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Cyrille Fijnaut and Letizia Paoli (Eds.) Hardcover 1074 pages (August 2005) Publisher: Springer Language: English ISBN:1402026153 Price: 235,00 € (Until Dec. 1, 2005: 190,00 €) Synopsis (provided by the publisher) At the beginning of the 21st century organised crime has become a ‘hot’ topic in public debate and on political agendas throughout Europe. To control

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James B. Jacobs Softcover 304 pages (January 2006) Publisher: NYU Press Language: English ISBN: 0-8147-4273-4 Price: $32,95 Synopsis (provided by the publisher) Nowhere in the world has organized crime infiltrated labor as effectively as in the United States. From the early 1930s to the assassination of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Union president Jimmy Hoffa

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On October 25th Europol released the public version of its 2005 EU Organised Crime Report. It is not yet available on their website however we obtained a copy. You’ll find it (.pdf) here. (right click the link for direct download)

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John Handoll Hardcover 250 pages (April 2005) Publisher: Richmond Law & Tax Ltd Language: English ISBN: 1904501516 Price: £95 SynopsisThis work provides an expert and practical analysis of the Treaty framework governing free movement of capital and payments, covering the definition of capital payments, the prohibition of restrictions on free movement, together with the permitted

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Nick Kochan Hardcover 256 pages (May 24, 2005) Publisher: Texere Publishing,US Language: English ISBN: 1587991594 Price: £13.99 (at Amazon.co.uk) Book Description Seasoned investigative journalist and financial expert Nick Kochan takes readers deep inside the world of money laundering — a highly sophisticated, trillion-dollar, global business that poses a serious threat to Western economies. Profiling the

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Peter Reuter & Edwin M. Truman Paperback 248 pages (June 2005) Publisher: The Institute for International Economics Language: English ISBN: 0881323705 Price: £14.50 Synopsis National and international efforts to reduce money laundering were originally developed to reduce drug trafficking and have broadened over the years to address many other crimes and, most recently, terrorism. They