is also an introductory essay by the editors) written specially for the volume by scholars from the fields of law Author: Frank Pearce.
Corporate Crime guides readers through the definitions and concepts as well as the difficulties in detecting, prosecuting, and punishing corporate wrongdoing.
How do corporations get away with their crimes?Cited by: Corporate Crime covers issues resulting from the recent recession in Ireland which has unearthed a great number of unhealthy and potentially criminal practices, particularly in the banking and Corporate crime book sector of the Irish : Shelley Horan.
Corporate Crime book. Read reviews from world’s Corporate crime book community for readers. Should corporations and their employees be held criminally liable for shod Pages: Corporate Crime, originally published inis the first and still the only comprehensive study of corporate law violations by our largest corporations.
The book laid the groundwork for analyses of important aspects of corporate behavior. It defined corporate crime and found ways of locating corporate violations from various sources. Corporate Crime book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A discusson of the various types and nature of corporate crime, this text /5(3). Harold Shipman: The True Story of Britain's Most Notorious Serial Killer (True Crime, Serial Killers, Murderers). White-Collar Crime Analysis: Academic E.
Ross, 42 Edwin H. Sutherland, 3 “The law is like a spider web,” 54 New York Times on Sutherland address, 9 Sutherland on robber barons, 38 William Black, White-Collar Crime: Deﬁnitions Corruption by nation, Dark ﬁgure of white-collar crime statistics, Entrapment, General.
Corporate Crime and Violence book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. Corporate crime inflicts massive harm on employees, consumers, workplaces, economies, and the environment, but there are inadequate controls and few deterrent mechanisms, and sanctions are mild relative to the harm done.
There is little agreement on remedies and praxis, reflecting an underlying diversity of opinion on the causes of corporate criminality. Corporate Crime examines the ever-present problem of white-collar and corporate crime, not only within the United States but also worldwide.
Should corporations and their employees be held criminally liable for shoddy business practices. This volume explores both sides of the question, discussing the nature and scope of corporate crime, the controversies surrounding it, and the most promising Reviews: 1.
The International Handbook of White-Collar and Corporate Crime is an absolutely superb compilation of articles on white-collar crime and its control.
The International Handbook is a truly essential acquisition for any library serving those with an interest in white- collar crime, and no white-collar crime scholar can afford to be without a copy. Corporate crime. This book offers a comprehensive, accessible and student-friendly account of a subject which is becoming of increasing concern and debate amongst criminologists.
The key element in its approach will be to look at corporate crime in the broad contexts of theoretical criminology, applied criminology and criminal justice. Corporate Crime is a seminal work that laid the groundwork for analyses of important aspects of corporate behavior. It defined corporate crime and found ways of locating corporate violations from various sources.
It even drew up measures of the seriousness of crimes. Much of this book still applies today to the corporate world and its illegal behavior. What I’m hoping my book does is give people skills and strategies they can use to act in the moment – to turn bystanders into moral rebels.” [For the complete q/a format Interview with Catherine Sanderson, see 34 Corporate Crime Reporter 16(12), Monday Apprint edition only.].
Corporate Crime Reporter released today it’s Top Ten Corporate Crime Books of "Together, these books give a clear snapshot of corporate crime in America today,” said Russell Mokhiber, editor of Corporate Crime Reporter, a legal newsletter based in Washington, D.C.
“If you want to know the truth about corporate power and corporate crime in. In the second chapter of this book the authors provide a brief review of the many forms of crime and harm perpetrated by corporations, including the crimes of everyday corporate life.
Corporate theft and fraud, corporate crimes against consumers, against workers, and. Braithwaite () ‘Strategic socialism, strategic privatisation and crises’ Australian Journal of Corporate Law 28(1), J.
Braithwaite () ‘Diagnostics of white collar crime prevention’ Criminology & Public Policy 9(3), J. Braithwaite () ‘Restorative justice for banks through negative licensing’ The British Journal of Criminology 49(4), The purpose of this book is to examine whether a shift toward the use of criminal law with its emphasis on punishment and stigmatization will be a successful crime control strategy.
The author reviews whether current legal Why do corporations comply with the law?/5. Description: Corporate Crime, originally published inis the first and still the only comprehensive study of corporate law violations by our largest corporations.
The book laid the groundwork for analyses of important aspects of corporate behavior. It defined corporate crime and found ways of locating corporate violations from various sources.corporate crimes cannot vindicate their rights and a culture of impunity is permitted.
This fails to serve the public interest. In addition, corporate actors that seek to abide by the law are unfairly disadvantaged by the acts of competitors who may not behave ethically.
This harms the integrity of .In this book Sally Simpson examines whether the shift towards the use of criminal law, with its emphasis on punishment and stigmatization, is an effective strategy for controlling illegal corporate : Sally S. Simpson.