The special issue came out of a joint one day programme on “Organised crime yesterday, today, and tomorrow”, involving speakers from the SGOC and the Symposium on Economic Crime held annually at Jesus College, Cambridge. http://www.emeraldinsight.com/toc/jmlc/18/2
Special Issue editors: Dr. Helena Carrapico (Aston University, UK) and Dr. Anita Lavorgna (University of Wolverhampton, UK) Over the past two decades, the development of modern societies has become intimately interconnected with information technologies. Such trend is particularly visible among the increasing number of personal objects, household appliances and professional structures connected to information networks.
The ECPR Standing Group on Organised Crime had the pleasure of participating, once more, in the ECPR’s annual conference. This year’s event, at the University of Glasgow, was particularly marked by a high turn-out of participants, excellent organization, and topical subjects, such as the on-going debate on Scottish secession from the United Kingdom. The Section
The ECPR annual conference started today in Glasgow! The SGOC is present with the section “Understanding and tackling the roots of insecurity: terrorism, organized crime and corruption”. The section is composed of 9 panels and gathers 65 participants. Follow us on Twitter @ #ecprconf14
Organised crime is complex. Thus, it is crucial to examine this phenomenon from different perspectives with the help of distinguished experts from a number of different fields. It is even better when interested, motivated and friendly students from across the world come together to research, discuss, question and sometimes even provide answers to issues relating
The European Review of Organised Crime is accepting submissions for the next issues! We welcome theoretical and empirical contributions presenting the latest research on organised crime broadly conceived from a variety of disciplines, such as criminology, criminal justice, political science, law, security studies, sociology, gender studies, economics, media studies, anthropology, and history. We also seek