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  1. New Publications 2 items
    1. Corruption in commercial enterprise: law, theory, and practice - Nicholas Lord 2018

      Book  Also available as an ebook via Taylor & Francis Online

  2. Most comprehensive introductory sources to the subject 2 items
    1. Understanding white collar crime - Hazel Croall 2001

      Book  NOTE: This book is also available as a MyiLibrary eBook - chapters will accompany Lectures 1-5 as recommended readings. Although this book is from 2001, it provides a very comprehensive introduction to key concepts and theories. We will supplement this with more recent and advanced readings throughout the module.

    2. The Oxford handbook of white-collar crime 2016

      Book  Also available as an eBook Central ebook

  3. Lectures 1-5 Useful General Texts 8 items
    You are not expected to purchase these texts but copies will be available in the library. The texts below cover the content of the first five lectures in addition to other key themes around white-collar and corporate crime. I'd suggest you draw upon these on a regular basis to supplement your learning.
    1. Understanding white collar crime - Hazel Croall 2001

      Book  This book is also available as a MyiLibrary eBook. Simply follow the link and the instructions. You'll need your UoM username and password to access it

    2. Corporate crime - Gary Slapper, Steve Tombs 1999

      Book 

    3. International Handbook of White-Collar and Corporate Crime - Henry N. Pontell, Gilbert Geis 2007 (electronic resource)

      Book  Available as a Springer eBook

    4. The Criminology of White-Collar Crime - Sally S. Simpson, David Weisburd 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book  Available as a Springer eBook

    5. Choosing white-collar crime - Neal Shover, Andrew Hochstetler 2006

      Book 

    6. Corporate crime - Marshall B. Clinard, Peter C. Yeager, Ruth Blackburn Clinard c1980

      Book 

    7. Rethinking corporate crime - James J. Gobert, Maurice Punch 2003

      Book 

    8. White collar crime - Edwin H. Sutherland c1961

      Book 

  4. Lectures 16 items
    1. Lecture 1: Introduction - What is white-collar crime? 1 item
    2. Lecture 2: Nature and types of white-collar and corporate crimes of finance 1 item
    3. Lecture 3: Offending, victimisation and harms 2 items
    4. Lecture 4: Regulation, enforcement and control 2 items
    5. Lecture 5: Punishment and sanctioning 1 item
    6. Lecture 6: Tax Noncompliance 1 item
      1. No required lecture reading.

    7. Lecture 7: Lawyers as White-Collar Criminals 6 items
      1. Money Laundering - Michael Levi, Peter Reuter 01/2006

        Article 

      2. Drugs and money: managing the drug trade and crime-money in Europe - P. C. van Duyne, Michael Levi 2004 (electronic resource)

        Book  Available as an eBook Central ebook

    8. Lecture 8: Case Study 3 - Illicit Financial Flows 0 items
      No lecture readings. See seminar readings.
    9. Lecture 9: Case study 4 - Bribery and Corruption in International Business 1 item
      1. There is no recommended preparatory reading for this lecture. See seminar readings.

    10. Lecture 10: Reinforcing the narrative - common and recurring themes 1 item
      1. There is no recommended preparatory reading for this lecture.

  5. Seminars 41 items
    1. Seminar 1: Is the concept of 'white-collar crime' useful? 9 items
      1. Essential Reading 3 items
        1. Chapter 32 White-Collar and Corporate Crime - Michael Levi, Nicholas Lord

          Chapter  Electronic copy on Blackboard

        2. Chapter 1 Introduction (the Sutherland-Tappan debate) - Gary Slapper, Steve Tombs

          Chapter  Focus specifically on pages 1-8 and the Sutherland-Tappan debate. The remainder of the chapter is also very useful for your understanding of the concepts of white-collar and corporate crime.

