Books from "Yale Studies on White-Collar Crime Series"
Wayward Capitalists initiates a series, Yale Studies on White-Collar Crime, that sheds new light on white-collar crime and its control. Despite important individual efforts over the past several decades, there has not been an opportunity for a sustained program of research on white-collar crime since Edwin H. Sutherland first introduced the concept over forty years ago. Beginning in the mid-1970s, however, as a result of a grant from the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (a branch of the Justice Department now known as the National Institute of Justice), a group of scholars in law and the social sciences at Yale University was given such an opportunity. This group, which has been under the direction of Stanton Wheeler, Ford Foundation Professor of Law and the Social Sciences at Yale University, present its research findings in a series of related but largely independent books. Topics include corporate and managerial misconduct, the federal prosecution of white-collar crime, defenders of white-collar criminals, and the thought processes and sentencing behavior of judges in white-collar cases.
White-Collar Offenders in the Federal Courts02/23/1994, PaperISBN: 9780300059465
The Sentencing of White-Collar Criminals01/29/1992, PaperISBN: 9780300054750
Targets of the Securities and Exchange Commission09/10/1987, PaperISBN: 9780300039337
A Portrait of Attorneys at Work09/10/1985, PaperISBN: 9780300043686