The USV Annals of Economics and Public Administration, Vol 23, No 1(37) (2023)

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Study case on economic and financial crime in Germany

Monica Violeta Achim, Sandra - Clement


The paper analyzes the relationship between various economic and financial crimes such as corruption, tax evasion, and money laundering as a function of age, gender, education level, and occupation. The methodology is based on a survey in Germany with 1,742 responses and is underpinned by statistical models such as the chi-square and intensity assessment. The results suggest that education and related awareness of the importance and significance of combating financial and economic crime is a potentially key factor. Also of great importance are age and, to some extent, occupational status. The results represent a valuable contribution especially for states, governments, schools, but also for the interested public. The results are not only important for Germany, but also for other countries that can use the survey as an example and learn from it.

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                     Ştefan cel Mare University of Suceava                   Faculty of Economics, Administration and Business


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