Economic Crime (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
298
Utgivningsdatum
2022-04-25
Förlag
Routledge
Medarbetare
Hock, Branislav / Shepherd, David
Illustratör/Fotograf
black and white 16 Illustrations 16 Line drawings, black and white 40 Tables black and white
Illustrationer
16 Line drawings, black and white; 40 Tables, black and white; 16 Illustrations, black and white
Dimensioner
234 x 156 x 17 mm
Vikt
445 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
449:B&W 6.14 x 9.21 in or 234 x 156 mm (Royal 8vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Matte Lam
ISBN
9780367533878
Economic Crime (häftad)

Economic Crime

From Conception to Response

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This book offers a fresh approach to a range of pressing issues, emphasising the value of establishing economic crime as a sub-discipline within criminology. This will be essential reading for a range of more applied graduate courses across the UK and Europe on counter-fraud, money laundering, corruption, security management and financial crime investigation. Given the prominence of 'economic crime' amongst police forces, law enforcement agencies and government, this book has a secondary market amongst practitioners.
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"The scope of economic crimes are unparalleled in modern times, particularly with the rise of the Internet and online financial services. This work provides an excellent approach to understand these offenses, and the individuals responsible. It is essential reading for professionals and the academy." Thomas Holt, School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University, USA "This volume makes a convincing case for an offense-based approach to the category of economic crimes, ranging from corporate cartels and money laundering, to counterfeiting, industrial espionage and intellectual property crime. It provides an encompassing overview of these crimes as well as a highly up-to-date and integrated discussion of national, transnational and private policing of economic crimes. An accessible and well-written introduction that is useful to anyone interested in understanding the character and harmfulness of crimes in the context of global business, as well as in the design of smart prevention strategies." Judith van Erp, Professor of Regulatory Governance, Utrecht University, The Netherlands "This is a very helpful compendium to guide private and public sector practitioners and scholars through a rapidly evolving field of theory and action, and a clarion call for more serious evidence-based resourcing and policy attention to a range of economic crimes" Michael Levi, Professor of Criminology, Cardiff University "This book delivers on the case for economic criminology! In an engaging and accessible style, it walks the reader through the complexity of the types, causes and consequences of economic crimes. Effectively balancing theory and practice, and not shying away from critical definitional issues, it is chock full of illustrative and provocative examples. Button, Hock and Shepherd have created a strong foundation for students, scholars, policy makers and practitioners to further advance this critical yet understudied area of criminology." Jeremy M. Wilson, Professor, School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University, US"This is a go-to text for understanding the latest patterns in the fast-evolving area of economic crime. The authors combine analytical clarity with an entertaining readable style, providing fascinating insights into an area that is under-researched despite being an increasingly present part of our lives." Elizabeth David-Barrett, Professor of Governance and Integrity, University of Sussex, UK The scope of economic crimes are unparalleled in modern times, particularly with the rise of the Internet and online financial services. This work provides an excellent approach to understand these offenses, and the individuals responsible. It is essential reading for professionals and the academy. Thomas Holt, School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University, USA This volume makes a convincing case for an offense-based approach to the category of economic crimes, ranging from corporate cartels and money laundering, to counterfeiting, industrial espionage and intellectual property crime. It provides an encompassing overview of these crimes as well as a highly up-to-date and integrated discussion of national, transnational and private policing of economic crimes. An accessible and well-written introduction that is useful to anyone interested in understanding the character and harmfulness of crimes in the context of global business, as well as in the design of smart prevention strategies. Judith van Erp, Professor of Regulatory Governance, Utrecht University, The Netherlands "This is a very helpful compendium to guide private and public sector practitioners and scholars through a rapidly evolving field of theory and action, and a clarion call for more serious evidence-based resourcing and policy attention to a range of economic crimes" Michael Levi, Professor of Criminology, Cardiff University This book delivers on the case for economic crimino

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Mark Button is Professor of Criminology and Director of the Centre for Counter Fraud Studies at the University of Portsmouth, UK. Branislav Hock is a senior lecturer in Economic Crime at the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Portsmouth, UK. David Shepherd is a senior lecturer in Economic Crime at the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Portsmouth, UK.

Innehållsförteckning

1.Economic Crime and Economic Criminology 2.Fraud 3.Bribery and Corruption 4.Cartel and Antitrust Offences 5.Economic Cybercrime 6.Intellectual Property Crime and Illicit Trade 7.Industrial and Economic Espionage 8.Money Laundering 9.Explaining Economic Crime 10.Economic Crime: Law and Regulation 11.State and Transnational Policing of Economic Crime 12.Private Policing of Economic Crime Conclusion: An Agenda for Economic Criminologists and Economic Crime Practitioners