Facets of White-Collar Crime in the Indian Legal System

  • Riddhi Ravindra Wasu
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  • Riddhi Ravindra Wasu

    Student at GH Raisoni University, School of Law, India

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White-Collar Crimes are crimes are planned crimes involving defrauding someone in order to earn a financial gain. Such crimes are committed in the course of an occupation or profession and done with calculative measures thus, it also goes by the name of occupational or professional crimes. White-collar crimes dwell in the social system, economic system and corporate system, an organizational system, and how such crimes affect these systems is dealt in. Researching about white-collar crimes gives an in-depth insight into the particular culture that is the corporate culture and further its subcultures can also be explored. The strategies and methods used to study white-collar crimes are numerous and varied, in the present research paper the researcher has chosen the survey and questionnaire method. The aim of the surveyconducted was to gather information from a group of individuals who gave informative insights about the topic under consideration.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 3, Issue 3, Page 256 - 272

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLSI.11734

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