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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Edited by: Alexander Learmonth, Charlotte Ford, Julia Clark, John Ross Martyn
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Transnational Financial Crime

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ISBN13: 9781409448884
Published: November 2013
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £260.00

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Financial crime affects virtually all areas of public policy and is increasingly transnational. The essays in this volume address both the theoretical and policy issues arising from financial crime and feature a wide variety of case studies, and cover topics such as state revenue collection, criminal enterprises, money laundering, the use of new technologies and methods in financial crime, corruption, terrorism, proliferation of WMD, sanctions, third-world debt, procurement, telecommunications, cyberspace, the defense industry and intellectual property. Taken together, these essays form a must-read collection for scholars and students in law, finance and criminology.

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International Criminal Law
Part I Theoretical Frameworks: Globalization, criminogenic asymmetries and economic crime, Nikos Passas
Global anomie, dysnomie, and economic crime: hidden consequences of neliberalism and globalization in Russia and around the world, Nikos Passas
Enron et al: paradigmatic white collar crime cases for the new century, David Friedrichs
Criminogenic cyber-capitalism: Paul Virilio, simulation, and the global financial crisis, Eric Wilson
Counterfeiting as corporate externality: intellectual property crime and global insecurity, Simon Mackenzie. Part II Types of Transnational Financial Crime: A good century for tax? Globalisation, redistribution and tax avoidance, John Braithwaite
E-gaming and money laundering risks: a European overview, Michael Levi
Trade-based money laundering and terrorist financing, John S. Zdanowicz
Demystifying Hawala: a look into its social organization and mechanics, Nikos Passas
Financial crime, near crime, and chicanery in the Wall Street meltdown, Richard B. Freeman
Mortgage origination fraud and the global economicl crisis: a criminological analysis, Tomson H. Nguyen and Henry N. Pontell
Odious debt, odious credit, economic development and democratization,Tom Ginsberg and Thomas S. Ulen
Defence expenditures, arms procurement and corruption in sub-Saharan Africa, Susan Willett
Why do so many anti-corruption efforts fail?, Michael Johnston
The genesis of the BCCI scandal, Nikos Passas
Organized fraud and organizing frauds: unpacking research on networks and organization, Michael Levi
Crime on the line: telemarketing and the changing nature of professional crime, Neal Shover, Glenn S. Coffey and Dick Hobbs
The insurgent economy: black market operations of guerrilla organizations, R.T. Naylor
Addressing identity crime in crime management information systems: definitions, classification, and empirics, Rodger Jamieson, Lesley Pek Wee Land, Donald Winchester, Greg Stephens, Alex Steele, Alana Maurushat and Rick Sarre
Transnational organised cyber crime: distinguishing threat from reality, Rob McCusker
Intellectual capital and economic espionage: new crimes and new protections, Herbert Snyder and Anthony Crescenzi
Cross-border crime and the interface between legal and illegal actors, Nikos Passas. Part III Control Issues: Criminalizing consequences of sanctions: embargo busting and its legacy, Peter Andreas
Financial controls and counter-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, Nikos Passas
Balancing financial threats and legal interests in money-laundering policy, Petrus C. van Duyne, Marc S. Groenhuijsen and A.A.P. Schudelaro
Do European procurement rules generate or prevent crime?, Nicholas Dorn, Michael Levi and Simone White
Criminal profits, terror dollars, and nonsense, R.T. Naylor
Asset and money laundering in Bolivia, Colombia and Peru: a legal transplant in vulnerable environments?, Francisco E. Thoumi and Marcela Anzola
Testing the global financial transparency egime, J.C. Sharman
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