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Getting tough on corporate crime?

Jeffrey H. Reiman

Getting tough on corporate crime?

Enron and a year of corporate financial scandals

by Jeffrey H. Reiman

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Published by Allyn and Bacon in Boston, Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Enron Corp.,
  • Corporations -- Corrupt practices -- United States.,
  • Commercial crimes -- United States.,
  • Business failures -- United States -- Case studies.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementprepared by Jeffrey Reiman, Paul Leighton.
    GenreCase studies.
    ContributionsLeighton, Paul, 1964-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 p.
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19637027M
    ISBN 100205398251
    OCLC/WorldCa59358856

    Tough on Crime Policies Lead to Mass Incarceration “Get tough” and “law and order” policies are what led us to the era of mass incarceration in the United States. Now, you may not have heard this term before, so let me give you some information about it. Student Resources to accompany Jeffrey Reiman's The Rich Get Richer & the Poor Get Prison. This section of student resources contains links to the most frequently used sources in the Rich Get Richer plus a listing of selected sites helpful to students of criminology.. Getting Tough on Corporate Crime?

      Tough on Corporate Crime? November 2, Matthew Robinson Blogs 0 A group of individuals — “flesh-and-blood human beings” as they are called by Attorney General Eric Holder — working for large banks and Wall Street investment firms, wrecked the US economy in through widespread fraud. Did Getting Tough on Crime Pay? Crime Policy Report No. 1 James P. Lynch, William J. Sabol Opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the American University or The Urban Institute, its trustees, or sponsors. Summary.

      Corporate Crime, originally published in , is the first and still the only comprehensive study of corporate law violations by our largest corporations. The book laid the groundwork for analyses of important aspects of corporate behavior. It defined corporate crime and found ways of locating corporate violations from various sources. It even drew up measures of the .   The Trump administration likes to beat its chest about its “zero tolerance” and “tough on crime” policies, but it is a rare day indeed when federal prosecutors go hard after corporate Author: Robert Weissman.


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As we begin to answer the question about whether the U.S. is truly getting tough on corporate crime, it is necessary to note that what is at issue is not merely whether white-collar crimes are being punished adequately. As The Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Prison argues at length and with an avalanche of statistics, great if not greater.

Tough on Corporate Crime Intro + Huff and Puff and. Do Little. Hot Deals, Looting and Covering Up: Understanding the Frauds of Sarbanes-Oxley legislation & critique + Conclusion. Scoundrel Capitalism - Chart detailing the major wrongdoing. Yet despite all the tough talk from elected officials, a corporate crime wave has long swept our nation, draining people’s hard-earned savings and severely harming the health and safety of Getting tough on corporate crime?

book more. The pin-stripe-suit wearing perpetrators of this spree are, far more often then not, getting. The findings reveal that Americans generally favor getting tough on corporate illegality. The analysis also indicates, however, that group differences exist in public support for punitive corporate crime control by:   Yet despite all the tough talk from elected officials, a corporate crime wave has long swept our nation, draining people’s hard-earned savings and severely harming the health and safety of millions more.

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From the news headlines about prosecutions and sentences, many people seem to believe that the tide has turned and the U.S. is now tough on corporate crime. In short, the point made by the Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Prison about the unequal treatment of white-collar crime compared to street crime is seen by some as overstated or no longer valid.

Getting Tough on Corporate Crime. Enron and a Year of Corporate Financial Scandals by Paul Leighton and Jeffrey Reiman: 3. Crimes By Any Other Name. In the rest of the chapter, we provide evidence on the extent and seriousness of many harms that are more likely to befall the average American than street crime.

His research generally examines the relationships among race, racism and crime. His latest research focuses on whether racial and ethnic intolerance predicts punitive attitudes cross-nationally, factors related to whether the public wants to “get tough” on corporate crime, and the relationship between perceived racial discrimination and delinquency.

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Harsher law enforcement, often called the get-tough approach, has been the guiding strategy for the U.S. criminal justice system since the s. This approach has involved increased numbers of. Associate professor of sociology at Mississippi State University.

His latest research focuses on developing a theoretical model that predicts individual differences in punitiveness and assessing the factors that predict whether Americans want to “get tough” on corporate by:.

Why It Is Getting Harder to Prosecute Executives for Corporate Misconduct By Peter Henning J by renholding The era of large corporate penalties certainly looks to be over, and it is an open question whether we will continue to see companies pleading guilty or settling cases with deferred prosecution agreements.

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