Dear members, We are happy to announce that the latest number of the EROC Journal is finally out with very interesting articles prepared by several experts on their respective subjects.
As all the members of the SGOC are working on the preparations of our event Conference, we invite you to visit the oficial website for the 2nd SGOC General Conference in the next link: www.sgoc2017.org
Legislative And Administrative Initiatives to Curb Transnational Money Laundering and Black Money In India by Prem Anand The Challenges of European Research by Stefano Bonino Catching the Smugglers: An Eastern Sicily Experience about the Fight to Criminal Organization Fostering Clandestine Immigration By Cristiano Celestia newsletter-august-2016 newsletter-august-2016
Volume 13, Issue 2 This issue includes: Criminal Economy in the Real State Sector in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico (2000-2010) by Zulia Orozco The European Strategy Against Money Laundering by Laura Tedesco How should we study the role of women in ‘Ndrangheta? by Sabrina Garofalo Knowing your enemy: the organized crime by Nicholas Gilmour
The tenth anniversary of the ECPR General Conference will be held at Charles University, Prague, in the Czech Republic from 7-10 September 2016. The list of sections has been finalised, and the ECPR is now accepting proposals for Full Panels and individual Papers. The Standing Group on Organised Crime is organising a section on ‘Transnational Organised
ECPR STANDING GROUP ON ORGANISED CRIME — 1ST GENERAL CONFERENCE, 11-12 DECEMBER 2015, NAPLES, ITALY The Conference brought together some of the brightest minds in the field. During two days this unique group of experts presented and discussed relevant topics about Organized Crime, creating new networks along the academic community.
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
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