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Introduction

  • Petter GottschalkEmail author
Chapter

Abstract

This book aims to bridge the gap between general research on chief executive officers , which is traditionally focused on positive aspects of leadership, and research into CEO misconduct and crime.

Keywords

Chief executive officer CEO Convenience theory White-collar crime 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Leadership and Organizational BehaviourBI Norwegian Business SchoolOsloNorway

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