Niccolò Mineo

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Ohrid

Ohrid, Summer School on Organised crime 2011 “Organized Crime and New Security Threats”, 3-16 July 2011 Program The program includes lectures by prominent experts in the field of Organised Crime: Prof. Michael Levi, Cardiff University, UK Mr. Nikos Zarkadoulas, Analyst, Europol Dr. Tamara Makarenko, Founding Partner, West Sands Advisory LLP, UK Prof. Vlado Kambovski, University Ss Cyril &

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Leuven

The Summer School will consist of three parts: Part I: Organised Crime Actors and Activities in the “New” Europe Part II: National Approaches in Tackling Organised Crime Today Part III: After the Enlargement: The Role of European Institutions in the Fight against Organised Crime Confirmed lecturers: Dr. Felia Allum, University of Bath, UK Prof. Dr.

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Catania

Program The program includes lectures by prominent experts in the field of organised crime: Opening Lecture by Dina Siegel, Professor of Criminology, Utrecht University, the Netherlands & President of the International Association for the Study of Organized Crime (IASOC) Guest Lecture by Jane Schneider, City University of New York, USA & Peter Schneider, Professor Emeritus

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Editorial note: Happy 2014 from the Standing Group on Organised Crime Organised crime & public sector corruption. A study from Australia Georgian organised crime groups in today’s Italy Researching variation in sub-national corruption. Some methodological remarks Dublin System: the problematic piece of CEAS’ puzzle Miscellaneous

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Editorial note: September in Cambridge and Bordeaux Meeting CrimInterview with MEP Salvatore Iacolino Non conviction-based Confiscation within the new EU Directive “Know your enemy”: Reflections on challenges faced by UK law enforcement agencies in policing international organised crime Endless opportunities: money laundering through high value portable commodities Miscellaneous

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Editorial note: News from the SGOC Talking about the ‘Ndragheta. Interview with Anti-mafia Prosecutor Alessandra Cerreti Current and future trends in the fight against Organised Crime The Merida Initiative and the war against drugs and crime in Mexico Close-proximity research on (Mexican) organised crime: suicide mission or empirical imperative? Book Review: The art of making

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Editorial note: New Year, New Directions Transnational Organised News In the spotlight: The European Antimafia Commission Beyond the statistics… Methodology series: Researching organised crime in Southeast Europe A new partnership against crime does not mean police privatisation The European Union’s fight against cybercrime Is there a role for the private sector and academia in tackling

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Editorial note Drug trafficking: A case study of Montenegro Global governance & OC reports Against the concept of “Transnational Organised Crime”: a new taxonomy for assessing mafia operations across territories New methodology for the research on organized crime: the Spanish experience Witness protection as a response to gang activity: a Canadian perspective 3rd 2011 ECPR

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Editorial Note October and November 2010 News The global network of Nigerian criminal groups: organised or disorganised crime? Standing Group activities and projects Women in “Organized Crime” in Greece: a methodological note and some preliminary data Transnational West African organized crime Computer algorithms: software in the dock Recent books and reports on organised crime Stepping