Student at Manav Rachna University, India
This article examines socioeconomic transgressions and their consequences for people, corporations, and communities. Corruption, financial fraud, embezzlement, and cybercrime are examples of socioeconomic offenses. The actuality of these charges on the ground might vary greatly depending on the circumstance and place. The article also emphasizes on the fact that combating socioeconomic offences necessitates a concerted and continuous effort from a wide range of stakeholders, including government agencies, law enforcement, corporations, and civil society. These might involve creating strong legislative frameworks, encouraging international collaboration, fortifying institutions, boosting education and awareness, and safeguarding whistle-blowers. The article finishes by underlining the need of working together to achieve openness, accountability, and good governance. We may take actions to avoid and rectify socioeconomic transgressions, as well as create a more sustainable and inclusive global economy, by working together.
International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 2, Page 2292 - 2301DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.114650
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