Anita Lavorgna

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The European Serious & Organised Crime Conference 2015 will take place on the 22nd April 2015 at the Renaissance Brussels Hotel. Gathering over 250 delegates, this year’s conference will provide a platform for EU policymakers and law enforcement authorities to discuss with business leaders means of fighting serious and transnational crime which poses an increasing

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The Poland’s greatest conference for lawyers, computer engineers and netsec experts will take place on 24th and 25th of March 2015 at the Faculty of Law and Adminstration, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun.  

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Andreas Schedler, Mexican National Survey on Organized Violence / Encuesta Nacional de Violencia Organizada (envo), Public opinion survey (N = 2.400) and elite opinion survey (N = 629), 2014, cide Data Archive for Applied Research in the Social Sciences (biiacs) (http://biiacs.cide.edu/)

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Glasgow

Standing Group on Organised Crime Section at the 8th ECPR General Conference in Glasgow 3 – 6 September 2014 Main Campus, University of Glasgow, Adam Smith Building, G12 8QQ, Scotland Following the success of the Standing Group on Organised Crime (SGOC)’s Section “Transnational Organised Crime in a Globalised World” at the 7th ECPR General Conference

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Glasgow

Standing Group on Organised Crime Section at the 8th ECPR General Conference in Glasgow 3 – 6 September 2014 Main Campus, University of Glasgow, Adam Smith Building, G12 8QQ, Scotland Following the success of the Standing Group on Organised Crime (SGOC)’s Section “Transnational Organised Crime in a Globalised World” at the 7th ECPR General Conference

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ECPR Standing Group on Organised Crime First General Conference - Old and new forms of organised and serious crime between the local and the global

11-12 December 2015 Department of Political Sciences Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II Naples, Italy Globalization and growing economic interdependence, that have for so long been regarded as pacifying and stabilizing factors of financial transactions and international relations, have strongly encouraged, the transformation of organised and serious crime, over the last 30 years, beyond