Economic crimes are part of mercenary crime directly related to economic relations in the country and in the world. Understanding of this group of acts is even more uncertain than self-serving crime itself. Nevertheless, these crimes are considered in many countries as a relatively independent group. And there are many reasons for this – economic, social, criminological and even political.
The criminological significance and volumes of economic crime do not coincide in countries with command and market economies, but in any society it cannot be ignored. Continue reading