The Oxford Handbook of Organized Crime

 
 
Oxford University Press
  • erschienen am 26. September 2014
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  • 592 Seiten
 
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978-0-19-996892-3 (ISBN)
 
While the success of national and international law enforcement cooperation to suppress organized crime means that stable, large-scale criminal organizations like the Cosa Nostra or the Japanese Yakuza have seen their power reduced, organized crime remains a concern for many governments. Economic globalization and the easing of restrictions on exchanges across borders now provide ample opportunity for money-making activities in illegal markets. Policies designed to stop illegal market flows often shift these activities to new places or create new problems, as the U.S.- led war on drugs spread production and trafficking to a number South and Central American countries. The Oxford Handbook of Organized Crime provides informed, authoritative, and comprehensive overviews of these issues and other principal forms of organized crime, as well as the type and effectiveness of efforts to prevent and control them. Leading scholars from criminology, law, sociology, history, and political science discuss the key concepts, history, and methods of organized crime; the major actors and interactions involved in it; the markets and activities frequently associated with organized crime; and the policies designed to combat it. Individual chapters on criminal organizations and specific activities or markets comprise the heart of the volume. The chapters on actors provide the history, analyze the structure and activities, and assess the strength and future prospects of each organization. Articles on particular markets address the patterns of activity, identify the most affected regions, and where possible provide estimated revenues, discuss factors promoting the activity, and disclose information on the victims and harms caused. The Oxford Handbook of Organized Crime delivers a systematic, high-quality, and truly global approach to the topic and with it a more complete understanding of organized crime in its many forms for researchers, government officials, and policymakers.
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978-0-19-996892-3 (9780199968923)
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Letizia Paoli is Professor of Criminology at the University of Leuven Faculty of Law, Belgium. She is the author of Mafia Brotherhoods: Organized Crime Italian Style, coauthor (with Victoria A. Greenfield and Peter Reuter) of The World Heroin Market: Can Heroin Supply Be Cut? and (with Alessandro Donati) of The Sports Doping Market: Understanding Supply and Demand, and the Challenges of Their Control, and coeditor (with Cyrille Fijnaut) of Organised Crime in Europe.
List of Contributors Introduction Letizia Paoli Part I. Concept, Theories, History and Research Methods 1. Organized Crime: A Contested Concept Letizia Paoli and Tom Van der Beken 2. Theoretical Perspectives on Organized Crime Edward R. Kleemans 3. Searching for Organized Crime in History Cyrille Fijnaut 4. How to Research Organized Crime Dick Hobbs and Georgios A. Antonopoulos Part II. Actors and Interactions 5. The Italian Mafia Letizia Paoli 6. The Italian-American Mafia Jay Albanese 7. Russian Mafia: Rise and Extincion Vadim Volkov 8. Organized Crime in Colombia: The Actors Running the Illegal Drug Industry Francisco E. Thoumi 9. Mexican Drug Cartels Monica Medel and Francisco E. Thoumi 10. Chinese Organized Crime Ko Lin-Chin and Min Liu 11. The Japanese Yakuza Peter Hill 12. West African Organized Crime Phil Willliams 13. Gangs: Another Form of Organized Crime? Scott H. Decker and David C. Pyrooz 14. Opportunistic Structures of Organized Crime Martin Bouchard and Carlo Morselli 15. Organizing Crime: The State as Agent Susanne Karstedt 16. The Social Embeddedness of Organized Crime Henk van de Bunt, Dina Siegel, and Damián Zaitch Part III. Markets and Activities 17. Protection and Extortion Federico Varese 18. Drug Markets and Organized Crime Peter Reuter 19. Human Smuggling, Human Trafficking, and Exploitation in the Sex Industry Edward R. Kleemans and Monika Smit 20. Illegal Gambling Toine Spapens 21. Money Laundering Michael Levi 22. Arms Trafficking Andrew Feinstein and Paul Holden 23. Organized Fraud Michael Levi 24. Cyber Crime Kim-Kwang Raymond Choo and Peter Grabosky 25. The Illegal Exploitation of Natural Resources Tim Boekhout van Solinge Part IV. Policies to Control Organized Crime 26. Organized Crime Control in the United States of America James B. Jacobs and Elizabeth A. Dondlinger 27. U.S. Organized Crime Control Policies Exported Abroad Margaret Beare and Michael Woodiwiss 28. European Union Organized Crime Control Policies Cyrille Fijnaut 29. The Fight against the Mafia in Italy Antonio La Spina 30. Organized Crime Control in Australia and New Zealand Julie Ayling and Rod Broadhurst 31. Organized Crime Control in Asia: Examples from India, China and the Golden Triangle Rod Broadhurst and Nicholas Farrelly 32. Finance-Oriented Strategies of Organized Crime Control Michael Kilchling Index
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