American Politics | Law Enforcement and Corrections | Public Policy
This paper discusses the modern problem of dealing with money laundering. Illicit occupations inherently create illicit incomes that must be given the appearance of legitimately earned income. The more government criminalizes activities of its citizens, the greater the need for laundering money.
Rickert, Paul R., "Combating Money Laundering" (2006). Faculty Publications and Presentations. 48.