Degree Granting Department
Case Study, Integrated Theoretical Model of State-Corporate Crime, Integrated Theory of International Criminal Law Violations, Second Congo War
This study addresses the need for a parsimonious theoretical model to explain state-corporate crime. The Integrated Theoretical Model of State-Corporate Crime will be compared to the Integrated Theory of International Criminal Law Violation to determine which model provides the most accurate theoretical depiction of state- corporate crime, while retaining parsimony. For this comparison, the models will be applied to Democratic Republic of Congo case study. Using a secondary analysis of qualitative data and preexisting literature, it was found that the Integrated Theoretical Model of State-Corporate Crime displays a representative depiction of all state-corporate crime actors and their catalysts for action in a more parsimonious manner than the Integrated Theory of International Criminal Law Violation.
Scholar Commons Citation
Winters, Veronica Jane, "State-Corporate Crime in the Democratic Republic of Congo" (2013). USF Tampa Graduate Theses and Dissertations.