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




The EU Fight against Terrorism, Organised Crime and Corruption

European Union
 
Organised Crime
 
Terrorism
 
Panel Number
P351
Panel Chair
Anja Jakobi
TU Braunschweig
Panel Co-Chair
Ines Oliveira
University of Edinburgh
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Time
06/09/2014 11:00
Location
Building: Adam Smith Floor: 7 Room: 711
Abstract
Terrorism, organised crime and corruption have been added to the list of security threats to European citizens, businesses, state institutions as well as the economy as a whole. The EU has continuously adapted its response to these insecurities both domestically and externally. This panel invites papers that focus on the study of the EU’s policies against terrorism, organised crime and corruption.

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Determinants of Victim-Centered Approaches to Human Trafficking: A Cross-National Comparison View Paper Details
Economic Consequences of Antidrug Policies in the European Union for a Transit Country: Spain as a Case Study View Paper Details
The Anti-Corruption Platform: A Bottom-Up Approach to Tackle Corruption in the EU and Partner Countries View Paper Details
The Coherence of EU Cyber security strategy View Paper Details
The European Union Approach to Terrorism: The Case of Civil Aviation Security View Paper Details
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