Professor Gilchrist argues that calls for more individual prosecutions in cases of corporate malfeasance are ultimately misguided. In this Essay, Gilchrist discusses the asymmetries of information and power within corporations that make criminal prosecutions of high-level executives particularly difficult and often inappropriate.
Accountability Lost and the Problem(s) of Asymmetry,
Loy. U. Chi. L. J.
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