Profit Without Honor: White Collar Crime and the Looting of America, 7th edition
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Profit Without Honor takes a lively storytelling approach to white-collar crime. The text paints a vivid picture of white-collar crime in the US today. Witty and engaging, it exposes the discrepancies between personal gain and individual integrity. The authors examine high-profile cases, trends in criminal activity, and the victims and consequences of criminal behaviors. Colorful anecdotes and statistics spark interest and engagement.
The 7th Edition addresses dramatic new developments in the study of white-collar crime since the last edition, including dozens of cases of corporate and governmental abuses of power in our modern era. This edition looks at the water crisis that has devastated Flint, Michigan, and the scams of certain for-profit colleges, among many other examples.
Published by Pearson (June 11th 2021) - Copyright © 2020
Subject: Criminal Justice
Category: White-Collar Crime
2. Crimes Against Consumers
3. Unsafe Products
4. Environmental Crime
5. Institutional Corruption: Mass Media and Religion
6. Securities Fraud
7. Corporate Fraud
8. Fiduciary Fraud: Crime in the Banking, Insurance, and Pension Fund Industries
9. Crimes by the Government
10. Corruption of Public Officials
11. Medical Crime
12. Computer Crime
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