This is a review and synthesis of the literature on white-collar crime. It is an attempt to encourage critical thought about the nature of crime, law, and criminal justice by examining white-collar crime. One of the unique themes of the work is an ongoing comparison between white-collar and conventional crime with the implication that learning about white-collar crime simultaneously teaches us something about conventional crime and criminal justice.
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White-Collar Criminal: The Offender in Business and the Professions By Gilbert Geis Atherton Press, 1968
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