The book begins by considering what is meant by the term financial crime, addressing how and to whom it causes harm, the ways in which we might evaluate its incidence and impact, and the increasing relevance of measures designed to disrupt economically motivated criminals. Chapters explore the various factors that have led to the rise of financial crime in recent decades, from advances in technology to the practical issues in effective prevention and interdiction. Bringing together an array of perspectives from experts in law, criminology, and regulation and compliance, the book ultimately advances multiple agendas for future research to enhance our understanding of financial crime and better promote its prevention, containment, and management.
This incisive Research Agenda will be an invaluable resource for scholars of law, criminology, management studies, and compliance and risk. Its practical insights will also benefit criminal and regulatory lawyers, as well as legislators and researchers involved in the protection of their economies and financial institutions against financial crime.
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