Session 371: RS216 -> The Case of Enron/Arthur Anderson: State-Corporate Crime for the New Century
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 15
Place: Cresthill
Session Chair: Linda Robyn, Northern Arizona University
Enron: The New Face State-Corporate Crime on the Global Arena
by: Raymond J. Michalowski, Northern Arizona University (Corresponding)
The Costs of State-Corporate Crime: The Case of Enron and Arthur Anderson
by: Rick A. Matthews, Carthage College (Corresponding)
William J. Miller, Carthage College
The Prevention and Control of State-Corporate Crime: Lessons From the Enron Scanal
by: Ronald C. Kramer, Western Michigan University (Corresponding)
Structural Limits on State Power to Police Corporate Crime
by: Kathryn Stout, Dominican University (Corresponding)
The Enron/Andersen Cases: Paradigmatic Cases of White Collar Crime?
by: David O. Friedrichs, University of Scranton (Corresponding)
Discussants:
David Kauzlarich, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville

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