What motivates individuals to engage in acts of white collar crime? While we may ask ourselves what
makes an individual engage in any type of crime, the answer to the question of white collar crime may
be somewhat different. For instance, an individual ma
By DEAN T. OLSON, M.A.
'The frequency and seriousness of international terrorist acts are often proportionate to the financing that
terrorist groups might get.1 Terrorist organizations must develop and maintain robust and low-key funding
Diamond and Jewelry Industry Crime
By KELLY ROSS
The criminal world is changing. Technology, international commerce, and globalization have allowed lawless
individuals to broaden the scope of their activities and the sophistication of their operations.
A recent investigation un-covered a novel avenue of fraud whereby criminals recruit municipalities as unwitting
coconspirators to their own loss. Initially brought to the attention of the U.S. Attorneys Office for the District of
Maryland by a local munic
The Sherman Anti-Trust Act and the American view of monopolies needs to be examined in the study of white
collar crime. However we must ask ourselves, is a monopoly a criminal act? How often do we view a
monopoly, if ever, in the same way as we look upon