This series offers a forum for international academic research advancing understandings of the nature of organised crime, its representations and the policies and practices surrounding it. It is the home for cross-cutting, empirically robust, theoretically ambitious studies as well as impactful academic-practitioner collaborations, drawing from a wide range of geographical, cultural, political and social contexts. We would be happy to consider single or multi-authored monographs or edited collections.
By Yuliya Zabyelina, Kimberley L. Thachuk
September 02, 2022
This book contributes to the literature on organized crime by providing a detailed account of the various nuances of what happens when criminal organizations misuse or penetrate legitimate businesses. It advances the existing scholarship on attacks, infiltration, and capture of legal businesses by ...
By David Bright, Chad Whelan
June 30, 2022
Organised Crime and Law Enforcement: A Network Perspective examines organised crime and law enforcement through the conceptual lens of networks. The book takes stock of the many ways in which network theories and concepts, including social network analysis, can apply to studying both organised ...
By Michele Riccardi
January 31, 2022
What are the criteria used by Financial Action Task Force (FATF) and the European Union to blacklist jurisdictions at high-risk of money laundering? What are the countries at highest risk according to Panama Papers and FinCEN files? Where do criminals move their illicit money, according to judicial...