ECPR General Conference
University of Glasgow, Glasgow
3 - 6 September 2014




Global and National Responses to Organised Crime and Terrorism

Organised Crime
 
Public Policy
 
Terrorism
 
Panel Number
P126
Panel Chair
Francesca Longo
Università di Catania
Panel Co-Chair
Benjamin Farrand
University of Warwick
Panel Discussant
Liz Campbell
University of Edinburgh
Export Panel to Calendar

Time
04/09/2014 14:00
Location
Building: Adam Smith Floor: 7 Room: 711
Abstract
Given the ambiguity contained in the concepts of terrorism, organised crime and corruption, this panel aims at exploring key aspects of definitional debates and at analysing their evolution in time. It also wishes to understand global and national responses to organised crime and terrorism and well as their consequences. Papers informed through the theoretical lenses of Security Studies, Critical Security Studies, Political Science, International Relations, European Studies and Criminology are particularly welcome.

Paper List


x
Search
Title 
 
Organised Crime on Trial: Criminalisation of Conspiracy and Enterprise in England and the USA View Paper Details
Political Responses to Crime: Explaining Variance in Global Crime Governance View Paper Details
The Evolution of Issue Definition: Organised Crime on the European Agenda View Paper Details
The International Political Responses to Drug Trafficking Revisited View Paper Details
The Repression of Transnational Crime Character between New Common Challenges and Transfer of Sovereignty in Criminal Matters View Paper Details
Share this page
 

"Man is by nature a political animal" - Aristotle


Back to top