Neighborhoods, the Decision Process and Crime POSTPONED UNTIL FALL

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Date(s) - April 12, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

CSU Stadium Room 1207


***Postponed until fall***

Dr. Carole Gibbs is an Associate Professor in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State.  Her research interests include white-collar and corporate crime (particularly those with environmental impacts) and race, gender and crime. She previously received the Young Scholar Award from the White-Collar Crime Research Consortium and is currently Vice-Chair of the Division of White-Collar and Corporate Crime.  Recent publications have appeared in the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology and Law and Policy.


A Routine Activities Analysis of White-collar Crime in Carbon Markets

Year: Forthcoming Authors: Gibbs, C., Cassidy, M., and Rivers III, L. Journal: Law and Policy

An Empirical Assessment of Corporate Environmental Crime Control Strategies

Year: 2013 Authors: Simpson, S.S., Gibbs, C., Rorie, M., Slocum, L.A, Cohen, M.A., and Vandenbergh, M.P. Journal: Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology

Expanding the Environmental Justice Frame: A Case Study of Community Risk and Benefit Perceptions of Industrial Animal Farming Operations

Year: 2012 Authors: Larkins, M., Gibbs, C., Rivers III, L., and Dobson, T. Journal: Race, Gender and Class

Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Environmental Performance

Year: 2012 Authors: Gibbs, C. Journal: Crime, Law and Social Change

Introducing Conservation Criminology: Toward Interdisciplinary Scholarship on Environmental Crimes and Risks

Year: 2010 Authors: Gibbs, C., Gore, M., McGarrell, E., and Rivers III, L. Journal: British Journal of Criminology

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