- Affiliation: Queen’s University
Laureen Snider is emerita professor of sociology at Queen’s University. She has written extensively on capitalism and the order clomid immense toll corporate crime inflicts on human lives, environments, communities and workers/employees. In 2010 she received the Gilbert Geis Lifetime Achievement Award for scholarship on white collar crime. She is co-author of The Surveillance-Industrial Complex: A Political Economy of Surveillance.
Books by Laureen Snider
When corporations misbehave the consequences are devastating. The monetary costs of the 2008 financial crisis, a direct result of financial mismanagement, were in the trillions, and yet none of those responsible were held to account. The monetary costs of Criminal Code theft pale in comparison, and yet our prisons are filled with people who commit “street theft.” In order to understand why governments, regulators, unions, activists and community groups have such a difficult time… (more information)