By Shanna R. Van Slyke, Michael L. Benson, Francis T. Cullen
Even supposing white-collar crime has prompted a great deal of harm on either the person and societal degrees, it usually ranks less than highway crime as a question of public quandary. therefore, white-collar crime continues to be an ambiguous or even arguable subject between teachers, with a relative dearth of scholarly specialize in the problem.
The Oxford instruction manual of White-Collar Crime deals a complete remedy of the main updated theories and examine concerning white-collar crime. individuals take on an enormous variety of subject matters, together with the influence of white-collar crime, the contexts within which white-collar crime happens, present crime regulations and debates, and examinations of the criminals themselves. the amount concludes with a suite of essays that debate strength responses for controlling white-collar crime, in addition to promising new avenues for destiny study. Uniting conceptual theories, empirical study, and ethnographic info, the Handbook offers the 1st unified analytic framework on white-collar crime.
Given the astronomical mixture losses to sufferers, construction a extra nuanced figuring out of the dynamics of white-collar crime is a subject of rapid social difficulty. The definitive source on white-collar crime, this Handbook might be a precious source for constructing either highbrow and policy-related solutions.
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License to Steal: Why Fraud Plagues America’s Health Care System. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Stadler, William, Michael L. Benson, and Francis T. Cullen. 2013. ” Justice Quarterly 30: 1090–114. Steffensmeier, Darrell, Jennifer Schwartz, and Michael Roche. 2013. ” American Sociological Review 78: 448–76. Core Themes in the Study of White-collar Crime 21 Sutherland, Edwin H. 1940. ” American Sociological Review 5: 1–12. Sutherland, Edwin H. 1949. White Collar Crime. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston.
S. Department of Justice. Edelhertz believed that Sutherland’s definition was much too limited. 3–4). This position trivialized Sutherland’s concern with the abuse of power by the powerful. 4). Edelhertz’s core point was that the definition of white-collar crime ought to be tied directly to legal provisions, which reflect the characteristics of these crimes. The definition that he offered, however, has a number of questionable criteria. It is odd to specify one act or a series of acts since a single offense will do to meet the requirements of the definition.
Only 9 percent of these events had been tried as crimes; the large majority had been dealt with in equity or civil courts or by quasi-judicial commissions. Sutherland argued that 473 of the cases were crimes and could have been proceeded against as such if the authorities had chosen to do so. That they had not done so, he believed, was often the result of social homogeneity between the offenders and the enforcers, the political contributions that businesses make to officeholders and office-seekers, and a relatively indifferent public opinion.
The Oxford Handbook of White-Collar Crime by Shanna R. Van Slyke, Michael L. Benson, Francis T. Cullen