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The Characteristics of Illegal Markets  

Matías Dewey

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Feb 2019
The phenomenon of illegal markets is pervasive. The circulation of illegal goods and services reaches all social segments, crosses national boundaries, and produces enormous revenues. ... More

Corporate Crime and the State  

Adam Ghazi-Tehrani

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Sep 2018
State-corporate crime is defined as criminal acts that occur when one or more institutions of political governance pursue a goal in direct cooperation with one or more institutions of ... More

Critical Criminology and the Critique of Domination, Inequality and Injustice  

David O. Friedrichs

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Mar 2018
Critical criminology has achieved a substantial presence within the field of criminology over the past several decades. Critical criminology has produced a framework for the understanding ... More

Economic Crises, Common Crime, and Penality  

José A. Brandariz and Ignacio González-Sánchez

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Nov 2018
The influence of economic crises on crime and penality is one of the fundamental issues in economic analysis of the punitive field, and the topic has been explored from various ... More

Enemy Penology  

Susanne Krasmann

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Jan 2018
When Guenther Jakobs introduced the concept of “enemy criminal law” (Feindstrafrecht), or enemy penology, into the legal debate, this was due to a concern with the increasingly ... More

Political Ideologies and Penality  

Zelia A. Gallo

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Aug 2018
The literature on contemporary Western punishment presents us with a number of possible approaches to political ideologies and penality. The first approach requires us to ask what ... More

Punishment, Marxism, and Political Economy  

Alessandro De Giorgi

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Oct 2018
The political economy of punishment is a critical approach within the sociology of punishment that hypothesizes the existence of a structural relationship between transformations of the ... More

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