Entrepreneurship and Organised Crime: Entrepreneurs in Illegal Business

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2009 - True Crime - 214 pages
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Entrepreneurship and Organised Crime provides a much needed and original overview of the boundary between legal and illegal entrepreneurship. It will appeal to a wide variety of readers interested in new perspectives on entrepreneurship. The text is clear
 

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Dr Geoff Dean is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Justice Studies in the Faculty of Law at Queensland University of Technology, Australia. He specialises in police investigative thinking and knowledge management, forensic and investigative psychology, criminal/offender profiling, justice and
human rights, terrorism and security. He is registered as an international expert with EUROPOL at the Knowledge Management Centre, The Hague in the Netherlands and consults widely with various police services, institutes, and universities in Asia, Europe and North America. Dr. Dean is the program
manager and teaching coordinator for a joint corporate program on 'International Policing' as a major course component for the Bachelor of Justice Degree for the Singapore Police Force. He is also a former police trainer. Dr Petter Gottschalk is professor of knowledge management at the Norwegian
School of Management in Oslo, Norway. He specialises in knowledge work, management of knowledge workers, management of police investigations, leadership roles, knowledge strategies, value configurations, resource-based strategy and knowledge management systems. He is teaching at Nanyang University
in Singapore, Fudan University in Shanghai and Arab Academy in Egypt. Prior to this, Dr. Gottschalk had several executive positions in business and public administration.

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