Criminogenic Risk of Derivative Product Within Financial Market Policy (an Overview Marxis Criminology)

Orisa Shinta Haryani, Satrio Adie Wicaksono


Along with the growth of globalization worldwide, financial sector is also developing, especially financial market. Financial market is developing in terms of its widespread and variant of products being traded. Derivative product is one of them. This research constructs arguments on derivative products as legal product in financial market contribute to a certain form of crime. This research uses marxist criminology perspective, global superstructure, which adopts Marx's base- superstructure, crime of domination and criminogenic concept. As a result, this study shows, derivative products in stock market are indeed criminogenic in terms of criminal intention, rules

applied and the financial market‘s system itself. 

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