CONTENTS:- 1. Introduction; 2. Economic and Organised Crime; 3. Economic Offences in India; 4. Private Corporate sector; 5. Concept of White Collar Crime; 6. Corruption, Governance and Security; 7. Threats of Economic Crime; 8. Confiscating the Proceeds of Crimes; 9. Corporate Crime in the Digital Age; 10. United Nations Action Against Corporate Crime; 11. Corporate Crime in a Globalised World.
Corporate crime refers to criminal practices by individuals that have the legal authority to speak for a corporation or company. These can include presidents, chief executive officers, managers, directors and chairmen, sales people, agents or anyone with a company that has authority to act on behalf of the firm. This book provide a detailed account of the nature, causes and consequences of various forms of corporate crimes. It assesses the potential for the legal control of corporate criminality as infomed by insight gleaned from an understanding of why such corporate crime features on various undergraduate and postgraduate criminology and criminal justice courses across the country, which makes this comprehensive book highly appropriate for law and criminology students. It is also an insightful text appropriate for a wider academic audience and discusses the legal, sociological and criminological dimensions of corporate crime in detail.