Session 105: WC3 -> Motives and Seriousness of White-Collar Crime
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Georgian
Session Chair: Michael Blankenship, East Tennessee State University
Seductions of White-Collar Crime
by: Maurice Punch, London School of Economics (Corresponding)
Determinants of Intentions to Commit White Collar Crime
by: Michael Blankenship, East Tennessee State University (Corresponding)
Stephen G. Tibbetts, East Tennessee State University
Profiling Hackers: Beyond Psychology
by: Kall Loper, California State University, Sacramento (Corresponding)
Wrongfulness and Harmfulness as Components of Seriousness of White-collar Offenses
by: Sean P. Rosenmerkel, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)

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