Controlling Unlawful Organizational Behavior Social Structure and Corporate Misconduct
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Edition: 1985 (Reprint)
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Diane Vaughan reconstructs the Ohio Revco case, an example of Medicaid provider fraud in which a large drugstore chain initiated a computer-generated double billing scheme that cost the state and federal government half a million dollars in Medicaid funds, funds that the company believed were rightfully theirs. Her analysis of this incident--why the crime was committed, how it was detected, and how the case was built--provides a fascinating inside look at computer crime. Vaughan concludes that organizational misconduct could be decreased by less regulation and more sensitive bureaucratic response.
Copyright year: 1985
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Publication date: 12/15/1985
Size: 5.00" wide x 8.50" long x 0.25" tall
|The History of the Case|
|The Social Control Network Sanctioning the Corporation Toward Understanding Unlawful Organizational Behavior Opportunities for Unlawful Organizational Behavior Autonomy|
|Interdependence, and Social Control Epilogue: Controlling Unlawful Organizational Behavior|
|Appendix: Organizations as Research Settings|