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CEOs and White-Collar Crime : A Convenience Perspective.

By: Gottschalk, Petter.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (161 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319559353.Subject(s): Critical criminologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: CEOs and White-Collar Crime : A Convenience PerspectiveDDC classification: 658.408 LOC classification: HV6001-7220.5Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents -- List of Figure and Tables -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- Abstract -- References -- Chapter 2 Chief Executive Officers -- Abstract -- Introduction -- CEO Power and Influence -- CEO Responsibility and Accountability -- CEO Role and Behavior -- CEO Recruitment and Succession -- CEO Heir Apparent or None -- CEO Charisma and Celebrity -- CEO Content and Context -- CEO Conflict and Competition -- CEO Compensation and Benefits -- References -- Chapter 3 White-Collar Criminals -- Abstract -- Introduction -- White-Collar Crime -- CEO Criminal Behavior -- CEO Criminal Sample -- CEO Trond Kristoffersen -- CEO Fred Ingebrigtsen -- CEO Kenneth Lay -- CEO Bernard Ebbers -- CEO Bernard Madoff -- CEO Martha Stewart -- Commissioner Bernard Kerik -- References -- Chapter 4 Convenient Financial Motive -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Con v enience Theory -- Competitive Pr essur es -- Hier  archy of Needs -- Goal Or ientation -- R efer ences -- Chapter 5 Convenient Organizational Opportunity -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Narrow Self-serving Agents -- Institutional Opportunities -- Enabling Resources -- Transaction Cost Control -- The Case of Deutsche Bank -- References -- Chapter 6 Convenient Deviant Behavior -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Personality Disorders -- Self-control and Control Desire -- Slippery Slope Decline -- Neutralization Techniques -- References -- Chapter 7 CEO Blame Games -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Private Investigations -- Police Investigations -- Internal Investigations -- Blame Game Hypothesis -- Telenor in VimpelCom -- Nordea in Panama Paper -- DNB in Panama Paper -- References -- Chapter 8 Conclusion -- Abstract -- References -- Index.
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Contents -- List of Figure and Tables -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- Abstract -- References -- Chapter 2 Chief Executive Officers -- Abstract -- Introduction -- CEO Power and Influence -- CEO Responsibility and Accountability -- CEO Role and Behavior -- CEO Recruitment and Succession -- CEO Heir Apparent or None -- CEO Charisma and Celebrity -- CEO Content and Context -- CEO Conflict and Competition -- CEO Compensation and Benefits -- References -- Chapter 3 White-Collar Criminals -- Abstract -- Introduction -- White-Collar Crime -- CEO Criminal Behavior -- CEO Criminal Sample -- CEO Trond Kristoffersen -- CEO Fred Ingebrigtsen -- CEO Kenneth Lay -- CEO Bernard Ebbers -- CEO Bernard Madoff -- CEO Martha Stewart -- Commissioner Bernard Kerik -- References -- Chapter 4 Convenient Financial Motive -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Con v enience Theory -- Competitive Pr essur es -- Hier  archy of Needs -- Goal Or ientation -- R efer ences -- Chapter 5 Convenient Organizational Opportunity -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Narrow Self-serving Agents -- Institutional Opportunities -- Enabling Resources -- Transaction Cost Control -- The Case of Deutsche Bank -- References -- Chapter 6 Convenient Deviant Behavior -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Personality Disorders -- Self-control and Control Desire -- Slippery Slope Decline -- Neutralization Techniques -- References -- Chapter 7 CEO Blame Games -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Private Investigations -- Police Investigations -- Internal Investigations -- Blame Game Hypothesis -- Telenor in VimpelCom -- Nordea in Panama Paper -- DNB in Panama Paper -- References -- Chapter 8 Conclusion -- Abstract -- References -- Index.

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