Examining the dynamics of the sex trade in both Europe and Asia, this study identifies the role of organized crime and considers the counter measures which governments and law enforcement agencies must take to combat this global problem.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Human Commodity Trafficking: An Overview, Phil Williams; Chapter 2 Illegal Migration: Personal Tragedies, Social Problems, or National Security Threats?, Margaret E. Beare; Chapter 3 Capitalizing on Transition Economies: The Role of the Russian Mafiya in Trafficking Women for Forced Prostitution, Gillian Caldwell, Steve Galster, Jyothi Kanics, Nadia Steinzor; Chapter 4 Trafficking in People in Thailand, Pasuk Phongpaichit; Chapter 5 Organized Crime and Trafficking in Women from Eastern Europe in the Netherlands, Gerben J.N. Bruinsma, Guus Meershoek; Chapter 6 Prostitution and the Mafia: The Involvement of Organized Crime in the Global Sex Trade, Sarah Shannon; Chapter 7 Trafficking in Women and Children: A Market Perspective, Phil Williams; Chapter 8 Child Pornography in the Digital Age, Anna Grant, Fiona David, Peter Grabosky; Chapter 9 The Fusion of Immigration and Crime in the European Union: Problems of Cooperation and the Fight against the Trafficking in Women, Penelope Turnbull; Chapter 10 Documentation, William J. Clinton; Chapter 11 Exerpts from General Assembly Fifty-first Session Agenda Item 106, October 7, 1996; Chapter 12 World Congress Against the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children – Provisional Report of the Congress;
Phil Williams University of Pittsburgh