The Shifting Imaginaries of Corporate Crime

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2019). The Shifting Imaginaries of Corporate Crime. Journal of White Collar and Corporate Crime, 1(1) (In Press).

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/2631309X19882641

Abstract

This article begins by setting out an analysis of the process of conventionalizing corporate crime that arises from the symbiotic relationship between states and corporations. Noting briefly the empirical characteristics of four broad categories of corporate crime and harm, the article then turns to explore the role of the state in its production and reproduction. We then problematize the role of the state in the reproduction of corporate crime at the level of the global economy, through the “crimes of globalization” and “ecocide,” warning of the tendency in the research literature to oversimplify the role of states and of international organizations. The article finishes by arguing that, as critical academics, it is our role to ensure that corporate crime is never normalized and fully conventionalized in advanced capitalist societies.

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