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Using Financial Incentives and Income Contingent Penalties to Detect and Punish Collusion and Insider Trading

Chapman, Bruce; Denniss, Richard


Collusion and insider trading, being white collar crimes, are often characterised as being victimless crimes. The absence of identifiable victims makes the detection of these crimes particularly difficult. This paper proposes that, in order to increase the flow of information about collusion and insider trading, parties engaged in these crimes should be offered financial incentives to provide evidence against their co-conspirators. In order to provide greater certainty that rewards will be...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2005
Type: Journal article
Source: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology
DOI: 10.1375/0004865054062893


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