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Publications

Standing in Another’s Shoes: How Agents Make Life-and-Death Decisions for Their Principals
11/1/2016, Susan P. Shapiro, Academy of Management (AOM) Perspectives
"The Living Will as Improvisation"
12/1/2015, Susan P. Shapiro, Bifocal: A Journal of the ABA Commission on Law and Aging
"Do Advance Directives Direct?"
2015, Susan P. Shapiro, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law
"Crime: Whitecollar"
2015, Susan P. Shapiro, International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol 5. Oxford: Elsevier
"The Grammar of Trust"
12/1/2012, Susan P. Shapiro, In New Perspectives on Emotions in Finance: The Sociology of Confidence, Fear and Betayal
“Conflict of Interest at the Bedside: Surrogate Decision Making at the End of Life”
12/1/2012, Susan P. Shapiro, Conflict of Interest in Global, Public and Corporate Governance
"Advance Directives: The Elusive Goal of Having the Last Word"
10/17/2012, Susan P. Shapiro, Journal of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
“When Life Imitates Art: Surrogate Decision Making at the End of Life”
2007, Susan P. Shapiro, Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation
“Agency Theory”
2005, Susan P. Shapiro, Annual Review of Sociology
"If it Ain't Broke... An Empirical Perspective on Ethics 2000, Screening, and the Conflict-of-Interest Rules"
2003, Susan P. Shapiro, University of Illinois Law Review 2003, pp. 1299-1329
"Bushwhacking the Ethical High Road: Conflict of Interest in the Practice of Law and Real Life"
2003, Susan P. Shapiro, Law & Social Inquiry 28:1, pp. 87-268.
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2002, Susan P. Shapiro
"Crime, White-Collar"
2001, Susan P. Shapiro, International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 5, pp. 2941-5
"Everests of the Mundane: Conflict of Interest in Real-World Legal Practice"
2000, Susan P. Shapiro, Fordham Law Review 69, pp.1139-1177
"When You Just Can't Say 'No': Controlling Lawyers' Conflicts of Interest"
1999, Susan P. Shapiro, Social Science, Social Policy and Law, pp. 322-76
"CAUTION! THIS ARTICLE HAS NOT BEEN FACT CHECKED. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK! Gatekeepers of Truth at American Newsmagazines"
1995, Susan P. Shapiro, American Bar Foundation Working Paper Series (#9511)
"Collaring the Crime, Not the Criminal: Reconsidering the Concept of White-Collar Crime"
1990, Susan P. Shapiro, American Sociological Review 55, pp. 346-65
"Caution! This Story Has Not Been Fact Checked: A Study of Fact Checking in American Magazines"
1990, Susan P. Shapiro, Gannett Center for Media Studies
"Libel Lawyers as Risk Counselors: Pre-publication and Pre-broadcast Review and the Social Construction of News"
1989, Susan P. Shapiro, Law & Policy 11, pp. 281-308
"The Social Control of Impersonal Trust"
1987, Susan P. Shapiro, American Journal of Sociology 93, pp. 623-58
"Policing Trust"
1987, Susan P. Shapiro, Private Policing, pp. 194-220
"The Road Not Taken: The Elusive Path to Criminal Prosecution for White-Collar Offenders"
1985, Susan P. Shapiro, Law & Society Review 19, pp. 179-217
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1984, Susan P. Shapiro
"The New Moral Entrepreneurs: Corporate Crime Crusaders"
1983, Susan P. Shapiro, Contemporary Sociology 12, pp. 304-307
"Thinking About White Collar Crime: Matters of Conceptualization and Research"
1980, Susan P. Shapiro, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1980
“Crime, White-Collar,” in J.D. Wright, ed.
Forthcoming, Susan P. Shapiro, International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Elsevier

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