eBook Encyclopedia Of Transnational Crime And Justice, 1st Edition

  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1452218587
  • ISBN-13: 9781452218588
  • DDC: 364.03
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 544 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released July 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
  • Price:  Sign in for price

About

Overview

Explores various aspects of transnational crimes with a focus on transnational justice, charting the criminal activity and crimes through to prosecution in domestic and international courts.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Reader’s Guide.
About the Editor.
List of Contributors.
Introduction.
Chronology.
1: Accounting Fraud.
2: Adjudicating International Crimes.
3: Al Qaeda.
4: Alien Conspiracies and Protection Systems.
5: Anticorruption Legislation.
6: Antiterrorist Financing.
7: Art and Antiquities: Fraud.
8: Art and Antiquities: Plunder.
9: Australia.
10: Bikers and Motorcycle Gangs.
11: Biopiracy.
12: Black Market Peso Exchange.
13: Bribery and Graft.
14: Capital Flight.
15: Central America.
16: Centralization.
17: Charities and Financing.
18: Charity Fraud.
19: Child Exploitation.
20: Cigarette Smuggling.
21: Civil Forfeiture: The Experience of the United States.
22: Cocaine.
23: Commissions and Payoffs.
24: Communication Technologies.
25: Complicity of the International Community.
26: Computer-Generated Scams.
27: Conventions, Agreements, and Regulations.
28: Copyright Infringement.
29: Corporate Influence Peddling.
30: Corporate Liability.
31: Corruption.
32: Counterfeit Currency.
33: Counterfeit Goods.
34: Crime Commissions.
35: Crimes Against Humanity.
36: Criminal Associations.
37: Criminal Forfeiture and Seizure.
38: Data Sources: Empirical Data.
39: Data Sources: Media Coverage.
40: Data Sources: Police Data.
41: Data Sources: Prosecution and Courts.
42: Deportation.
43: Diamonds and Jewelry.
44: Disorganized Crime: Reuter’s Thesis.
45: Draft Dodging.
46: Drug Trade: Legislative Debates.
47: Drug Trade: Source, Destination, and Transit Countries.
48: East Asia.
49: Eastern Europe and Russia.
50: Egmont Group of Financial Intelligence Units.
51: Electoral Manipulation.
52: European Union.
53: Europol.
54: Executive Order 13581.
55: Extradition.
56: Extraordinary Rendition.
57: Failed States.
58: Financial Action Task Force.
59: Financial Fraud.
60: Forgery.
61: Gambling: Illegal.
62: Gambling: Legal.
63: Gender-Based Violence.
64: Genocide.
65: Globalization.
66: Government Reports.
67: Harmonization.
68: Heroin.
69: Human Smuggling.
70: Human Trafficking.
71: Identity Theft.
72: Impact of Transnational Crime.
73: Influence and Position.
74: Informal Value Transfer Systems.
75: Intelligence Agencies: Collaboration within The United States.
76: Intelligence Agencies: Illegal Engagements.
77: Intelligence Agencies: U.S..
78: International Association of Chiefs of Police.
79: International Crimes.
80: International Criminal Court.
81: International Monetary Fund.
82: Internationalized Criminal Tribunals.
83: Internet Crime.
84: Interpol.
85: Investment Crimes.
86: Jihad.
87: Job Offer Scams.
88: Joint Force Policing and Integrated Models.
89: Legal and Illegal Economies.
90: Legislating Morality.
91: Legislation as a Source of Crime.
92: Mafia Myths and Mythologies.
93: Marijuana or Cannabis.
94: Measuring Transnational Crime.
95: Mega-Trials.
96: Middle East.
97: Military Forces: Private or Contracted.
98: Military Industries.
99: Military-Political-Industrial Nexus.
100: Money Laundering: Countermeasures.
101: Money Laundering: History.
102: Money Laundering: Methods.
103: Money Laundering: Targeting Criminal Proceeds.
104: Money Laundering: Vulnerable Commodities And Services.
105: Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties.
106: Narco-Terrorism.
107: Networks.
108: Nigerian Money Scams.
109: Nongovernmental Organizations.
110: North America.
111: Offenders or Offenses.
112: Organ Trafficking.
113: Organized Crime: Defined.
114: Organized Crime: Ethnic- Versus Market-Based.
115: Pharmaceuticals.
116: Piracy: Failed States.
117: Piracy: History.
118: Police Cooperation.
119: Policing: Domestic.
120: Policing: High Versus Low.
121: Policing: National Security.
122: Policing: Privately Contracted.
123: Policing: Transnational.
124: Political Influence Peddling.
125: Politically Exposed Persons.
126: Pollution: Air and Water.
127: Pollution: Corporate.
128: Pollution: Shipping-Related.
129: Popular Support Mechanisms: "Enablers" of Criminal Activity.
130: Pornography.
131: Price-Fixing.
132: Profit-Driven Crime: Naylor’s Typology.
133: Prosecution: International.
134: Public Expenditure Tracking Systems (PETS).
135: Public Perceptions of Crime.
136: Pyramid Schemes.
137: Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.
138: Recovery of Stolen Assets.
139: Responsibilization.
140: Risk Assessments.
141: Rule of Law Versus Security.
142: Sales Tax.
143: Sanctions and Blacklisting.
144: Securitization After Terror.
145: Separatists.
146: Sex Slavery.
147: South America.
148: South Asia.
149: Southeast Asia.
150: Stings and Reverse Stings.
151: Tariff Crimes.
152: Tax Evasion.
153: Technology.
154: Telemarketing Fraud.
155: Terrorism: Defined.
156: Terrorism: Domestic.
157: Terrorism: Financing.
158: Terrorism: Nondomestic.
159: Terrorism: Nuclear.
160: Terrorism Versus Transnational Crime.
161: Tobacco Smuggling.
162: Toxic Dumping.
163: Transitional Justice.
164: Transnational Crime: Defined.
165: Transnational Crime: Research Centers.
166: Transparency International.
167: UN Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime.
168: Underground Banking Regulations.
169: United Nations.
170: United Nations: Typologies of Criminal Structures.
171: Value-Added Tax Fraud.
172: Violence: Intimidation.
173: Violence: Protection.
174: Violence: Uses.
175: War Crimes.
176: War Crimes Tribunals.
177: Weapons Smuggling.
178: West Asia.
179: Western Europe.
180: Wildlife Crime.
181: Women and Transnational Crime.
182: World Bank.
183: World Court.
Glossary.
Resource Guide.
Appendix.
Index.