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The Experience of Forming the Institute of Legal Responsibility for Economic Crimes in the United States
[Опыт Формирования Института Юридической Ответственности За Экономические Преступления В Сша]

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  • Shatalov, S. (Шаталов, С.)

    () (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA))

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The article discusses the U.S. experience in fighting white-collar crime. It is concluded that a number of approaches used have a high propensity for corruption and therefore direct borrowing of the U.S. experience in Russia seems undesirable.

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  • Shatalov, S. (Шаталов, С.), 2015. "The Experience of Forming the Institute of Legal Responsibility for Economic Crimes in the United States [Опыт Формирования Института Юридической Ответственности За Экономические Преступления В Сша," Published Papers mn39, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
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    white-collar crime; corporate crime; liability; prosecution;

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