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White Collar Crime: The Essentials Final Exam Study Guide

This document includes all questions and answers for the quizzes for chapters 8-13 and 15 from the textbook White-Collar Crime: The Essentials (2nd Edition) by Brian K. Payne. The final exam consisted on 50 questions which were pulled straight from all of the quizzes, meaning all of the questions and answers are in this document. Each quiz had 20 questions, meaning there are approximately 140 questions included in this document.

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White-Collar Crime
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