Executives' knowledge of white-collar crime: learning to prevent criminal behaviour
by Cathrine Filstad; Petter Gottschalk; Hans Solli-Sæther
International Journal of Innovation and Learning (IJIL), Vol. 11, No. 3, 2012

Abstract: The purpose of this study was to create insights into executives' knowledge of white-collar crime and how they can prevent criminal behaviour. Our research was carried out in the largest business organisations in Norway. In terms of risk, respondents suggest that probability of white-collar crime is low, while consequences when occurring are substantial. Most likely position category for white-collar crime is a purchasing manager, followed by a marketing manager, and a person in executive management. External and internal control authorities need to focus less on routines and regulations and more on persons in vulnerable positions.

Online publication date: Thu, 28-Aug-2014

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