Organised Crime, Financial Crime, and Criminal Justice: Theoretical Concepts and Challenges

Daniel Jasinski (Editor), Amber Phillips (Editor), Edward Johnston (Editor)

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Organised crime and financial crime are pressing global problems, increasingly recognised as policy priorities both by national governments and international bodies and corporations. This proudly interdisciplinary collection is built on the premise that these topics are too often artificially separated, both in scholarship and the classroom. Bringing together scholars from law, the social sciences, and the humanities, this book showcases a diverse range of perspectives on these complex and compelling global issues, and the criminal justice challenges that they pose.

The themes discussed include legal theory and procedure; regulation and enforcement; prevention and punishment; media representation and perception. Readers are encouraged to think outside traditional disciplinary bounds and form their own connections and conclusions inspired by the juxtaposition of perspectives rarely seen together in the same volume.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherRoutledge, Taylor & Francis Group
ISBN (Electronic)9781003020813
ISBN (Print)9780367897451
Publication statusPublished - 15 May 2023

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