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- Ahern, D. (2003) "Corporate Killing: The Way Forward?", Irish Criminal Law Journal, 13/3, 10
- Ashworth, A. (2006) "Personality" in Principles of Criminal Law (5th ed.), 114-122. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Bergman, D. (2000) The Case for Corporate Responsibility. London: Centre For Corporate Accountability.
- Box, S. (1989) Crime, Power and Mystification. London: Tavistock Publications
- Carson, W.G. (1980) "The Institutionalization of Ambiguity: Early British Factory Acts", in Geis, G. & Stotland, E., eds., White-Collar Crime: Theory and Research, 172-173. California: Sage.
- Coffee, J. (1981) "‘No Soul to Damn: No Body to Kick’: An Unscandalised Inquiry into the Problem of Corporate Punishment", Michigan Law Review, 79, 386.
- Coleman, J. (1994) The Criminal Elite: The Sociology of White Collar Crime. New York: St. Martin’s Press.
- Croall, H. (2001) Understanding White Collar Crime. Buckingham: Open University Press.
- Field, S., & Jorg, N. (1991) "Corporate Liability and Manslaughter: Should We Be Going Dutch?", Criminal Law Review, 159
- Fisse, B., & Braithwaite, J. (1988) "The Allocation of Responsibility for Corporate Crime: Individualism, Collectivism and Accountability", University of Sydney Law Review 11, 468
- Fisse, B., & Braithwaite, J. (1994) Corporations, Crime and Accountability. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
- Gobert, J. & Punch, M. (2003) Rethinking Corporate Crime. London: Butterworths
- Haines, F. (1997) Corporate Regulation: Beyond ‘Punish or Persuade.’ Oxford: Clarendon
- Home Office. (2000) Reforming the Law on Involuntary Manslaughter: The Government's Proposals. London: Home Office.
http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/documents/cons-2005-corporate-manslaughter/2000-cons-invol-manslaughter.pdf?view=Binary (PDF, 438 KB)
- Lacey, N. (2000) "Philosophical Foundations of the Common Law: Social not Metaphysical" in Holder, J., ed., Oxford Essays in Jurisprudence Fourth Series. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Law Commission (237-1996) Legislating the Criminal Code: Involuntary Manslaughter. London: Law Commission.
- Law Reform Commission LRC (77-2005) Report on Corporate Killing. Dublin: Law Reform Commission
- McCullagh, C. (2002) "How Dirty is the White Collar? Analysing White Collar Crime" in P. O’ Mahony, ed., Criminal Justice in Ireland, 155. Dublin: Institute of Public Administration
- Mokhiber, R. (1988) Corporate Crime and Violence: Big Business, Power and the Abuse of Trust. San Francisco: Random
- Norrie, A. (1993) Crime, Reason and History Chapter 5. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson.
- Pontell, H. N. & Geis, G. L. (2007) International Handbook of White-Collar and Corporate Crime. New York: Springer-Verlag
- Punch, M. (2000) "Suite violence: why managers murder and corporations kill", Crime, Law and Social Change 33, 243
- Punch, M. (2004) "Corporate Killing: Issues, Policy and the Law (in the UK)." Themanummer 'Organisatiecriminaliteit' Tijdschrift voor Criminologie, nr2.
- Salinger, L. M. (2004) Encyclopedia of White-Collar and Corporate Crime. London: Sage
- Shover, N. & Hochstetler, A. (2005) Choosing White Collar Crime. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
- Shover, N. & Wright, J. P. (2001) Crimes of Privilege: Readings in White- Collar Crime. Oxford: Oxford University Press
- Slapper, G. & Tombs, S. (1999) Corporate Crime. London: Longman
- Slapper, G. (1999) Blood in the Bank. Aldershot: Ashgate.
- Sutherland, E. (1940) "White Collar Criminality", American Sociological Review, 5, 1-12
- Sutherland, E. (1949) White Collar Crime. New York: Holt
- Swigert, V. L. & Farrell, R. A. (1980/81) "Corporate Homicide: Definitional Processes in the Creation of Deviance", Law and Society Review, 15/1, 161-182
- Tonry, M.T. & Reiss Jr., A.J. (1993) Beyond the Law: Crime in Complex Organisations. Chicago/ London: University of Chicago Press.
- Walsh, E. (1999) "The Enforcement of Money-Laundering Legislation", Irish Criminal Law Journal, 9/2, 204
- Wells, C. (1996) "The Corporate Manslaughter Proposals: Pragmatism, Paradox and Peninsularity", Criminal Law Review, 545
- Wells, C. (2001) Corporations and Criminal Responsibility. Oxford: Clarendon Press
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