Transnational Organized Crime
An Overview from Six Continents
- Jay Albanese - Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
- Philip Reichel - University of Northern Colorado, USA
International Security & Conflict | Organized Crime
I was not able to adequately review the course materials. The decision date is next year but the decision time was significantly shorter than expected.
A very good overview for the introduction of transnational crime. A nicely designed publication, easy to follow and the lay out is smooth.
The theoretical framework is accessible and the chapters on each region are extremely helpful. The regional case studies ' material are paramount to understanding the transnational character of the problem and the required responses. Highly recommended for undergraduate and post-graduate students who want to be up-to-date with one of the most serious security concerns of the twenty first century.
An excellent resource, this book provides a clear and concise collection of international perspectives. This is an important book which vividly illuminates to the reader the cultural and regional composition of transnational threats.