Publication

cjm 94: How corrupt is Britain?

Friday, 22 November 2013

The themed section of this issue, How corrupt is Britain?, is guest edited by David Whyte. The articles, based on a conference held at the University of Liverpool in May 2013, include David Beetham on rethinking the concept of corruption and offering a new definition; Joanna Gilmore and Waqas Tufail exploring radical alternatives to police corruption and Steve Tombs discussing corporate theft and fraud.

In the topical and comment section, Heather Powell asks if corporations can be held accountable for the global antibiotics health crisis; Emma Murray examines the way veterans are dealt with in the criminal justice system and Malcolm Torry questions whether the benefits system is just and considers the part it plays in crime creation.

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