White Collar Crime Research Resources
1. National White Collar Crime Center:
NW3C is a US non-profit membership organization that has been continuously funded through competitive grants for over three decades. Through a combination of training and critical support services, they equip state, local, Tribal and federal law enforcement agencies with skills and resources they need to tackle emerging economic and cybercrime problems.
For the US public, NW3C provides information and research so they too may become proactive in the prevention of economic and cyber crime. Victims of crimes can rely on NW3C to help them register Internet crime complaints through their website at www.ic3.gov and notify the appropriate authorities at local, state, and federal levels promptly, accurately, and securely.
2. White Collar Crime Research Consortium (WCCRC):
The mission of WCCRC is to promote increased US public awareness of the impact and burden of white collar crime on society through dedicated research. NW3C established the WCCRC and continues to provide support to its efforts.
NW3C Economic and High-Tech Crime Papers, Publications, Reports
3. The World Bank Publications and Research on Governance and Anti-Corruption
Research conducted at the WB Institute in Governance and Anti-corruption, often in collaboration with Bank Operations and/or outside academic institutions, contributes to the growing literature on the subject and is a key input to the learning products and action program formulation. The emphasis is on the concrete operationalization of new research findings, based on novel empirical approaches and a major effort to develop a worldwide database on governance indicators.
4. The World Bank Database on Governance and Anti-Corruption:
5. OECD section on Fighting Corruption:
Corruption threatens good governance, sustainable development, democratic process, and fair business practices. The OECD is a global leader in the fight against corruption, taking a multidisciplinary approach to combating corruption in business via the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention, taxation, development aid, and governance in its member countries and beyond. Regional anti-corruption programs help the OECD reach out globally to curb corruption.
Publications and Documents: