Table of contents for Financial crimes : psychological, technological, and ethical issues.


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Table of Contents.- Introduction -Financial Crimes. Psychological, Technological, and Ethical Issues.- Financial crimes, its determinants and policy implications.- Chapter 1- Anti-Corruption Measures: The Panacea to a Financial Cliff (Andreas Kapardis, Maria Krambia-Kapardis and Nestor Courakis).- Chapter 2- The Determinants of Tax Evasion: A Cross-Country Study (Grant Richardson).- Chapter 3- What Determines Information Sharing for Income Tax Purposes: The Swedish Case (Jenny Ligthart, Barbara M. Sadaba and Rene van Stralen).- Chapter 4- The Duty of Financial Institutions to Investigate and Report Suspicions of Fraud, Financial Crime and Corruption (Fletcher Baldwin and Jeffrey A. Gadboys).- Psychological and Psychiatric Aspects of Financial Crimes.- Chapter 5- Forensic Psychiatric Contributions to Understanding Financial Crime (Sara Brady, Erick Rabin, Daniel Wu, Omar Sultan Haque, and Harold J. Bursztajn).- Chapter 6- Cognitive Factors to Financial Crime Victimization (Stacey Wood, Yaniv Hanoch, and George W. Woods).- Chapter 7- Personal and Situational Contributors to Fraud Victimization: Implications of a Four-Factor Model of Gullible Investing (Stephen Greenspan and George W. Woods).- Chapter 8- Villains, Victims and Bystanders in Financial Crime (Bruce Baer Arnold and Wendy Bonython).- Bribery, Corporate Governance and ethical aspect of financial crime.- Chapter 9- Complicity in Organizational Deviance: The Role of Internal and External Unethical Pressures (Anne Sachet-Milliat).- Chapter 10- Corporate Governance and Bribery: Evidence from the World Business Environment Survey (Xun Wu, Krishnan Chandramohan and Azad Singh Bali).- Chapter 11- Integrity in a Context of Institutionalized Corruption: A Theological-Ethical Clarification/Approach of a Complex Issue (Johan Verstraeten).- Chapter 12- Bribery and the Grey Areas of Morality (Michel Dion).- Tax Evasion, Money Laundering and technological aspect of financial crime.- Chapter 13- Applying evidence-based profiling to disaggregated fraud offenders (Andreas Kapardis and Maria Krambia-Kapardis).- Chapter 14- Globalization and the challenge of regulating transnational financial crimes (Nlerum S. Okogbule).- Chapter 15- The transnational organization of the drugs trade (Peter Enderwick).- Chapter 16- Money Laundering: The Challenges of Technology (Louis De Koker).- Chapter 17- New Technologies and Money Laundering Vulnerabilities (Jun Tang and Lishan Ai).- Concluding Remarks – Financial Crimes Research, Theoretical and Practical Implications.




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