From Enron to the Exxon Valdez, this fact-packed A-Z encyclopedia covers the economic, social, political and cultural themes in the history of white-collar crime.depression marked by the 1929 stock market crash in the United States, but, ultimately, he overextended himself and began to employ crooked accounting ... Kreuger himself was the only person who was aware of the details of the empire he had built, which aided him greatly in pulling off fraudulent deals. ... In sixteen of these countries, Kreugera#39;s company enjoyed a monopoly on the match market.
|Title||:||Encyclopedia of White-collar Crime|
|Author||:||Jurg Gerber, Eric L. Jensen|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 2007|