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The Resource Understanding White-Collar Crime : A Convenience Perspective

Understanding White-Collar Crime : A Convenience Perspective

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Understanding White-Collar Crime : A Convenience Perspective
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Understanding White-Collar Crime
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A Convenience Perspective
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Understanding White-Collar Crime : A Convenience Perspective
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Understanding White-Collar Crime : A Convenience Perspective
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Contents
  • Cover Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Author -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 Convenience theory of white-collar crime -- Convenience benefits and costs -- Theorizing and theory development -- Social economic conflict in society -- Marxist criminology -- Laws and law enforcement -- Reasons for punishing their own -- Theoretical model -- Conflict theory approach -- References -- Chapter 2 Economical dimension in convenience theory -- Economical profit in crime -- Profit-driven crime and markets -- Rational choice by self-interest -- Transaction costs in criminal activities -- References -- Chapter 3 Organizational dimension in convenience theory -- Organizational opportunity in crime -- Opportunity-driven financial crime -- Agency relationships in crime -- Institutional moral collapse -- Institutional theory -- Dysfunctional network theory -- Social network theory -- Conspiracy theory -- Organized crime -- Socialization theory -- Double-bind leadership -- Social disorganization -- Follower obedience in organizations -- Organizational systems failure -- References -- Chapter 4 Behavioral dimension in convenience theory -- Deviant behavior in crime -- Labeling self-identity of criminals -- Slippery slope decline -- Self-control and desire for control -- Strain for success and status -- Criminal personality disorders -- Study in Germany -- Categories of personality disorder -- Crime deterrence mechanisms -- Neutralization techniques -- Profiling risky individuals -- References -- Chapter 5 Integrated approach to convenience theory -- Integrating convenience dimensions -- Research hypotheses for convenience -- Theorizing white-collar crime and criminals -- Limits to a general white-collar crime theory -- Contributions from convenience theory -- Comparison to Sutherland's theory -- References
  • Chapter 6 Empirical study of white-collar criminals -- Sample of criminals in Norway -- Economical dimension in crime -- Organizational dimension in crime -- Behavioral dimension in crime -- The case of Kerik neutralization -- References -- Chapter 7 Statements for testing convenience hypotheses -- Desire in the economical dimension -- Opportunity in the organizational dimension -- Willingness in the behavioral dimension -- Research model for convenience theory -- The case of fraudulent attorneys -- The case of two sides in corruption -- The case of Yara corruption in Libya -- References -- Chapter 8 Corporate social responsibility -- When employers become crime victims -- When others become crime victims -- Gjensidige Insurance and Hells Angels -- Gjensidige Insurance Company -- Hells Angels MC Norway -- Hells Angels club house -- Evaluation of CSR -- Asset recovery in 2015 -- Corruption case at Siemens -- What is corporate responsibility? -- Failure in corporate responsibility -- Stages of growth in corporate responsibility -- Convenience and corporate responsibility -- References -- Chapter 9 Internal white-collar crime investigations -- Police versus internal investigations -- Reasons for private investigations -- Investigative knowledge needs -- Crime disclosure by whistleblowers -- Privatization of law enforcement -- Disclosure of investigation reports -- Competence of private investigators -- Limits by investigation mandate -- Empirical sample of investigation reports -- References -- Chapter 10 The case of the Betanien investigation -- BDO investigation at Betanien -- BDO investigation report -- CEO priest prosecution in court -- CEO priest conviction in court -- Religious white-collar criminals -- Comments from the chairman of the board -- References -- Conclusion -- Index
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