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White-collar crime costs the United States more than $300 billion each year. It is surprisingly common, with one in every three Americans eventually becoming a victim. The criminals often dismiss these crimes as victimless, but those unfortunate enough to fall prey would disagree. An Introduction to Corporate and White-Collar Crime provides readers with an understanding of what white-collar crime is, how it works, and the extent to which it exists in our society. The broad-based coverage in this text analyzes the opportunity structures for committing white-collar crime and explores new ways of thinking about how to control it. Topics include: Theories behind white-collar crime, including social and psychological theories Routine activity, crime pattern, and situational crime prevention theories Laws that govern the securities industries, including the Securities Exchange Act and Sarbanes-Oxley Bank fraud, money laundering, racketeering, and organized crime Crimes involving public officials and obstruction of justice Control and prevention of white-collar crimes and sanctions for white-collar criminals The material is organized and presented in a logical fashion, with each chapter building from the previous content. Every chapter begins with objectives to help readers focus on the topic and concludes with review questions to test assimilation of the material and promote debate. Several chapters conclude with a practicum to facilitate real-world understanding of the material.Introduction to the Study of White-Collar Crime Definition of White-Collar Crime Victims of White-Collar Crime White-Collar Criminal Prosecuting White-Collar Criminals Required Criminal Conduct Major White-Collar Crimes Traditional Explanations of White-Collar Crime Social Theories Social Control Theories Cultural Deviance Theories Social Disorganization Theories Biological Theories Psychological Theories Moral Theory Case Study Opportunity Structure of White-Collar Crime Routine Activity Theory Crime Pattern Theory Situational Crime Prevention Theory White-Collar Crime by Government Officials Occupational Opportunities Bribery in Foreign Countries Laws That Govern the Securities Industry Insider Trading Securities Act of 1933 Securities Exchange Act of 1934 Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 Investment Company Act of 1940 Investment Advisers Act of 1940 Trust Indenture Act of 1939 JOBS Act of 2012 Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Enforcement of SEC Regulations Investor Alerts Banking and Currency Related Crimes Bank Fraud Currency Reporting Requirements Money Laundering Racketeer and Organized Crime Overview What Is an Enterprise? RICO in Criminal Cases Pattern of Racketeering Rico in Civil Cases State RICO Statutes Crimes Involving Public Officials Bribery and Illegal Gratuity Elements of Bribery and Illegal Gratuities Criminal Conflict of Interest Honest-Services Fraud Obstruction of Justice Omnibus Obstruction Provision Agency Provision Obstructing an Investigation Witness Tampering and Retaliation Civil Action to Restrain Harassment of a Victim or Witness Perjury Sanctions for White-Collar Criminals Purposes of Criminal Sanctions Imprisonment Criminal Fines Sentencing Guidelines Financial Sanctions Plea Waivers Why Would a Prosecutor Agree to a Lesser Sentence in This Case? Civil Forfeitures Double Jeopardy and White-Collar Crime Practicum on Sentencing What Factors Would You Consider in Determining the Correct Sentence? Control and Prevention of White-Collar Crimes How a Convicted Felon Would Reduce White-Collar Crime Thompson Memorandum Why Prosecution Is Important FBI'S Asset Forfeiture/Money Laundering Unit National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) Useful Links Appendix A: Reprint of Sutherland's Article on White- Collar Crime Index


Szczegóły: An Introduction to Corporate and White Collar Crime - Cliff Roberson, Frank J. DiMarino

Tytuł: An Introduction to Corporate and White Collar Crime
Autor: Cliff Roberson, Frank J. DiMarino
Producent: CRC Press Inc.
ISBN: 9781439851586
Rok produkcji: 2013
Ilość stron: 284
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.62 kg


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An Introduction to Corporate and White Collar Crime

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White-collar crime costs the United States more than $300 billion each year. It is surprisingly common, with one in every three Americans eventually becoming a victim. The criminals often dismiss these crimes as victimless, but those unfortunate enough to fall prey would disagree. An Introduction to Corporate and White-Collar Crime provides readers with an understanding of what white-collar crime is, how it works, and the extent to which it exists in our society. The broad-based coverage in this text analyzes the opportunity structures for committing white-collar crime and explores new ways of thinking about how to control it. Topics include: Theories behind white-collar crime, including social and psychological theories Routine activity, crime pattern, and situational crime prevention theories Laws that govern the securities industries, including the Securities Exchange Act and Sarbanes-Oxley Bank fraud, money laundering, racketeering, and organized crime Crimes involving public officials and obstruction of justice Control and prevention of white-collar crimes and sanctions for white-collar criminals The material is organized and presented in a logical fashion, with each chapter building from the previous content. Every chapter begins with objectives to help readers focus on the topic and concludes with review questions to test assimilation of the material and promote debate. Several chapters conclude with a practicum to facilitate real-world understanding of the material.Introduction to the Study of White-Collar Crime Definition of White-Collar Crime Victims of White-Collar Crime White-Collar Criminal Prosecuting White-Collar Criminals Required Criminal Conduct Major White-Collar Crimes Traditional Explanations of White-Collar Crime Social Theories Social Control Theories Cultural Deviance Theories Social Disorganization Theories Biological Theories Psychological Theories Moral Theory Case Study Opportunity Structure of White-Collar Crime Routine Activity Theory Crime Pattern Theory Situational Crime Prevention Theory White-Collar Crime by Government Officials Occupational Opportunities Bribery in Foreign Countries Laws That Govern the Securities Industry Insider Trading Securities Act of 1933 Securities Exchange Act of 1934 Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 Investment Company Act of 1940 Investment Advisers Act of 1940 Trust Indenture Act of 1939 JOBS Act of 2012 Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Enforcement of SEC Regulations Investor Alerts Banking and Currency Related Crimes Bank Fraud Currency Reporting Requirements Money Laundering Racketeer and Organized Crime Overview What Is an Enterprise? RICO in Criminal Cases Pattern of Racketeering Rico in Civil Cases State RICO Statutes Crimes Involving Public Officials Bribery and Illegal Gratuity Elements of Bribery and Illegal Gratuities Criminal Conflict of Interest Honest-Services Fraud Obstruction of Justice Omnibus Obstruction Provision Agency Provision Obstructing an Investigation Witness Tampering and Retaliation Civil Action to Restrain Harassment of a Victim or Witness Perjury Sanctions for White-Collar Criminals Purposes of Criminal Sanctions Imprisonment Criminal Fines Sentencing Guidelines Financial Sanctions Plea Waivers Why Would a Prosecutor Agree to a Lesser Sentence in This Case? Civil Forfeitures Double Jeopardy and White-Collar Crime Practicum on Sentencing What Factors Would You Consider in Determining the Correct Sentence? Control and Prevention of White-Collar Crimes How a Convicted Felon Would Reduce White-Collar Crime Thompson Memorandum Why Prosecution Is Important FBI'S Asset Forfeiture/Money Laundering Unit National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) Useful Links Appendix A: Reprint of Sutherland's Article on White- Collar Crime Index

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Szczegóły: An Introduction to Corporate and White Collar Crime - Cliff Roberson, Frank J. DiMarino

Tytuł: An Introduction to Corporate and White Collar Crime
Autor: Cliff Roberson, Frank J. DiMarino
Producent: CRC Press Inc.
ISBN: 9781439851586
Rok produkcji: 2013
Ilość stron: 284
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.62 kg


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