Trapped: When Acting Ethically is Against the Law
Since Enron's collapse in 2002, the federal government has stepped up its campaign against white-collar crime. In this timely book, John Hasnas reveals how the government's effort to enforce legal rules has created a Catch-22 legal environment in which businesspeople must either act unethically or illegally.
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THE EVOLUTION OF WHITECOLLAR CRIME
The Nature of WhiteCollar Crime
Problems of Enforcement
The Solutions Corporate Criminal Responsibility
The Solutions New Offenses
The Solutions The Organizational Sentencing Guidelines
THE EFFECT OF THE FEDERAL CAMPAIGN AGAINST WHITECOLLAR CRIME
Five Ethical Dilemmas
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