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Title White-collar crime [electronic resource] / Kelly Wand, book editor.
Publication Info. Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2009.
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 Libraries Electronic Books  ELECTRONIC BOOK-Opposing Viewpoints In Context    AVAIL. ONLINE
Description 283 p. ; 23 cm.
Series Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Opposing Viewpoints In Context
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents What is white-collar crime? White-collar crime is morally ambiguous / Stuart P. Green ; White-collar crime is morally wrong / Harry Glasbeek ; Corporations are over-regulated / Edwin Meese III ; Corporations need regulatory restraints / Ted Nace ; Definitions of white-collar crime are unfair to business / John S. Baker, Jr. -- Who commits white-collar crime? White-collar crime is committed by inherently dishonest people / Linda Wasmer Andrews ; White-collar crime is the result of business schools not teaching ethics / Kenneth R. Gray, Larry A. Frieder, and George W. Clark, Jr. ; White-collar criminals are mentally unbalanced people / Tom O'Connor ; White-collar criminals are rational persons / Neal Shover and Andy Hochstetler ; White-collar criminals tend to be wealthy / Cynthia Crossen ; White-collar criminals tend to be victims of corporate culture / Paul Sweeney -- Is white-collar crime appropriately punished? White-collar criminals are unfairly punished / Nicole Gelinas ; White-collar criminals rarely repay their debts / Ross Todd ; White-collar criminals often do prison time / Brian K. Payne ; White-collar criminals rarely do hard prison time / David Feige ; Laws against white-collar crime are overly harsh / Ellen S. Podgor ; White-collar crime laws need toughening in response to new technologies / Richard Johnston -- Is white-collar crime institutionalized? The Founding Fathers considered corporations oppressive / Thom Hartmann ; A criminal corporate elite runs the government and the media / Noam Chomsky, interviewed by Irene McGee ; A corporate conspiracy is a myth / G. William Domhoff ; As large corporations themselves the media underreport white-collar crime / Ben H. Bagdikian.
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Subject White collar crimes -- United States.
Commercial crimes -- United States.
Corporations -- Corrupt practices -- United States.
Added Author Wand, Kelly.
Opposing Viewpoints In Context
ISBN 9780737745481 (hardcover)
0737745487 (hardcover)
9780737745498 (pbk.)
0737745495 (pbk.)
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