The Review – EROC

ISSN 2312-1653
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Editorial
Special Issue – Space Oddity? Exploring Organised Crime Ventures in Cyber Space

 Helena Carrapico (Aston University) and Anita Lavorgna (University of Southampton)
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Original article
Proactive Undercover Policing and Sexual Crimes against Children on the Internet

 Trine Thygesen Vendius (University of Copenhagen)
2  2

Original article
Dealer, Hacker, Lawyer, Spy. Modern Techniques and Legal Boundaries of Counter-cybercrime Operations

 Kamil Bojarski (Nicolaus Copernicus University)
2  2

Original article
Cyber Crime and National Security: A New Zealand Perspective

 Sophie Victoria Ann Richardson and Nicholas Gilmour (Massey University)
2  2

Original article
Dis-organised Crime: Towards a Distributed Model of the Organization of Cybercrime

 David S. Wall (University of Leeds)
2  2

Debate
Organised Cybercrime and Social Opportunity Structures: A Proposal for Future Research Directions

 Rutger Leukfeldt (NHL University of Applied Sciences, Open University)
2  2

Debate
Russian-speaking Cyber Crime: Reasons behind Its Success

 Lucie Kadlecová (Charles University)
2  2

Research note
Sifting through the Net: Monitoring of Online Offenders by Researchers

 David Décary-Hétu (University of Montreal) and Judith Aldridge (University of Manchester)
2  2

Practitioner’s insight
Innovations in International Cooperation to Counter Cybercrime: The Joint Cybercrime Action Taskforce (J-CAT)

 Tuesday Reitano (Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime), Troels Oerting (Barclays Plc.), and Marcena Hunter (Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime)
2  2

Original article
A Perilous but Profitable Crossing: The Changing Nature of Migrant Smuggling through sub-Saharan Africa to Europe and EU Migration Policy (2012-2015)

 Tuesday Reitano (Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime)
2  1

Studying Organised Crime Across Disciplines, Cultures and Professions

The Standing Group on Organised Crime (SGOC) is one of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) standing groups. We aim to promote research in transnational organised crime across different disciplines.

 

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