- Giddens takes "globalisation" to mean that modern forms of communication have made physical distance an national borders far less important that social group barriers.
- Taylor- ability to move money around the world allows for tax evasion, money laundering, and insider trading.
- Box- multinational companies dump products and plants on poorer countries with fewer legal restraints and where officials cab be bribed.
- Slapper- such crimes are hidden behind an ideological screen, illegal and immoral practices are normal under capitalism
- Critical criminologists see that the real criminals are the rich and powerful who are less likely to be punished.
- Kramer- modern transnational companies can practise law evasion by setting up factories in countries with no pollution control and looser health and safety regulations.
- Carrabine et al- criticise Marxist positions by arguing that criminality is no limited to capitalist countries.