Combating Transnational Crime: Concepts, Activities and Responses

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Phil Williams, Dimitri Vlassis
Psychology Press, 2001 - Social Science - 390 pages
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This work examines the challenges posed by transnational crime and the steps being taken by the international community to meet these challenges. It offers comprehensive analysis of different forms of transnational crime and the various responses that are being developed.
  

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Contents

Introduction and Overview Phil Williams and Dimitri Vlassis
1
The Dynamics of Illegal Markets Pino Arlacchi
7
Definitions
13
Networks
57
Criminal Fraternities or Criminal Enterprises? Letizia Paoli
88
Is There
109
Maritime Fraud and Piracy Jayant Abhyankar
157
Crime in Cyberspace P N Grabosky
195
Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation of Women
237
RESPONDING TO TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME
243
Strengthening the International Legal System
259
Transnational Organized Crime and Institutional
276
Responding to Transnational Crime The Role
303
Strengthening Cooperation against Transnational Roy Godson
321
Drafting the United Nations Convention
356
Notes on Contributors
374

The Rise of the Modern Arms Black Market
209

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