Review of Poveda, Rethinking White-Collar Crime
A review by Robert P. Weiss of Tony Poveda’s book, Rethinking White-Collar Crime, is a critical survey of the nature, etiology, and control of white- collar crime in the United States. Weiss argues that Poveda’s project to “rethink” white-collar crime couldn’t be more timely. As the pendulum of class justice today swings high on the side of the rich and powerful, white-collar crime remains invisible relative to other types of crime, and public concern and the criminal law have been riveted almost exclusively on crimes of the poor.
book review, white collar crime, criminology, Poveda, Tony
Citation: Social Justice Vol. 22, No. 2 (1995): 139-144