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Profiling White-Collar Criminals: & The Theory of Differential…

by R A Bethune

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This book seeks to address many of the current shortcomings in the field of white-collar criminology by proposing a new universal definition for the academic subject, whilst demonstrating how this corresponds to legislative offences in practice. It addresses the relative lack of knowledge about the perpetrators of white-collar crime by presenting new analysis of data from a global survey of over 5,400 corporations on the individual characteristics of offenders. It also reviews existing criminological theories and applies them to white-collar crime to develp a new conceptual framework that seeks to account for this form of offending behaviour. Lastly, it explains how established offender profiling techniques can be adapted and utilised in conjunction with the new data presented and concepts put forward, to produce white-collar criminal profiles that can be used proactively by organisations in the development of cutting-edge financial crime prevention and detection techniques.

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