Organised Crime in Europe

Concepts, Patterns and Control Policies in the European Union and Beyond

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-2615-7 (Print) 978-1-4020-2765-9 (Online)

Table of contents (36 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxx

  2. The History of Organised Crime

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      Introduction to Part I: The History of the Concept

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      Pages 47-75

      The Mafia and the ‘Problem of the Mafia’: Organised Crime in Italy, 1820-1970

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      Pages 77-107

      Multiple Underworlds in the Dutch Republic of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

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      Pages 109-149

      ‘Many a Lord is Guilty, Indeed For Many a Poor Man's Dishonest Deed’: Gangs of Robbers in Early Mode

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      Pages 151-180

      Banditry in Corsica: The Eighteenth to Twentieth Centuries

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      Pages 181-202

      From Thievish Artel to Criminal Corporation: The History of Organised Crime in Russia

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      Pages 203-224

      Urban Knights and Rebels in the Ottoman Empire

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      Pages 225-235

      Comparative Synthesis of Part I

  3. Contemporary Patterns of Organised Crime

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      Pages 239-262

      Introduction to Part II: Sources and Literature

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      Pages 263-302

      Organised Crime in Italy: Mafia and Illegal Markets – Exception and Normality

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      Pages 303-331

      Crossing Borders: Organised Crime in the Netherlands

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      Pages 333-356

      Organised Crime in Germany: A Passe-Partout Definition Encompassing Different Phenomena

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      Pages 357-385

      How Organised is Organised Crime in France?

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      Pages 387-412

      Spain: The Flourishing Illegal Drug Haven in Europe

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      Pages 413-434

      The Nature and Representation of Organised Crime in the United Kingdom

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      Pages 435-465

      The Czech Republic: A Crossroads for Organised Crime

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      Pages 467-498

      Organised Crime in Poland: Its Development from ‘Real Socialism’ to Present Times

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      Pages 499-535

      Illegal Markets and Organised Crime in Switzerland: A Critical Assessment

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      Pages 537-562

      Organised Crime in Albania: The Ugly Side of Capitalism and Democracy

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      Pages 563-584

      Contemporary Russian Organised Crime: Embedded in Russian Society

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