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Call for Papers – ECPR Standing Group on Organised Crime

Call for Papers – ECPR Standing Group on Organised Crime

9 January, 2017

Our partners at the ECPR Standing Group on Organised Crime have announced that their 2nd General Conference will be held at the University of Bath from 7 to 8 July 2017: ‘Organised Crime Today – Networks, Routes and Criminal Partnerships’.

As part of the conference preparations they have launched a call for papers, and would welcome proposals addressing the following topics:

  1. Gangs, organised crime and mafia
  2. Criminal logistics, organisation, and modus operandi
  3. Criminal mobility
  4. Politics, corruption, and symbolic power
  5. Organised crime in prisons
  6. Organised crime and the European financial crisis
  7. Freezing, forfeiture, and social reuse of criminal assets
  8. Women and children in criminal and terrorist networks
  9. Public perceptions of organised crime
  10. International and European cooperation in the fight against organised crime
  11. Organised crime, social media and the internet
  12. Big data, crowdsourcing, spatial-temporal, and computational approaches
  13. Environmental crime
  14. Modern slavery
  15. Money laundering

The deadline for submission of abstracts is 1 March 2017.

For further information regarding the call requirements, or details on how to register for the conference, please visit their website http://sgocnet.org/site/conferences/

Clare Ellis

Clare Ellis was formerly a Research Fellow at RUSI within the National Security and Resilience team, focusing on serious and organised crime.

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