Session 176: RS124 -> Transnational Illegal Markets
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 14
Place: Sandburg 7
Session Chair: Barbara Ann Stolz, US General Accounting Office
Criminal Groups and Transnational Illegal Markets: A More Detailed Specification With the Aid of Social Network Theory
by: Gerben Bruinsma, NSCR and Leiden University (Corresponding)
Wim Bernasco, NSCR
Controlling the Illicit Trade in Antiquities: A Criminological Analysis of Demand Reduction Policies
by: Christine Alder, University of Melbourne (Corresponding)
The "Victims of Trafficking and Violence Act of 2000": How the Human Trafficking Problem Became a U.S. Public Policy Issue
by: Barbara Ann Stolz, US General Accounting Office (Corresponding)
The Black Market in Endangered Animals
by: Greg Warchol, Northern Michigan University (Corresponding)
Linda Zupan, Northern Michigan University

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