Frankfurt/M., Berlin, Bern, New York, Paris, Wien, 1992. 211 pp.
Contents: The social origins of growing economic criminality - On the systematization of economic crime - White-Collar Criminal
offenders as individuals and groups - Qualitative aspects of economic crime - Computer crime - Money and credit fraud - Tax
and impost offences - Subsidy fraud - Corruption - Illegal employment - Offences against competition laws - Insolvency crime
- Environmental offences - Offences in the protection of industrial property rights.