OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

The Oxford Handbook of White-Collar Crime

ISBN : 9780199925513

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¥28,710
Author: 
Francis T. Cullen; Shanna Van Slyke; Michael Benson
Pages
744 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
180 x 254 mm
Pub date
Apr 2016
Series
Oxford Handbooks
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Although white-collar crime has caused a substantial amount of damage on both the individual and societal levels, it often ranks below street crime as a matter of public concern. Thus, white-collar crime remains an ambiguous and even controversial topic among academics, with a relative dearth of scholarly focus on the issue. The Oxford Handbook of White-Collar Crime offers a comprehensive treatment of the most up-to-date theories and research regarding white-collar crime. Contributors tackle a vast range of topics, including the impact of white-collar crime, the contexts in which white-collar crime occurs, current crime policies and debates, and examinations of the criminals themselves. The volume concludes with a set of essays that discuss potential responses for controlling white-collar crime, as well as promising new avenues for future research. Uniting conceptual theories, empirical research, and ethnographic data, the Handbook provides the first unified analytic framework on white-collar crime. Given the astronomical aggregate losses to victims, building a more nuanced understanding of the dynamics of white-collar crime is a topic of immediate social concern. The definitive resource on white-collar crime, this Handbook will be a valuable resource for developing both intellectual and policy-related solutions.

Index: 

1. Core Themes in the Study of White-Collar Crime
Michael L. Benson, Shanna R. Van Slyke, and Francis T. Cullen

PART I: DEFINITIONAL DEBATES
2. The Roots and Variant Definitions of the Concept of "White-Collar Crime"
Gilbert Geis
3. Theoretical, Empirical, and Policy Implications of Alternative Definitions of "White-Collar
Crime"
Henry N. Pontell

PART II: IMPACT OF WHITE-COLLAR CRIME
4. What Is Known and What Should Be Known about White-Collar Crime Victimization?
Hazel Croall
5. The Costs of White-Collar Crime
Mark A. Cohen

PART III: UNDERSTANDING WHITE-COLLAR CRIMINALS
6. Who Commits White-Collar Crime, and What Do We Know about Them?
Paul M. Klenowski and Kimberly D. Dodson
7. White-Collar Criminals: Ethnographic Portraits of Their Identities and Decision Making
Dean A. Dabney
8. The Pool of Potential White-Collar Criminals: From Whence?
Andy Hochstetler and William Mackey
9. Middle-Class Crime: Moral Economies between Crime in the Streets and Crime in the Suites
Susanne Karstedt
10. Gender Constructions
Mary Dodge

PART IV: WHITE-COLLAR CRIME ACROSS THE LIFE COURSE
11. Adolescent Precursors of White-Collar Crime
Simon I. Singer
12. White-Collar Criminal Participation and the Life Course
Alex R. Piquero and Nicole Leeper Piquero
13. Developmental Perspectives on White-Collar Criminality
Michael L. Benson

PART V: CULTURAL AND INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXTS
14. White-Collar Crimes of the Financial Crisis
Spencer Headworth and John L. Hagan
15. Political Economy and White-Collar Crime
Harland Prechel
16. Economic Fluctuations and Crises
Sally S. Simpson and Melissa Rorie
17. Cultural Variation
Susyan Jou, Bill Hebenton, and Lennon Chang

PART VI: ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT
18. Criminal Decision Making in Organizational Contexts
Edward Tomlinson and Amanda Pozzuto
19. Opportunities for White-Collar Crime
Tamara D. Madensen
20. Employee Theft
Jay P. Kennedy
21. Criminogenic Organizational Properties and Dynamics
Wim Huisman
22. Organizational Self-Restraint
Stelios C. Zyglidopoulos and Peter Fleming

PART VII: REGULATORY OVERSIGHT
23. Oversight and Rule Making as Political Conflict
Mary Kreiner Ramirez
24. Regulation: From Traditional to Cooperative
Neil Gunningham
25. Ethnographic Portraits of Regulatory Inspectors on the Job: Implications for Oversight
Policy
Peter Mascini
26. The Credibility of Oversight and Aggregate Rates of White-Collar Crime
Wei Wang and Hongming Cheng

PART VIII: CRIMINAL SANCTIONS
27. Investigating and Prosecuting White-Collar Criminals
Lucian E. Dervan and Ellen S. Podgor
28. Sentencing Respectable Offenders
Michael Levi
29. Effects on White-Collar Defendants of Criminal Justice Attention and Sanctions
Brian K. Payne
30. White-Collar Crime and Perceptual Deterrence
Ray Paternoster and Stephen G. Tibbetts

PART IX: PUBLIC POLICY
31. The Practical Challenges of Responding to Corporate Crime
Peter Cleary Yeager
32. Public Opinion and Public Policy on White-Collar Crime
Shanna R. Van Slyke and Donald J. Rebovich

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