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Sideswiping the White-Collar Crime Wave

Amidst a rising tide of corporate crime in the United States, “white collar” criminal prosecutions and convictions are at their lowest levels in decades.

Appeared in: Volume 13, Number 3 | Published on: November 20, 2017
James S. Henry, a contributing editor, is an investigative economist and lawyer who has written widely about corporate crime, tax havens, kleptocracy, and pirate banking. He is a senior fellow at the Columbia University’s Center on Sustainable Investment, a Global Justice Fellow at Yale, a senior advisor at the Tax Justice Network, and a member of the New York Bar.
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