Session 140: WC4 -> Responses to White-Collar Crime
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Georgian
Session Chair: James W. Williams, York University
Joining Forces: How the Methods and Results of Empirical Research are Being Used in Developing White-collar Crime Intelligence
by: Erja Virta, University of Turku (Corresponding)
Blending Criminal and Tort Law Remedies to Deter Organizational Deviance
by: Thomas Koenig, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
Look Who's Watching Now: Forensic Accounting and the Private Policing of White-collar Crime
by: James W. Williams, York University (Corresponding)

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