Ethical Lessons for Accountants
The CPA Journal
According to the Dictionary of Criminal Justice Data Terminology, white-collar crime is “nonviolent crime for financial gain committed by means of deception by persons whose occupational status is entrepreneurial, professional, or semi-professional and utilizing their special occupational skills and opportunities.” For decades, the legal system has been relatively easy on whitecollar criminals.
Buckoff, Thomas A., LeVon E. Wilson.
"Ethical Lessons for Accountants."
The CPA Journal, 78 (11): 54-56.