Neal Shover, a recently retired professor in the Department of Sociology, was one of 12 invited presenters from six nations at a recent conference on use of qualitative research methods in criminology in 2009. The conference was co-hosted by the Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement and the University of Leiden. An internationally recognized scholar in the areas of ethnographic research, white-collar crime, and criminal careers, Shover is the author or coauthor of seven books, most recently Choosing White-Collar Crime (Cambridge University Press, 2006). He has held visiting appointments or presented his work in six countries.
Forestalling the Next Epidemic of White-collar Crime (with Peter Grabosky), Criminology & Public Policy (2010)
White-collar crime and the Great Recession (with Peter Grabosky), Criminology & Public Policy (2010)
Book Review: Green, S. P. (2006). Lying, Cheating, and Stealing: A Moral Theory of White-Collar Crime, Criminal Justice Review (2009)
Studying and Teaching White-Collar Crime: Populist and Patrician Perspectives (with Francis T. Cullen), Journal of Criminal Justice Education (2008)
White-collar crime is both an integral part of undergraduate criminology courses and textbooks and the...
Dialing for Dollars: Opportunities, Justifications, and Telemarketing Fraud (with Glenn S. Coffey and Clinton R. Sanders), Qualitative Sociology (2004)
Opportunities for deviant economic exploitation grew significantly in the second half of the twentieth century....