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Books on transnational organised crime are numerous. Here you will periodically find reviews of books that we invite you to read to understand the phenomenon of organised crime from the point of view of reliable authors.
To read this book is a way to forge intellectual weapons to fight the “mafiosi” subculture that has been eating our contemporary society piece by piece way further than Italian borders. France included.
In this tell-all book, Italian journalist Luca Rastello presents the story of an anonymous cocaine smuggler, referred to only as the Market, who gives an account of the war on drugs from his perspective.
The investigative journalist set out to examine the world of football match fixing in professional soccer. Declan Hill's work is intriguing, riveting, and compelling.
According to Carina Gunnarson generalised trust could be crucial not only in the prevention of crime, but also for economic development and successful democracy.
Misha Glenny's fascinating McMafia investigates the spread of transnational crime since the break-up of the Soviet bloc, illustrating the role of illegal economy in today's global equilibrium.
The very first publication about the criminal “made in italy” with a global perspective, enriched by international maps showing the diffusion of Italian organised crime syndicates in the world and the drug trafficking routes.