INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONS OF WHITE-COLLAR CRIME: A CASE STUDY APPROACH
INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONS OF WHITE-CO
White-collar crime has become a pervasive issue in today’s globalized world, transcending national boundaries and posing significant challenges to law enforcement agencies and regulatory bodies. This abstract focuses on the study of international dimensions of white-collar crime through a case study approach. By examining prominent cases from different countries, this research aims to provide insights into the complexities and intricacies of white-collar crimes in a global context.
The case study approach involves in-depth analysis of specific instances of white-collar crime, including financial fraud, corruption, insider trading, money laundering, and embezzlement. These cases will be selected from various regions, such as North America, Europe, Asia, and other parts of the world, to capture the diverse nature of white-collar crimes across different jurisdictions.
The research will explore several key dimensions of international white-collar crime, including the modus operandi of offenders, the role of multinational corporations, cross-border cooperation between law enforcement agencies, legal challenges in extradition and prosecution, and the effectiveness of international regulatory frameworks.
Through a comparative analysis of these case studies, this research aims to identify common patterns and differences in the perpetration and detection of white-collar crimes across different countries. It seeks to shed light on the factors that contribute to the occurrence of these crimes, such as inadequate regulations, weak enforcement mechanisms, cultural factors, and economic incentives.
Moreover, the study will examine the challenges faced by investigators and prosecutors in gathering evidence, coordinating investigations across jurisdictions, and securing successful prosecutions. It will also explore the impact of white-collar crimes on national economies, financial markets, and public trust, emphasizing the need for effective international collaboration to combat this global menace.
The findings of this research will contribute to a better understanding of the international dimensions of white-collar crime and provide valuable insights for policymakers, law enforcement agencies, and international organizations involved in the prevention and control of white-collar crimes. By highlighting the complexities and challenges associated with these crimes, this study aims to stimulate further research and foster international cooperation in addressing the global nature of white-collar crime.