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    Rachel Langdale
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    NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research (1990)
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In criminology, corporate crime refers to crimes committed either by a corporation (. a business entity having a separate legal personality from the natural persons that manage its activities), or by individuals acting on behalf of a corporation or other business entity (see vicarious liability and corporate liability)

Lessons in Corporate Finance: A Case Studies Approach to Financial Tools, Financial Policies, and Valuation .

Lessons in Corporate Finance: A Case Studies Approach to Financial Tools, Financial Policies, and Valuation (Wiley Finance). Case Studies in Finance. I bought this book to read outside of a class hoping to read through some really good case studies in finance, and hopefully apply several semesters worth of finance classes to some real world examples. However after receiving the book I realized that these were only cases, not case studies, meant to be discussed in a class.

This Enron case study presents our own analysis of the spectacular rise and fall of Enron against our Golden Rules of corporate .

As we say in our business ethics examples homepage introducing this series, the first and most critical rule is an ethical approach, and this should permeate an organisation from top to bottom. We shall therefore always start with an assessment of the ethical approach of the organisation. The way this creates the culture determines the performance in relation to the other four Rules.

Corporate Crime Under Attack: The Ford Pinto Case and Beyond. This study examines fraud in the savings and loan industry as a case study of white-collar crime. Although investigative reports have contributed to the social movement against white-collar crime, few studies assess the extent to which the media socially construct corporate violence as a crime. We examine this issue through a content analysis of newspaper coverage of the fire-related deaths of 25 workers at the Imperial Food Products chicken-processing plant, which resulted in the company's owner pleading guilty to manslaughter.

1 Nestle getting their cocoa bean supply from the Ivory Coast while knowing the farm uses child labour etc.

Corporate crime has become politically sensitive in some countries

Corporate crime has become politically sensitive in some countries

Corporate crime, type of white-collar crime committed by individuals within their legitimate occupations, for the benefit of their employing organization

Corporate crime, type of white-collar crime committed by individuals within their legitimate occupations, for the benefit of their employing organization. Such individuals generally do not think of themselves as criminals, nor do they consider their activities criminal. Related to corporate crime. The concept of corporate crime. Corporations and criminality. Corporate crime in the United States. The challenge of combatting corporate crime.

This Article reports the results of an empirical study of all Department of Labor Sarbanes-Oxley determinations during this .

This Article reports the results of an empirical study of all Department of Labor Sarbanes-Oxley determinations during this time, consisting of over 700 separate decisions from administrative investigations and hearings. 9 Taxpayers Against Fraud called the statute the single most effective measure possible to prevent recurrences of the Enron debacle and similar threats to the nation’s financial markets.

85 John Braithwaite, Corporate Crime in the Pharmaceutical Industry . The assumptions which have to be made lend to the reports a heightened sense of unreality.

85 John Braithwaite, Corporate Crime in the Pharmaceutical Industry (1984). 86 W. G. Carson, The Other Price of Britah 's Oil (1982). 87 Dowie, ‘Pinto Madness’ in (ed Hills) Corporate Violence (1987), 13–29, which see passim. 113 Eg, Bailey and Blackburn, ‘Punishment of Incest Act 1908: A Case Study in Law Creation’ [1979) Crim LR 708 and Gunningham, ‘Pollution, Social Interest and the Law’, in Theories of Law Creation 13–28.