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Corporate crime, law and social control

Author: Simpson, Sally S. Series: Cambridge studies in criminology Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP) 2002.Language: EnglishDescription: 180 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0521589339Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Book Asia Campus
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Print HV7000 .S56 2002
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Available 900180344
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Print HV7000 .S56 2002
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Corporate Crime, Law, and Social Control Contents Preface 1 Criminalizing the Corporate Control Process Definitions Criminalization of Corporate Crime in the Post-Watergate Era The Facts of Criminalization Conclusions 2 Deterrence in Review Rationality and Crime Empirical Support for Deterrence Conclusions 3 Assessing the Failure of Corporate Deterrence and Criminal Justice Criminal Law and the Corporation Criminal Law and Corporate Managers Conclusions 4 Corporate Deterrence and Civil Justice Civil Law and Corporate Offending Can Civil Law Deter Corporate Crime? Conclusions 5 Corporate Deterrence and Regulatory Justice Business Regulation in the United States The Deterrent Capacity of Administrative Law page ix 1 6 10 16 20 22 22 26 42 45 45 56 60 61 61 73 78 79 80 84 Punishment or Persuasion Conclusions 6 Cooperative Models of Corporate Compliance: Alternatives to Criminalization Enforced Self-Regulation Informal Social Control Enforcement Pyramid Tit-for-Tat Regulatory Philosophy Conclusions 7 Criminalization versus Cooperation: An Empirical Test Study One Study Two Conclusions 8 Shaping the Contours of Control The Failure of "Strict" Deterrence Policy Challenges Future Directions for Compliance Research Appendix A Study One: Questionnaire Items and Responses Appendix B Study One: Sample Characteristics Appendix C Study Two: Questionnaire Items and Responses Appendix D Study Two: Sample Characteristics Name Index Subject Index 94 97 98 100 106 112 112 115 116 117 139 151 153 153 155 160 163 169 170 173 174 176

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