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Regulating Corporate Crime: From Punishment to Self-Regulation

NCJ Number
Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention Volume: 13 Issue: Supplement 1 Dated: 2012 Pages: 31-46
Paul Larsson
Date Published
16 pages
This study examined the regulation of corporate crime and punishment.
The main goal of this article is to build bridges between studies and theories on the control of economic crime and what is often presented as mainstream criminology. Quite a few of the developments in the regulation of traditional crimes come from the regulation of industry. This is not only technical gadgets, but also ways of thinking, logic, and tackling crimes and breaches of conduct and the normalization of crimes and the language of regulation. Abstract published by arrangement with Taylor and Francis.