Session 393: OC4 -> Transnational Organized Crime: Threat or Conceit
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Saturday, November 10
Place: Trinidad
Session Chair: John Song, Buffalo State College
Anomie, Organized Crime and Legal and Administrative Response in China
by: Huan Gao, Buffalo State College (Corresponding)
John Song, Buffalo State College
James Gillham, Buffalo State College
Traditional Organized Criminals, Hackers, Corporate Spies and Terrorists: The Coming Unification of International Organized Crime Groups in Their Quest for World Domination
by: Joseph L. Albini, Wayne State University (Corresponding)
Security and Political Concerns as a Framework for Transnational Organized Crime
by: Karen Kvashny, University of California, Irvine (Corresponding)
Threat of Transnational Organized Crime to International Security: A Critical Assessment
by: Jeffrey Scott McIllwain, San Diego State University (Corresponding)
Kevin Leinbach, San Diego State University

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