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Journal of Corporation Law
Why have there been so few prosecutions in the wake of the financial crisis? Official inquiries have found that rampany mandacity and fraud contributed to the meltdown.2 Yet, if anything, the government has adopted a "gentler" response to financial wrongdoing in the last five years.3 Why is this?
Originally published in The Journal of Coporation Law © 2015 University of Iowa. Reproduced with permission.
Sepinwall, A. J. (2015). Crossing the Fault Line in Corporate Criminal Law. Journal of Corporation Law, 40 (2), 439-482. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/lgst_papers/77
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