This brief extends studies on how corporations respond to scandals by examining the evolution of the accounts that corporate agents develop after a scandal becomes public. Guided by the theory of accounts and a recently developed perspective on crisis management, its examines how the accounts developed by thirteen corporations caught up in highly publicized scandals changed from the time of initial exposure to the issuance of an investigative report.
This brief continues the discussion of the broader managerial and social implications of the analysis of accounts, and analyses their effect on our understanding of the ability of corporations to weather serious scandals. It includes four case studies; from Switzerland, Moldova, Denmark, and Norway respectively.
Chapter 1. Corporate deviance accounts.- Chapter 2. Corporate crisis-response match.- Chapter 3. Private fraud investigations.- Chapter 4. Switzerland case: Fifa world cup.- Chapter 5. Moldova case: bank transactions.- Chapter 6. Denmark case: social security.- Chapter 7. Norway case: environmental crime.- Chapter 8. Sweden Swedbank Money Laundering.- Chapter 9. Sweden: CEO Benulic Accounts.- Chapter 10. Conclusion.
Petter Gottschalk is professor in the Department of Leadership and Organizational Behavior at BI Norwegian Business School in Oslo, Norway. After completing his education at Technische Universität Berlin, Dartmouth College, MIT, and Henley Management College, he took on executive positions in technology enterprises for twenty years before joining academics. Dr. Gottschalk has published extensively on knowledge management, intelligence strategy, police investigations, white-collar crime, and fraud examinations.
Collana: SpringerBriefs in Criminology
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 244 gr
Illustration Notes:12 Illustrations, black and white
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