Money Laundering

Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 21:175-188 (2010)
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Legitimate corporations exist within a common space that is shared with a different type of organization, one that is engaged in illicit or criminal activities.Activities taking place in this sector of the global commons threaten the integrity of the global markets and contribute to public distrust of corporations. In addition, they are placing legitimate organizations in an unanticipated and unwelcomed role within a larger law enforcement regime that requires them to participate in preventing the legitimization of illicit monetary gains through money laundering. This paper provides information on the global initiatives implemented to curb money laundering. It concludes with a discussion of needed research.



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