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Introducing conservation criminology: Towards interdisciplinary scholarship on environmental crimes and risks
C Gibbs, ML Gore, EF McGarrell, L Rivers III
The British Journal of Criminology 50 (1), 124-144, 2010
3732010
An empirical assessment of corporate environmental crime-control strategies
SS Simpson, C Gibbs, M Rorie, LA Slocum, MA Cohen, M Vandenbergh
The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 231-278, 2013
1122013
Transnational white‐collar crime and risk: Lessons from the global trade in electronic waste
C Gibbs, EF McGarrell, M Axelrod
Criminology & Public Policy 9 (3), 543-560, 2010
1012010
Measuring corporate environmental crime rates: progress and problems
C Gibbs, SS Simpson
Crime, Law and Social Change 51, 87-107, 2009
622009
Integrated theories of white‐collar and corporate crime
F Chan, C Gibbs
The Handbook of White‐Collar Crime, 191-207, 2019
542019
Intelligence-led policing and transnational environmental crime: A process evaluation
C Gibbs, EF McGarrell, B Sullivan
European Journal of Criminology 12 (2), 242-259, 2015
462015
Lead exposure and its implications for criminological theory
RE Narag, J Pizarro, C Gibbs
Criminal justice and behavior 36 (9), 954-973, 2009
432009
Environmental crime
C Gibbs, R Boratto
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 2017
372017
Why do corporations obey environmental law? Assessing punitive and cooperative strategies of corporate crime control
SS Simpson, J Garner, C Gibbs
A report by the US Department of Justice, Document 220693, 2007
322007
A routine activities analysis of White‐Collar crime in carbon markets
C Gibbs, MB Cassidy, L Rivers III
Law & Policy 35 (4), 341-374, 2013
292013
Corporate citizenship and corporate environmental performance
C Gibbs
Crime, law and social change 57, 345-372, 2012
272012
Conservation criminology and the global trade in electronic waste: Applying a multi-disciplinary research framework
C Gibbs, ER McGarrell, M Axelrod, L Rivers
Transnational Environmental Crime, 297-320, 2017
252017
Why do corporations obey environmental law
SS Simpson, J Garner, C Gibbs
National Institute of Justice. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, 2007
232007
Making sense of intersections
SS Simpson, C Gibbs
Gender and crime: Patterns in victimization and offending, 269-302, 2006
232006
The role of organizational structure in the control of corporate crime and terrorism
L Dugan, C Gibbs
The criminology of white-collar crime, 111-128, 2009
202009
Conservation criminology, environmental crime, and risk: An application to climate change
EF McGarrell, C Gibbs
192012
Advancing interdisciplinary research on illegal wildlife trade using a conservation criminology framework
R Boratto, C Gibbs
European Journal of Criminology 18 (6), 777-798, 2021
182021
Integrating criminological and decision research theory: implications for understanding and addressing crime in marginalized communities
L Rivers III, C Gibbs, R Paternoster
Deviant behavior 38 (1), 74-93, 2017
162017
When guardians become offenders: Understanding guardian capability through the lens of corporate crime
F Chan, C Gibbs
Criminology 60 (2), 321-341, 2022
142022
Structural disadvantage and the concentration of environmental hazards in school areas: A research note
C Gibbs, JL Melvin
Crime, law and social change 49, 315-328, 2008
122008
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