Session 230: CL9 -> OPEN FORUM: State-Corporate Crime
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Thursday, November 8
Place: Cabinet
Session Chair: David Kauzlarich, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville
The Origins and Developent of the Concept of State-Corporate Crime
by: Ronald C. Kramer, Western Michigan University
David Kauzlarich, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville (Corresponding)
Ordinary Business: State-Corporate Crime in Nazi Germany
by: Rick A. Matthews, Ohio University (Corresponding)
William J. Miller, Carthage College
Bridgestone-Firestone, Ford and the FTA: State-Corporate Crime in the Tire Tread Separation Cases
by: Christopher W. Mullins, Southwest Illinois College (Corresponding)
The International Court of Justice and the Control of State Crime
by: Peter Iadicola, Indiana-Purdue University - Fort Wayne (Corresponding)
TBA
by: Linda Robyn, Northern Arizona University (Corresponding)
State-Corporate Crime in a Globalized Political-Economy
by: Raymond J. Michalowski, Northern Arizona University (Corresponding)

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