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Senior Honors Thesis
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This paper attempts to study white collar crime and the cost it has on the United States' economy. White collar crime has many ripple effects including job loss, stock price changes, consumer price increases, jail costs, and court costs, and each of these comes at an enormous cost to society. Overall, this paper argues that more resources are needed for white collar crime prevention in order to save a large sum of money each year.
Graham, Megan, "White Collar Crime and the United States' Economy" (2012). Honors Theses and Capstones. 49.