Autor: László KŐHALMI
Publicat în: Journal Of Eastern European Criminal Law no. 2/2015
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Abstract: There are different concepts of economic crime by each sciences and it shows resemblances with other types of crimes. The colloquial definition embraces every crimes, infringements, unethical attitudes, which results in gaining unlawful economic benefits by the economic actors. The Criminal Code gives a guide for the criminal law’s definition. In criminology it has a wider range than in the criminal law. The vernacular often use “whitecollar crime” as a synonym for it. Distinguishing economic crime from crime against property is extremely hard since both [vezi tot]