Corporate Misconduct: The Legal, Societal, and Management Issues

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Hsing K. Cheng is an assistant professor of Information Technology at the Graduate School of Business Administration, the College of William and Mary. His research interests include information systems economics, managing the risks of computer system breakdowns, and analyzing the impacts and policy implications of information technology on society. His work has appeared in many leading journals and conference proceedings.

Richard A. Cohn is a professor of finance at the University of Hartford where he currently holds the George Ansley Chair. Professor Cohn is widely known in the academic finance field as the result of his work on the relationship between stock prices and inflation. His research focuses on asset valuation, security design, and securities market behavior.

Ronald L. Dixon is assistant U.S. attorney and chief of the Felony Trial Division of the U.S. Attorney's office in the District of Columbia. His current interests involve complex multi-defendant criminal prosecutions.

Ralph S. Foster, Jr., is director of Outreach Information and Marketing at Auburn University. His experience includes several years in

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