[Handbook of White-Collar Criminology]
Series:De Gruyter Handbuch
Aims and Scope
In conjuncture with the debate on corporate governance and compliance, the questions surrounding the causes of white collar-crime and the possibilities of preventing such in companies have become increasingly important. The current practiced measures (such as the development of ethical guidelines, compliance training programs, whistle-blowing, etc.) must be viewed as less than ideal solutions due to the lack of respective empirical evaluation of the efficiency of such measures or because existing findings are not easily accessible. The Handbook of White-Collar Criminology closes this gap.
- Approx. xl, 544 pages
- Type of Publication:
- White-Collar Criminology
- Academic Criminologists, Criminal Lawyers, Business Economists (specialized in Corporate Governance and Compliance), Practitioners (e.g. Business Consulting Companies with Anti-Fraud Management), Directors of Compliance Departments, Judges/Prosecuting Attorneys (Economic Offenses)