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The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is corporate crime.


Six Superlative Sources

· Alexander, Cindy R., and Mark A. Cohen. "Why Do Corporations Become Criminals? Ownership, Hidden Actions, and Crime as an Agency Cost," Journal of Corporate Finance, 5 (1): 1-34 (March 1999).

· Lofquist, William S., Mark A. Cohen, and Gary Rabe, (eds). Debating Corporate Crime, Anderson Publishing and Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (1997).

· Fisse, Brent, and John Braithwaite. Corporations, Crime and Accountability, Cambridge University Press (1993).

· Karpoff, J.M., and J.R. Lott, Jr.. "The Reputational Penalty Firms Bear from Committing Criminal Fraud," Journal of Law and Economics, 36: 757-802 (1993).

· Boston University Law Review. "A National Conference on Sentencing of the Corporation," (Symposium issue), 71 (2) (March 1991).

· Coffee, J. "'No Soul to Damn: No Body to Kick,' An Unscandalized Inquiry into the Problem of Corporate Punishment," Michigan Law Review, 79: 386-459 (1981).

Other Excellent Sources

· Alexander, Cindy R., Jennifer Arlen, and Mark A. Cohen. "Regulating Corporate Criminal Sanctions: Evidence on the Effect of the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines," Journal of Law and Economics, 42: 271-300 (April 1999).

· Khanna, V.S. "Corporate Criminal Liability: What Purpose Does It Serve?" Harvard Law Review, 109: 1477-1534 (1996).

· Fischel, D., and A. Sykes. "Corporate Crime," Journal of Legal Studies 25: 319-49 (1996).

· Cohen, Mark A. "Theories of Punishment and Empirical Trends in Corporate Criminal Sanctions," Managerial and Decision Economics, 17: 399-411 (1996).

· Alexander, Cindy R., and Mark A. Cohen. "New Evidence on the Origins of Corporate Crime," Managerial and Decision Economics, 17: 421-35 (1996).

· Blankenship, Michael B. (ed.). Understanding Corporate Criminality, Garland Publishing (1993).

· Polinsky, A.M., and Shavell, S. "Should Employees Be Subject to Fines and Imprisonment Given the Existence of Corporate Liability?" International Review of Law and Economics, 13 (3): 239-57 (1993).

· Cohen, Mark A. "Environmental Crime and Punishment: Legal/Economic Theory and Empirical Evidence on Enforcement of Federal Environmental Statutes," Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 82 (3): 1054-1108 (1992).

· Schlegel, Kip, and David Weisburd (eds.). White Collar Crime Reconsidered, Northeastern University Press (1992).

· Parker, Jeffrey. "Criminal Sentencing Policy for Organizations: The Unifying Approach of Optimal Penalties," American Criminal Law Review, 26 (3): 513-604 (Winter 1989).

· Cohen, Mark A. "Corporate Crime and Punishment: A Study of Social Harm and Sentencing Practice in the Federal Courts, 1984-1987," American Criminal Law Review, 26 (3): 605-660 (Winter 1989).

· Fisse, Brent, and John Braithwaite. Corrigible Corporations and Unruly Law, Trinity University Press (1985).

· Vaughan, Diane. Controlling Unlawful Organizational Behavior: Social Structure and Corporate Misconduct, University of Chicago Press (1983).

· Clinard, Marshall B., and Peter C. Yeager. Corporate Crime, Free Press (1980).

· Stone, C.D. Where the Law Ends: The Social Control of Corporate Behavior, Harper and Row (1975).

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