This study conducted in the mid-1980s, based on content and archival analysis and on interviews with legislators, staffers and lobbyists explores the conditions and outcome of German legislation against white-collar crimes.
- Joachim J. Savelsberg. 1994. Constructing White-Collar Crime: Rationalities, Communications, and Power (with contributions by Peter Brühl) (translation and revision of Politics and Criminal Law... with a new chapter on the United States); Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press ("Law in Social Context" series). [1995 DISTINGUISHED BOOK AWARD, INTERNATIONAL DIVISION, AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY]
- Joachim J. Savelsberg and Peter Brühl. 1988. Politics and Criminal Law against Economic Offenses: Analysis of Rationalities, Communications and Power (German), Opladen: Leske und Budrich.