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June 2010

A selection of new key reports, books, journal articles and websites. All items are available on interlibrary loan through the JV Barry Library. Please contact your own library for assistance.

Financial crime

Books/reports

Journal articles

  • Combating white-collar crime in Canada : serving victim needs and market integrity / Michael Kempa
    Journal of financial crime 17(2) 2010: 251-264
    Summary: In reporting a symposium hosted by the Bank of Canada and RCMP, the article considers the conceptual difficulties in white collar crime law enforcement, where the cultural divide between operation of the free market and policing impede collaboration and information sharing.
  • Corruption and ethical relativism : what is at stake? / Michel Dion
    Journal of financial crime 17(2) 2010: 240-150
    Summary: This paper addresses the long standing dilemma of the balance between cultural practices that permit corruption and ethical reasoning.
  • Terrorist financing 2010 : editorial / William Tupman
    Journal of financial crime 17(2) 2010: 177-178
    Summary: This editorial argues that setbacks to counter terrorism funding laws in Europe and the UK should provide a breathing space for authorities to realise that there are no short cuts to uncovering and stopping this financing, and that attacks on civil society are counterproductive.
  • Theories of financial crime / Petter Gottschalk
    Journal of financial crime 17(2) 2010: 210-222
    Summary: Identifies theoretical perspectives on financial crime from criminological, organisational and management theories for future conceptual and empirical studies.