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NCJ Number: 94095 Find in a Library
Title: White-Collar Criminality, Part 1
Editor(s): P Poerting
Date Published: 1983
Page Count: 317
Sponsoring Agency: Bundeskriminalamt
Wiesbaden, Germany 6200
Sale Source: Bundeskriminalamt
Ki 13
Postfach 1820
Germany (Unified)
Language: German
Country: West Germany (Former)
Annotation: The problem of white-collar crime in Germany is discussed, and means of controlling it are recommended.
Abstract: Individual papers examine criminal policy concerning white-collar offenses, the relationship between the office of the public prosecutors and the police, and their collaborative efforts in apprehending and punishing white-collar criminals. Investigations of criminal cases in Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, France, Spain, Great Britain, and the United States are reviewed. The crimes discussed include insurance abuse, theft, fraudulent bankruptcy claims, copyright violations, fraudulent acquisition of subsidies, and illegal employment (nonunion labor).
Index Term(s): Copyright laws; Fraud; Germany; Insurance fraud; Unlawful compensation; White collar crime
Note: BKA (Bundeskriminalamt) - Sehriftenreihe Band 52 (Federal Criminal Office Series, Volume 52)
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