corporate and white-collar crime - Coggle Diagram
corporate and white-collar crime
white-collar are crimes financially motivated but non-violent. committed by mostly middle class. term was developed by Edwin Sutherland (1949)
theft of trade secrets
credit card fraud
insider stock trading
corporate crimes is a type of white-collar crimes as they are motivated to benefit their organisation or one self.
sexual and racial discriminaton
violations of wage laws, right to join a union or take industrial action, and of health and safety laws.
selling unfit goods