Profit Without Honor: White-collar Crime and the Looting of America
Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007 - Business & Economics - 608 pages
Clearly exposes the battle between personal gain and individual integrity and provides a comprehensive overview of white-collar crime in American society. Presenting a vivid picture of all types of white-collar crime, the book covers high-profile cases, the latest trends in criminal activity and a thorough discussion of the victims and consequences of these criminal behaviors. Utilizing both academic and popular sources,Profit Without Honorprovides a vast array of information on white-collar offenses and challenges readers to grasp the importance and long term effects of this growing American problem.Single source of comprehensive information on the topic of white-collar crime. Discusses all types of white-collar crime and the many places it occurs, from schools, to corporations, to government, to hospitals. Comprehensive case histories give readers a full understanding of the nature and consequences of different forms of white-collar crime. Gives equal coverage to the victims of white-collar crime, as well as the offenders. Covers computer crime. Contains thousands of references and allows readers to easily locate a topic and reference it within the text. Appropriate for all criminal justice/law enforcement-related personnel who deal with white-collar/corporate crime issues, as well as for all members of police departments.
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