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European White-Collar Crime

Exploring the Nature of European Realities

Edited by Nicholas Lord, Éva Inzelt, Wim Huisman and Rita Faria

Published

Jul 21, 2021

Page count

272 pages

ISBN

978-1529212327

Dimensions

234 x 156 mm

Imprint

Bristol University Press

Published

Jul 21, 2021

Page count

272 pages

ISBN

978-1529212341

Dimensions

Imprint

Bristol University Press
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    European White-Collar Crime

    From corporate corruption and the facilitation of money laundering, to food fraud and labour exploitation, European citizens continue to be confronted by serious corporate and white-collar crimes.

    Presenting an original series of provocative essays, this book offers a European framing of white-collar crime. Experts from different countries foreground what is unique, innovative, or different about white-collar and corporate crimes that are so strongly connected to Europe, including the tensions that exist within and between the nation-states of Europe, and within the institutions of the European region.

    This European voice provides an original contribution to discourses surrounding a form of crime which is underrepresented in current criminological literature.

    Nicholas Lord is Professor of Criminology at the University of Manchester, UK.

    Éva Inzelt is Assistant Professor in Criminology at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary.

    Wim Huisman is Professor of Criminology at VU Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

    Rita Faria is Assistant Professor in Criminology at the University of Porto, Portugal.

    In Pursuit of a European Dialogue on White-Collar and Corporate Crimes ~ Nicholas Lord, Éva Inzelt, Wim Huisman and Rita Faria

    Part 1 ~ Researching White-Collar and Corporate Crimes in Europe

    Using Grid-Group Cultural Theory to Assess Approaches to the Prevention of Corporate and Occupational Crime: The EU As Natural Experiment ~ Jeroen Maesschalck

    How to Prioritise White-Collar Crime Research in the EU in Relation to EU Internal and External Security ~ Sunčana Roksandić

    Corruption and Comparative Analyses Across Europe: Developing New Research Traditions ~ Nicholas Lord, Karin Van Wingerde and Michael Levi

    Part 2 ~ Financial Crimes and Illicit Financial Flows

    Identifying ‘Europeanness’ in European White-Collar Crime: The Case Study of Criminal Responses to ’Market Abuse” ~ Sarah Wilson

    Anti-Money Laundering and the Legal Profession in Europe: Between Global and Local ~ Katie Benson

    Responding to Money Laundering Across Europe: What We Know and What We Risk ~ Karin Van Wingerde and Anna Merz

    Part 3 ~ White-Collar Crime European Case Studies

    Food Production Harms in the European Context: The EU as an Enabler or a Solution? ~ Ekaterina Gladkova

    Understanding the Dynamics of White-Collar Criminality in Ukraine ~ Anna Markovska and Iryna Soldatenko

    Labour Exploitation and Posted Workers in the European Construction Industry ~ Jon Davies

    Struggles in Cooperation: Public-Private Relations in the Investigation of Internal Financial Crime in the Netherlands ~ Clarissa Meerts

    Cartel Cases From State Negligence to Direct Political Interest in Hungary ~ Éva Inzelt and Tamás Bezsenyi

    Part 4 ~ Punishment, Enforcement and Regulation of White-Collar Crimes in Europe

    Silencing Those Who Speak Up Against Corporate Power: SLAPP Suits in Europe ~ Judith Van ERP and Tess Van Der Linden

    Same Difference? Reflections on the Comparative Method in White-Collar Crime Research in Ireland and the US ~ Joe McGrath and Deirdre Healy

    Settling With Corporations in Europe: A Sign of Legal Convergence? ~ Liz Campbell

    Part 5 ~ Observations From Outside of Europe

    Observations on European White-Collar Crime Scholarship From the United States ~ Melissa Rorie

    What Is ‘European’ About White-Collar Crime in Europe? Perspectives From the Global South ~ Diego Zysman-Quirós

    Learning (Multiple) Lessons From Europe: Criminological Scholarship on White-Collar Crime ~ Fiona Haines