Top Corporate Crime Books of 2014

Corporate Crime Reporter released today it’s Top Ten Corporate Crime Books of 2014.

“Together, these books give a clear snapshot of corporate crime in America today,” said Russell Mokhiber, editor of Corporate Crime Reporter, a legal newsletter based in Washington, D.C.

The Top Ten Corporate Crime Books of 2014 are (alphabetically by author):

In Bed with Wall Street: The Conspiracy Crippling Our Global Economy by Larry Doyle (Palgrave MacMillan)

Too Big to Jail: How Prosecutors Compromise with Corporations by Brandon Garrett (Harvard University Press)

Stealing America’s Future: How For-Profit Colleges Scam Taxpayers and Ruin Students’ Lives by David Halperin (Kindle Book)

The Price of Justice: A True Story of Greed and Corruption by Laurence Leamer (Times Books)

Firestone and the Warlord by T. Christian Miller (Kindle Book)

The Watchdog That Didn’t Bark: The Financial Crisis and the Disappearance of Investigative Journalism by Dean Starkman (Columbia Journalism Review Books)

Why Not Jail?: Industrial Catastrophes, Corporate Malfeasance, and Government Inaction by Rena Steinzor (Cambridge University Press)

The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap by Matt Taibbi (Spiegel & Grau)

Corruption in America: From Benjamin Franklin’s Snuff Box to Citizens United by Zephyr Teachout (Harvard University Press)

Unaccountable: How Elite Power Brokers Corrupt our Finances, Freedom, and Security by Janine Wedel (Pegasus Books)

“If you want to know the truth about corporate power in the USA in the year 2014 — from corruption of our democracy to compromising our prosecutors, these books are must reading,” Mokhiber said.


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