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White-collar crime has a long history, impacts nearly everyone, and costs American citizens far more than street crime. Yet until recent large-scale debacles like the collapse of Enron, subprime mortgage crisis, and fraudulent manipulations of Wall Street, much white-collar criminality received scant public attention. Perpetrators often are faceless...
White-collar crime has a long history, impacts nearly everyone, and costs American citizens far more than street crime. Yet until recent large-scale debacles like the collapse of Enron, subprime mortgage crisis, and fraudulent manipulations of Wall Street, much white-collar criminality received scant public attention. Perpetrators often are faceless corporations, and definitions of violations, violators, and victims are often opaque. In cases like price fixing, hidden fees, and the manipulation of stock prices, the public may be unaware of its victimization. The twenty-one original and reprinted articles in this impressive overview provide the clarity that facilitates a better understanding of white-collar crime and its true impact on society. Written by leading scholars in the field, the authoritative selections define and contextualize white-collar crime in general as well as examine specific categories of wrongdoing like corporate crime, Wall Street crime, Internet crime, environmental crime, and political corruption. This comprehensive, up-to-date volume also examines society's response to white-collar crime, noting the competing interests of regulatory agencies, lawmakers, and corporate lobbyists. The breadth of this affordable collection makes it an invaluable resource for readers who seek a more complete understanding of white-collar crime and its ramifications. Title of related interest from Waveland Press: Shichor-Tibbetts, Victims and Victimization: Essential Readings (ISBN 9781577662235).
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