Draft book title: Corporate Economic Crime – A Contemporary Review of White-Collar Crime
Goal: Comparative analysis of various corporate economic crimes across jurisdictions, exploring international and European law
Proposed deadline for submission of draft chapter by 1 June 2022
Professor Nicholas Ryder of UWE and Ms Michala Meiselles, Senior Law Lecturer at the University of Derby are in the process of developing a book project and are looking for contributors.
Based on an edited collection of chapters relating to white collar crime, this book aims to provide a comparative analysis of the ways in which different jurisdictions treat corporate economic crimes. This evaluation can focus on law, policy and/or soft law exploring measures which are national, international and/or regional (on the EU for example) in the following fields: Economic crime, bribery and corruption, money laundering, market manipulation, crime and punishment (this list is non-exhaustive).
If you are interested in contributing a chapter, please email Ms Meiselles no later than 15 Feb 2021 (firstname.lastname@example.org):
(1) Short abstract (not exceeding 250 words) for your proposed chapter;
(2) Brief bio (not exceeding 250 words); and
(3) Your CV.