White Collar Crime Types:
1. Formal Organizational Crime:
a. Organizational Crime: Illegal and/or harmful acts committed by officers and employees of organizations to promote organizational (and personal) interests.
b. Corporate Crime: Illegal and/or harmful acts committed by officers and employees of corporations to promote corporate (and personal) interests.
c. Governmental Crime: Activities where the government itself, agencies, government offices, or the drive to serve in government causes, illegal, and/or harmful acts.
2. State-Corporate Crime: Combination of governmental and corporate crime
3. Finance Crime: Criminal activity in the realm of high-level finance, from banking to the securities market.
4. Occupational Crime: Illegal and/or harmful financially-driven activity committed in the context of a legitimate, respectable occupation.
Marginal Types of White Collar Crime:
5. Technocrime: Involves the intersection of computers and other forms of high technology with white collar crime.
6. Enterprise Crime: Refers to cooperative enterprises involving syndicated (organized) and legitimate businesses.
7. Contrepreneurial Crime: Refers to swindles, scams and frauds that assume the form of legitimate businesses.
8. Avocational Crime: Illegal, but nonconventional, acts committed by white collar workers outside a specifically organizational or occupational context.