Corporate Law - Corporate Life and Death - Corporate Crime

Corporate Crime

  • Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007

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Corporate Law - Corporate Life and Death - Corporate Crime
... Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007. ...
State-corporate Crime
... In criminology, the concept of state-corporate crime refers to crimes that result from the relationship between the policies of the state and the policies and practices of commercial corporations ... merely those that are defined by the local criminal jurisdiction as crime ... As an academic classification, it is distinguished from corporate crime, which studies deviance within the context of a corporation and by a corporation political crime, which is crime directed at the state ...
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Corporate Crime - Discussion - Criminalization
... culpable to deserve the stigma of being labelled as a crime ... Corporate profitability in these areas therefore depends on building more prison facilities, managing their operations, and selling inmate labor ... (Kicenski 2002) Edwin Sutherland's definition of white collar crime also is related to notions of corporate crime ...
Sociological Theory - Theories in Subfields of Sociology - Criminology
... The general theory of crime States that the main factor behind criminal behaviour is the individual's lack of self-control ... Rational choice theory States that people commit crimes when it is rational for them to do so according to analyses of costs and benefits, and that crime can be reduced ... Social disorganization theory States that crime is more likely to occur in areas where social institutions are unable to directly control groups of individuals ...

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