Corporate Criminal Liability and Sanctions: Current Trends and Policy Changes


Meiselles, M., Ryder, N. and Visconti, A. (ed.) 2024. Corporate Criminal Liability and Sanctions: Current Trends and Policy Changes. London CRC Press/ Routledge.
EditorsMeiselles, M., Ryder, N. and Visconti, A.

This edited collection sheds light on the evolution of corporate financial crime, exploring a myriad of offenses ranging from money laundering and fraud to market manipulation and bribery.

Considering and assessing the models used in national law to determine the culpability of corporations, this book compares the different schemes used to address financial and other organisational crimes committed by same. Through a combination of history, law, and global perspectives, its chapters dissect landmark cases and provide detailed analyses of money laundering, fraud, market manipulation, manslaughter, and legislative responses in various locations around the world. This comparative approach offers a unique lens, exploring diverse jurisdictions and shedding light on global patterns of corporate wrongdoing. By critically assessing the challenges of prosecuting economic crimes on a large scale, the collection proposes innovative solutions, including the introduction of 'failure to prevent' offences.

Corporate Criminal Liability and Sanctions: Current Trends and Policy Changes is a valuable resource for academics, professionals, and anyone intrigued by the ever-evolving realm of white-collar and corporate wrongdoing. It will appeal to scholars across the fields of law, criminology, sociology, and economics, as well as those professionally engaged in corruption and regulation such as solicitors, barristers, businessmen and public servants.

KeywordsWhite-collar crime; money laundering; corporate crime; corporate criminal liability
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Publication dates
Online16 Aug 2024
Publication process dates
Deposited08 Apr 2024
PublisherCRC Press/ Routledge
Place of publicationLondon
SeriesRoutledge Frontiers of Criminal Justice
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