Neal Shover, a professor in the Department of Sociology, was one of 12 invited presenters from six nations at a recent conference on use of qualitative research methods in criminology. The conference was co-hosted by the Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement and the University of Leiden. An internationally recognized scholar in the areas of ethnographic research, white-collar crime, and criminal careers, Shover is the author or coauthor of seven books, most recently Choosing White-Collar Crime (Cambridge University Press, 2006). He has held visiting appointments or presented his work in six countries. Currently he is at work on Managing Criminal Misfits: Crime Control and Class Control.
(In press) N. Shover and J. Heith Copes, “Decision making by persistent thieves and crime-control policy.” In Crime and Public Policy, edited by Hugh D. Barlow and Scott H. Decker. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2009.
N. Shover and Jennifer Scroggins, “Organizational crime.” In The Oxford Handbook of Crime and Public Policy, edited by Michael Tonry. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009.
N. Shover and Francis T. Cullen, “Studying and teaching white-collar crime: Populist and patrician perspectives.” Journal of Criminal Justice Education (June 2008).
N. Shover and Andy Hochstetler, “Sources and control of financial crime.” Chinese translation published as pp. 412-26 in Paper Collection of the International Seminar on Financial Crimes in the Context of Globalization. Beijing: Research Center of Jurisprudence, Renmin University of China, 2007.
N. Shover and Andy Hochstetler, “The production and choice of economic crime.” Monatsschrift fuer Kriminologie und Strafrechtsreform Content Issue 2/3:114-25 (June 2007).
N. Shover, “Generative worlds of white-collar crime.” Pp. 81-97 in the International Handbook of White-Collar and Corporate Crime, edited by Henry Pontell and Gilbert Geis. New York: Springer, 2007.