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Drawing on both theory and major case studies, this book provides a much-needed sociological and comparative analysis of the world of the manager in the context of misconduct within business organizations.
Organizational misbehaviour and crime have been relatively neglected in the social sciences, particularly in business studies. Analyses have tended to be fragmentary, overly slanted towards narrow external views - such as those of legal control and public policy - and predominantly North American. Dirty Business rectifies this by offering a broad sociological perspective related to work, organizations and management, supported by a range of key international case studies. In developing his arguments, Maurice Punch
PART ONE: INTRODUCTION Management and Organizational Misbehaviour Business, Society, and Corporate Deviance White-Collar Crime and Organizational Deviance Consequences and Control PART TWO: CASES Ten Cases of Corporate Deviance PART THREE: CONCLUSION Everything but Temptation Tackling Business Crime