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- Created 2012-02-18
refers to crimes committed either by a
having a separate legal personality from the
s that manage its activities), or by individuals acting on behalf of a corporation or other business entity (see
). Some negative behaviours by corporations may not actually be criminal; laws vary between jurisdictions. For example, some jurisdictions allow
Corporate crime overlaps with:
, because the majority of individuals who may act as or represent the interests of the corporation are white-collar
, because criminals may set up corporations either for the purposes of crime or as vehicles for
the proceeds of crime. The world’s gross criminal product has been estimated at 20 percent of world trade. (de Brie 2000); and
because, in many contexts, the opportunity to commit crime emerges from the relationship between the corporation and the
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