Institutionalisation of Political Parties: Comparative Cases. Edited by Robert Harmel and Lars G. Svasand

Transnational Organised Crime, Corruption and State Infiltration

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Panel Chair
Anna Sergi
University of Essex
Panel Co-Chair
Anita Lavorgna
University of Southampton

This panel looks at an analysis of the links between corruption and organised crime, in particular the way in which organised crime groups exploit state institutions, affect voting processes and move away from violent street crimes, either in traditional crime settings and in new trends of white collar crime.

Paper List

Anti-Corruption Strategies in EU and NAFTA Member States View Paper Details
Good Government in Corrupt Environment: Spurious Relationship Between Local Business Organisations, Politicians and Corruption View Paper Details
State Capture Revisited: Security Risks of Grand Corruption in the Czech Republic View Paper Details
The Interplay between OC and Judical Corruption in Southeast Europe, Albania as a Case Study View Paper Details
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