Profit Without Honor: White-collar Crime and the Looting of America
Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2004 - Social Science - 564 pages
For courses in Criminal Justice, American Culture, White Collar Crime, Social Problems, Criminology, and Law & Society. Timely and engaging, this edition of this popular text includes coverage of the latest high-profile cases of white-collar crime , including the Enron, WorldCom, Global Crossing, Qwest Communications, Adelphia, Rite-Aid, ImClone, and Arthur Andersen scandals. Utlizing both academic and popular sources, Profit Without Honor 3/e explores the true cost of white-collar crime. Presenting a vivid picture of corporate fraud from Fortune 500 boardrooms to the Mom and Pop shop around the corner.
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