Usual and Unusual Organising Criminals in Europe and Beyond: Profitable Crimes, from Underworld to Upper World : Liber Amicorum Petrus Van Duyne
Georgios Antonopoulos, Marc Groenhuijsen, Jackie Harvey, Tijs Kooijmans, Almir Maljevic, Klaus Von Lampe
Maklu, 2011 - Social Science - 306 pages
This Liber amicorum honors Petrus C. van Duyne, following his retirement as Professor of Empirical Penal Science at Tilburg Law School. Van Duyne is the founding father and organizer of the Cross-Border Crime Colloquium. The book has been assembled in preparation of the twelfth edition of this colloquium in Tilburg, The Netherlands, in conjunction with Prof. van Duyne's valedictory lecture. It is no coincidence that the contributors to the Cross-Border Crime Colloquia come from all over Europe and beyond. This is also reflected in the title of the book: Usual and Unusual Organising Criminals in Europe and Beyond. The authors and editors not only wish to contribute to the theme of profitable crimes from underworld to upper world, they also want emphasize their great appreciation for Prof. van Duyne's scientific work.
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