Acknowledgements.- Preface.- I. Introduction: Theoretical Issues in Organizational and Corporate Lawbreaking.- 1. Beyond Macro- and Micro-: Levels of Analysis, Organizations and the Cultural Fix, Diane Vaughan.- 2. Understanding Corporate Lawbreaking: From Profit-Seeking to Law-Finding, Peter Cleary Yeager.- 3. Attributing Responsibility for Organizational Wrongdoing, Matthew T. Lee, Jeannine A. Gailey.- II. White-Collar Criminogenesis: Structure, Motivation, and Rationalization.- 1. Generative Worlds of White-Collar Crime, Neal Shover.- 2. Because They Can: Motivations and Intent of White-Collar Criminals, James Gobert and Maurice Punch.- III. Critical and Postmodern Approaches to Research. 1. Researching White Collar and Corporate Crime in an Era of Neo-Liberalism, Steve Tombs, Dave Whyte.- 2. An Age of Miracles?, Frank Pearce.- 3. White-Collar Crime in a Postmodern Globalized World, David O. Friedrichs.- IV. Corporate Crime and State-Corporate Crime.- 1. Corporate Crime, Amitai Etzioni, Derek Mitchell.- 2. State-Corporate Crime and Criminological Inquiry, Raymond J. Michalowski, Ronald C. Kramer.- V. Legal Perspectives: Theory, Irresponsibility, and Liability.- 1. A Normative Approach to White-Collar Crime, Stuart P. Green.- 2. The Corporation as a Legally Created Site of Irresponsibility, Harry Glasbeek.- 3. Preventive Fault and Corporate Criminal Liability: Transforming Coprporate Organizations Into Private Policing Entities, Richard S. Gruner.- VI. Forms of White-Collar Crime.- 1. Gold Collar Crime: The Peculiar Complexities and Ambiguities of War Crimes, Crimes Against Humanity, and Genocide, Chrisje Brants.- 2. Environmental Pollution by Corporations in Japan, Minoru Yokoyama.- 3. Crime in the World of Art, Christine Alder, Kenneth Polk. 4. Computer Crime and White-Collar Crime, Peter Grabosky, Sascha Walkley.- VII. Professional and Occupational White-Collar Crime.- 1. From Pink to White with Various Shades of Embezzlement: Women Who Commit White-Collar Crimes, Mary Dodge.- 2. The Itching Palm: The Crimes of Bribery and Extortion, David Shichor.- 3. Crime by Lawyers in Japan and the Responsibilities of Professionals, Shin Matsuzawa and Tokikazu Konishi.- VIII. Corruption: Narratives, Definitions, and Applications.- 1. Corruption Kills, William K. Black.- 2. On the Comparative Study of Corruption, Franklin E. Zimring, David T. Johnson.- 3. Corporate Corruption in the New Economy, Robert Tillman, Michael Indergaard.- 4. Cesare Beccaria and White Collar Crimes' Public Harm: Italian Systemic Corruption, Gabrio Forti, Arianna Visconti.- IX. Case Studies.- 1. The Role of the Mass Media in the Enron Fraud: Cause or Cure?, Stephen M. Rosoff.- 2. Crime? What Crime? Tales of the Collapse of HIH, Fiona Haines.- 3.Enron, Lemont & Hauspie, and Parmalat: Comparative Case Studies, Georges Kellens, Michael Dantine, Bertrand Demonceau.- 4. White Collar Crime and Reactions of the Criminal Justice System in the U.S. and Japan, Tomomi Kawasaki.- X. Policing White-Collar Crime.- 1. Policing Healthcare at the Dawn of the New Millennium, Paul Jesilow.- 2. Policing Financial Crimes, Michael Levi.- XI. Regulation, Prevention, and Control.- 1. Situational Crime Prevention and White-Collar Crime, Michael L. Benson, Tamara D. Madensen. -2. 'This Time We Really Mean It!' Cracking Down on Stock Market Fraud, Laureen Snider.- 3. White Collar Crime and Prosecution for 'Industrial Manslaughter' as a Means to Reduce Workplace Death, Rick Sarre.- 4. The Punishment of Corporate Crime in China, Ling Zhang, Lin Zhao.
The International Handbook of White-Collar and Corporate Crime is an absolutely superb compilation of articles on white-collar crime and its control. The International Handbook is a truly essential acquisition for any library serving those with an interest in white- collar crime, and no white-collar crime scholar can afford to be without a copy of this volume close at hand. The fifty authors represented here succeed in addressing most if not all of the most important current issues pertaining to white-collar crime and its control. Altogether, this volume is quite certain to influence the scholarly understanding of white-collar crime and its control for years to come, and will long be regarded as a landmark contribution to the field.
-David O. Friedrichs, Professor & Distinguished University Fellow, University of Scranton (Pennsylvania, USA) Author of: Trusted Criminals: White-Collar Crime in Contemporary Society 3E (2007)