      2. Additional Reading 6 items
        1. Introduction - Sally S. Simpson, David Weisburd

          Chapter 

    2. Seminar 2: Causality and explanation of white-collar crimes 6 items
      1. Essential Reading 2 items
      2. Additional Reading 4 items
        1. Because They Can - James Gobert, Maurice Punch

          Chapter 

        2. General Strain Theory and White-Collar Crime - Robert Agnew, Nicole Leeper Piquero, Francis Cullen

          Chapter 

    3. Seminar 3: Regulating white-collar and corporate crimes - the role of the criminal law 6 items
      1. Essential Reading 2 items
      2. Additional Reading 4 items
    4. Seminar 4: Punishing white-collar and corporate crimes 5 items
      1. Essential Reading 2 items
      2. Additional Reading 3 items
        1. Chapter 10 The Future of Corporate Prosecutions - Brandon Garrett

          Chapter 

    5. Seminar 5: Tax Noncompliance - HSBC and the 'Bank of Tax Cheats' 4 items
      1. Essential Reading 2 items
      2. Recommended Reading 2 items
    6. Seminar 6: Lawyers and Money Laundering 1 item
      1. Essential Reading 1 item
      2. Recommended Reading 0 items
        See the readings for Lecture 7 on lawyers, money laundering and white-collar crime
    7. Seminar 7: Illicit Finance - The Panama and Paradise Papers 4 items
      TBC
      1. Essential Reading 2 items
      2. Additional Reading 2 items
    8. Seminar 8: International Bribery, Rolls Royce and the Serious Fraud Office 5 items
      1. Essential Reading 1 item
      2. Additional Reading 4 items
    9. Seminar 9 - Abolishing the Corporation? 1 item
      1. Essential Reading 1 item
        1. The corporate criminal: why corporations must be abolished - Steve Tombs, David Whyte 2015

          Book  Also available as an eBook via eBook Central. Read Chapters 1 AND 6

      2. Additional Reading 0 items
        There are NO additional readings for this seminar.
    10. Seminar 10: Summative assessment guidance 0 items
      There are no readings for this seminar as it is geared towards providing you with further guidance on the assessment.
  6. Other Useful Texts 40 items
    1. Corporate and white-collar crime - John Minkes, Leonard Minkes 2008

      Book 

    2. Business crime: its nature and control - Michael Clarke, Sally Wheeler 1990

      Book 

    3. Regulating fraud: white-collar crime and the criminal process - Michael Levi 1988

      Book 

    4. Lying, cheating, and stealing: a moral theory of white-collar crime - Stuart P. Green 2006

      Book 

    5. Combating corporate crime: local prosecutors at work - Michael L. Benson, Francis T. Cullen c1998

      Book 

    6. Corporate crime, law, and social control - Sally S. Simpson 2002

      Book 

    7. Corporate crime in the pharmaceutical industry - John Braithwaite 1984

      Book 

    8. The organization of corporate crime: dynamics of antitrust violation - Katherine M. Jamieson c1994

      Book 

    9. Climate Change from a Criminological Perspective - SpringerLink (Online service) 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    10. White-collar crime and the Great Recession - Neal Shover, Peter Grabosky 11/07/2010

      Article 

    11. Sutherland, Cleckley and Beyond: White-Collar Crime and Psychopathy - Frank S. Perri, Terrance G. Lichtenwald, Edyta M. Mieczkowska 08/11/2014

      Article 

    12. Criminal Trajectories of White-collar Offenders - J. H. R. van Onna, V. R. van der Geest, W. Huisman, A. J. M. Denkers 01/11/2014

      Article 

    13. Control balance and exploitative corporate crime - Piquero, Nicole Leeper ; Piquero, Alex R. ; Piquero, Nicole Leeper ; Piquero, Nicole Leeper ; Piquero, Alex R. ; Piquero, Alex R.

      Journal 

    14. Developmental Trajectories of White-Collar Crime - Nicole Leeper Piquero, David Weisburd

      Chapter 

    15. White-collar and corporate crime in China: a comparative analysis of enforcement capacity and non-issue making - Ghazi-Tehrani, Adam ; Pushkarna, Natasha ; Shen, Puma ; Geis, Gilbert ; Pontell, Henry

      Journal 

    16. White-Collar Crime from an Opportunity Perspective - Michael Benson, Tamara Madensen, John Eck

      Chapter 

    17. Formally shaming white-collar criminals - Ivancevich, John M. ; Konopaske, Robert ; Gilbert, Jacqueline A.

      Journal 

    18. Public perceptions of white-collar crime and punishment - Kristy Holtfreter, Shanna Van Slyke, Jason Bratton, Marc Gertz 2008-3

      Article