Lying, Cheating and Stealing: A Moral Theory of White Collar Crime

This philosophically rigorous treatment of white-collar criminal law was awarded the White-Collar Crime Research Consortium's first annual Outstanding Publication Award. As the Wall Street Journal described it, "Green's book admirably clears away much of the conceptual underbrush surrounding the idea of white-collar crime." Professor Green describes the morally ambiguous nature of many white-collar crimes and offers a framework for evaluating the moral wrongfulness (or lack thereof) of the acts often prosecuted in this area of the law.

Stuart P. Green, Professor of Law and Justice Nathan L. Jacobs, Scholar, Rutgers School of Law-Newark (Oxford University Press, 2007)



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