Building: VMP 8 Floor: 1 Room: 105
Corporate crime features prominently in diverse political discourses on market order, be they about the state-market nexus, regulatory policy, or systemic breakdowns such as crises. Despite this, corporate crime rarely gets attention on its own right in political science, regulatory studies or comparative political economy. This panel aims to fill this gap and initiate an interdisciplinary discussion on regulation and corporate crime. How do regulatory choices and enforcement practice define corporate crime and create opportunities for illegal or harmful economic action? How does corporate crime, or different perceptions of it, in return, shape regulatory policy and -decisions?