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Solomon Smith Barney was the major Wall Street firm that continued to sell questionable securities

Question : Solomon Smith Barney was the major Wall Street firm that continued to sell questionable securities : 2139126

TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false.

41) Solomon Smith Barney was the major Wall Street firm that continued to sell questionable securities to Orange County after warning of risks.

42) Diffusion of accountability is a common byproduct of fiscal irresponsibility.

43) In addition to the environmental damage, the human destruction, and the economic losses, there are less tangible but other very serious consequences of white-collar crime.

44) One proposal to counter white-collar crime is for "excessive transparency." This would require disclosure of executive dealings with competitor companies.

SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.

45) There are questions as to why white-collar criminals suffer so little of the ________ experienced by street criminals.

46) The term ________ might be substituted for tautological.

47) The three levels of sociological analysis are societies, institutions, and ________.

48) James W. Coleman argues that the source of white-collar crime is the culture of ________.

49) According to Gresham Sykes and David Matza, ________ techniques make it possible for white-collar criminals to annul guilt.

50) In recent years, the earnings gap between CEOs and employees has ________.

51) Recent corporate scandals reveal that some greedy CEOs and other top executives have ________ inflated the value of their firms' assets.

52) Embezzlement would be an example of ________ crime.

53) The shift of white-collar crime losses from the rich to others resulted in a(n) ________ tax.

54) In addition to the environmental damage, the human destruction, and the economic losses, there are less tangible but other very serious ________ consequences of white-collar crime.

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