Russian organized corruption networks and their international trajectories

Serguei Cheloukhine, M.R. Haberfeld

Countries undergoing major social and legal transitions typically experience a light, but relatively insignificant, increase in crime. However, in the past decade, many transitional countries in Eastern Europe, and Russia in particular, have experienced a surge in criminal activities that came about through the collaboration of diverse players-such as criminals, state officials, businesspersons, and law enforcement-into organized networks aimed to obtain financial and economic gains.

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  • Preface List of Figures Acknowledgments Chapter I. Introduction Definitions of Organized Crime (OC), Russian Organized Crime, and Organized Corruption Network (OCN). Organization of the Book Chapter II. Roots of Russian Organized Crime 2.1 Development of Criminal Professionals 16th -- 19th Century 2.2 Soviet Period: the vory v zakone in 1920s-1990s 2.3 Gorbachev's Economic and Social Reforms 2.4 The End of 90's - 2008 (OC-OCN) (2 Figures of OC) 2.5 Transformation and Adaptation Chapter III. Organized Crime, Businesses, and Local Bureaucracy 3.1 Features of the Russian Organized Crime 3.2 Social and Legal Causes of the Economy Criminalization 3.3 Regional Organized Crime Groups (Profiles
  • 2 Figures) 3.4 Turf Wars Chapter IV. Corruption in the Government: the Origins and Tendency 4.1 The Soviet Roots of Corruption: Social and Historic Phenomenon 4.2 Transitional Period: Stages, Tendency, and Development 4.3 Factors Promoting Corruption (Anticorruption legislation) 4.4 Corruption and Public service Chapter V. Organized Corruption Networks 5.1 Corruption and Organized Crime Diffusion into the System of Civil Service 5.2 Types, Forms and Methods of the OCN Control Over Territories, Enterprises, and the Economy (OCN Definition, Distinction from Criminal Network, Structure, Figures) 5.3 Cases of Corruption Chapter VI. Ways to Fight OCN: Law Enforcement Services 6.1 Structure and Legislation 6. 2 Criminal Code and Law Enforcements in Combating OCN Chapter VII. The International Reach 7.1 Comparative Dimensions of Russian Organized Corruption Networks 7.2 Implications for the Future Bibliography Index

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書名 Russian organized corruption networks and their international trajectories
著作者等 Haberfeld M. R. (Maria R.)
Haberfeld M. R.
Cheloukhine Serguei
出版元 Springer
刊行年月 c2011
ページ数 xvii, 181 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 9781441909893
NCID BB05947353
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国