Corporate Crime examines key themes in the study of corporate crime, exploring how it is defined, legally constructed, researched, and controlled. It also looks at case studies of its many forms. It contains a selection of the classic literature on the subject along with a range of contemporary writing.
Volume 1: looks at the definition of corporate crime, and how it is legally constructed and publicly represented.
Volume 2: focuses on research on the many different forms of corporate crime, and how it has been analyzed by criminologists.
Volume 3: concentrates on issues of controlling corporate crime, involving an exploration of regulation and sanctioning along with new approaches. Each volume is prefaced by an introduction which sets out the main themes and contextualizes the selections.
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The Criminology of the Corporation and Regulatory Enforcement
The Benign Big Gun
Contextualizing the Regulation
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