Study: Sexism is pervasive in white-collar crime

08/15/2013 | Pew Research Center

Scholars writing in the American Sociological Review report on results of a study on white-collar crime that revealed that female criminals face the same gender discrimination as counterparts in the outside world. The authors found that women typically don't head criminal rings and make less money than male accomplices. The study looked at 83 fraud cases from 2002 to 2009 initiated by the multiagency Corporate Fraud Task Force.

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