Session 33: WC1 -> Transnational Crime and Corruption
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Ascot
Session Chair: Nikos Passas, Temple University
Corruption and the Culture of Inequality: Local Culture and Global Crime. A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Corruption
by: Susanne Karstedt, Keele University (Corresponding)
A Comparative Study of Ministerial Corruption in Democracies
by: Linda L. Dolive, Northern Kentucky University (Corresponding)
The Emerging Battle Over the World Trade Organization: Implications for the Study and Control of Transnational Corporate Crime
by: Ronald C. Kramer, Western Michigan University (Corresponding)
Raymond J. Michalowski, Northern Arizona University
Corporation's Illegal Trade and Money Laundering
by: Tae M. Choo, Mississippi Valley State University (Corresponding)
They May be Legal, But They Ain't Right: Corporate Crimes Without Law Violations
by: Nikos Passas, Temple University (Corresponding)

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