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Acknowledgments

On behalf of my co-editor and myself, I would like to thank all the authors who contributed to this special issue. Most of them presented their articles at the Stockholm workshop. Thanks are also extended to the workshop audience who asked important questions and made insightful comments. Many thanks also go to all the referees for this Special Issue. They are: Bengt Larsson, Elisabeth Bradshaw, Wim Huisman, Steve Tombs, Susan Will, Nicholas Ryder, Victoria Collins, Thomas MacManus, Steven Bittle, Laureen Snider, Robert Moore, Jay Kennedy, Giancarlo Spagnolo, Robert Bowles, Lindsey Carson, Kevin Mckenna and Jesus Hernandez. On a fiscal note, I would like to thank the Centre of Banking and Finance – CEFIN, School of Architecture and the Built Environment, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) for supporting the workshop in Stockholm last autumn, and especially Professor Mats Wilhelmsson for sponsoring and opening the event. Thanks are also extended to Professor Nikos Passas, the editor of Crime, Law and Social Change: An International Journal, for accepting the proposal for a special issue on Finance, harm and white collar crime. Finally, I would like to express my gratitude to Professor David Friedrichs for introducing me to the subject of financial crime; first by offering a course in the subject at Stockholm University in 2013 and secondly by guiding me during the editorial work for this Special Issue.

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Special Issue: Finance, harm and white collar crime

Guest editors: Vania Ceccato and David Friedrichs

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Ceccato, V. Foreword. Crime Law Soc Change 66, 109–113 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10611-016-9617-7

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Keywords

  • White Collar Crime
  • Corporate Crime
  • Social Harm
  • Housing Finance
  • Mortgage Lending