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White Collar Crime


Criminal Justice Policy Research Institute


White collar crime is an often overlooked area in both criminological research and public policy.  Dr. Danielle McGurrin is our resident expert on white collar and corporate crime issues.


Learn more about white collar crime research and issues by checking out Dr. Danielle McGurrin's interview of Dr. Mike Benson, a national white collar crime expert from the University of Cincinnatti.  Link to Dr. Benson interiview.


McGurrin, Danielle and Joshua Fecteau. “The Regulatory Failings of OSHA as State Crime” In J. Gerber’s (ed.), Encyclopedia of White-Collar Crime. CT: Greenwood Press. 2006.
Zilney, Lisa, Danielle McGurrin, and Sam Zahran. 2006. “Environmental Justice Research and Criminology’s Role: A Thematic Analysis.” Criminal Justice Review, 31:1.
Lynch, Michael J., Danielle McGurrin, and Melissa Fenwick. “Disappearing Act: The Representation of Corporate Crime Research in Criminology Journals and Textbooks.” Journal of Criminal Justice, October 2004, 32:5.
McGurrin, Danielle and Victor E. Kappeler. 2002. “Media Accounts of Police Sexual Violence: Rotten Apples or State-Supported Violence?” In K. Lersch’s (ed.), Policing and Misconduct. Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall.



Brian Renauer, Ph.D 
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