Crime and Justice, Volume 18: Beyond the Law: Crime in Complex Organizations
Michael Tonry, Albert J. Reiss
University of Chicago Press Journals, Dec 1, 1994 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
This collection explores structural incentives and disincentives to anti-social and unlawful behaviors and the roles of self- regulation, administrative agencies, and civil and criminal sanctions in shaping organizational behavior. Included are articles on organizational crime, the savings and loan industry, insider trading, industrial water pollution, garbage collection, and the nursing home industry.
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