Financial Crimes : A Threat to Global Security.

By: Edelbacher, MaximillianContributor(s): Kratcoski, Peter C | Theil, MichaelSeries: Advances in Police Theory and Practice SerPublisher: Baton Rouge : CRC Press LLC, 2012Copyright date: ©2012Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (440 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781439869277Subject(s): Commercial crimes.;Commercial criminalsGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Financial Crimes : A Threat to Global SecurityDDC classification: 364.168 LOC classification: HV6768 -- .F56 2012ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Front Cover -- Contents -- Series Editor's Preface -- Financial Crimes Preface -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Editors -- Contributors -- Chapter 1 - Changing Concepts of Security: The Preventive Turn in Defensive Design -- Chapter 2 - History of Crisis and the Quest for Security -- Chapter 3 - Development toward a "Security Society": The Case of Austria -- Chapter 4 - The Concept of Security in the European Union -- Chapter 5 - Human Security and the United Nations Security Council -- Chapter 6 - White Collar Crime -- Chapter 7 - Cyber Crime and Economic Crime -- Chapter 8 - Organized Crime, the Mafia, White Collar Crime, and Corruption -- Chapter 9 - Rule of Law versus Financial Crime -- Chapter 10 - The Financial Crisis and the Haphazard Pursuit of Financial Crime -- Chapter 11 - Fighting Corruption: The Role of the Media in the Broader Global Context -- Chapter 12 - Financial Crisis or Financial Crime?: Competence and Corruption -- Chapter 13 - Dealing with Insurance: What Can Be Learned -- Chapter 14 - Police Detectives and Investigative Reporters Working Hand in Hand against Organized Crime -- Chapter 15 - Human Factors Analysis: How to Build Resilience against Financial Crimes -- Chapter 16 - Stronger Oversight of the Financial Sector: Lessons from Institutional Reforms in Developing Countries -- Chapter 17 - Business Angels: Can They Help to Prevent Another Financial Crisis? -- Chapter 18 - Legislative and Programming Initiatives to Prevent and Control Financial Crimes in the United States -- Chapter 19 - Financial Crime: Past, Present, and Future -- Epilogue -- Back Cover.
Summary: " … provides an analysis of the state of crime in this economic sector for anyone interested in the science and practice of increased security in the financial world … a comprehensive work covering many aspects of financial crimes."-Dr. Ewald Judt, in Bank-Archivs.
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Front Cover -- Contents -- Series Editor's Preface -- Financial Crimes Preface -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Editors -- Contributors -- Chapter 1 - Changing Concepts of Security: The Preventive Turn in Defensive Design -- Chapter 2 - History of Crisis and the Quest for Security -- Chapter 3 - Development toward a "Security Society": The Case of Austria -- Chapter 4 - The Concept of Security in the European Union -- Chapter 5 - Human Security and the United Nations Security Council -- Chapter 6 - White Collar Crime -- Chapter 7 - Cyber Crime and Economic Crime -- Chapter 8 - Organized Crime, the Mafia, White Collar Crime, and Corruption -- Chapter 9 - Rule of Law versus Financial Crime -- Chapter 10 - The Financial Crisis and the Haphazard Pursuit of Financial Crime -- Chapter 11 - Fighting Corruption: The Role of the Media in the Broader Global Context -- Chapter 12 - Financial Crisis or Financial Crime?: Competence and Corruption -- Chapter 13 - Dealing with Insurance: What Can Be Learned -- Chapter 14 - Police Detectives and Investigative Reporters Working Hand in Hand against Organized Crime -- Chapter 15 - Human Factors Analysis: How to Build Resilience against Financial Crimes -- Chapter 16 - Stronger Oversight of the Financial Sector: Lessons from Institutional Reforms in Developing Countries -- Chapter 17 - Business Angels: Can They Help to Prevent Another Financial Crisis? -- Chapter 18 - Legislative and Programming Initiatives to Prevent and Control Financial Crimes in the United States -- Chapter 19 - Financial Crime: Past, Present, and Future -- Epilogue -- Back Cover.

" … provides an analysis of the state of crime in this economic sector for anyone interested in the science and practice of increased security in the financial world … a comprehensive work covering many aspects of financial crimes."-Dr. Ewald Judt, in Bank-Archivs.

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