Tracking white collar crime especially corporate crime is generally much more complicated than tracking other crimes there often is no single offender or victim to report the crime white collar crime is often based on trust established between the victim and the offender before any crime is committed. White collar crime and corporate crime are similar because they take place within the business world the difference is that white collar crime benefits the individuals involved and corporate crime benefits the company or the corporation usually high ranking individuals within the corporation. Many white collar crimes are especially difficult to prosecute because the perpetrators use sophisticated means to conceal their activities through a series of complex transactions whistleblowers are particularly helpful to prosecutors of white collar crime because these whistleblowers report internal wrongdoing there has been a steady . White collar crime crime committed by persons who often by virtue of their occupations exploit social economic or technological power for personal or corporate gain the term coined in 1939 by the american criminologist edwin sutherland drew attention to the typical attire of the perpetrators . Encyclopedia of white collar crime jurg gerber eric l jensen on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers the high profile collapse of enron worldcom and arthur andersen are recent examples of corporate scandals that have rocked the business world this comprehensive encyclopedia covers the history and current state of major corporate and other forms of white collar crime
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