Session 28: WC1 -> White-Collar Crime in Education and Industry
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: Rio Grande
Session Chair: Bernadette Jones Palombo, Louisiana State University
An Examination of Strategies for the Control of the Illicit Traffic in Plundered Antiquities
by: Christine Alder, University of Melbourne (Corresponding)
Kenneth Polk, University of Melbourne
Organizational Deviance: An Examination of Academic Administration
by: Stephen E. Brown, East Tennessee State University (Corresponding)
John P. Wright, University of Cincinnati
Hustling the Faithfully Departed: A Case Study of Fraud and Deceptive Practices in the Funeral and Cemetery Industries
by: Bernadette Jones Palombo, Louisiana State University (Corresponding)
Accounting for Fraud: Lessons From the Gokal/BCCI Schemes
by: Nikos Passas, Temple University (Corresponding)
Confronting the Costs of Environmental Deviance: Mining Cleanup in the Inland Northwest
by: Gary E. Reed, University of Idaho (Corresponding)

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