White-collar Crime

White-collar Crime

Book - 2009
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Like all the other books in the Opposing Viewpoints series, this volume gives the power of knowledge and debate to the reader. Editor Kelly Wand explains what white-collar crime is, then gives the readers several opposing essays to consider about some highly-controversial views. Are corporations over-regulated? Are these crimes committed by inherently dishonest people? Are business schools creating white-collar criminals by failing to teach ethics? Are those found guilty actually repaying their debts or skating off? Readers will analyze the sides of these questions. An essay by Noam Chomsky will spur critical thinking, as he states that a criminal corporate elite is running the government and the media.
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2009.
ISBN: 9780737745481
Characteristics: 283 p. ;,23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Wand, Kelly


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