From Maastricht to Brexit by Richard Bellamy and Dario Castiglione

The Role of Transnational Organised Crime in the Context of States in Transition/ States in Crisis

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Panel Chair
Yuliya Zabyelina
University of Edinburgh
Panel Co-Chair
Benjamin Farrand
University of Newcastle

The global economic crisis has limited the ability of the State to provide for the economic and social well-being of its citizens, particularly as a result of austerity measures. As often happens, where social and economic needs are not fulfilled by legitimate enterprise or State function, organised crime steps in to accommodate these needs. This panels seeks to analyse the impact that the global economic crisis has had on organised crime activities and to explore organised crime groups’ strategies of adaptation to the current economic context.

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