White Collar and Corporate Crime (LAWS6315)


The unit will expose students to the significant body of criminological theory, research and critical debate on white collar and corporate crime. Students will first be introduced to the historical and conceptual controversies on the status of white collar and corporate crime as objects of criminological knowledge. Different traditions of research and theorizing in the area will then be examined, along with their implications for legal regulation and punishment.

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Sep 26, 27 & Oct 17, 18 (9-5)


6000wd essay (70%) and take-home exam (30%)

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