TraCCC Publications on Transnational Organized Crime

Publications on Transnational Organized Crime by TraCCC Staff and Visiting Scholars

This list is sorted alphabetically by Author.

Andrienko, Yuri; Shelley, Louise. Crime, Violence and Political Conflict in Russia, in Paul Collier and Nicholas Sambanis (eds.), Understanding Civil War, Volume 2: Europe, Central Asia, and Other Regions (World Bank, 2005).

Boksholov, Sergei. Organized Crime and Corruption in Russia (Demokratizatsiya, 3:3, Summer 1995, 270-274).

Burger, Ethan. A Brief Overview of Federal Racketeering Laws in the United States (presentation; also available in Russian).

Corpora, Christopher. Connections, Conundrums, and Criminality: Understanding Local Perceptions about and Attitudes toward Organized Crime and Corruption in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ann Arbor: UMI Press, June 2005.

Corpora, Christopher. “Engineers Needed? Framing the Gap between International and Local Perspectives about Organized Crime in BiH”, East European Studies News, Washington DC: Woodrow Wilson Center for International Studies, March-April 2005.

Corpora, Christopher. Framing the Gap between International and Local Perspectives on Addressing Organized Crime and Corruption in Bosnia and Herzegovina (presentation, Woodrow Wilson Center).

Corpora, Christopher. “Saving the Titanic: Some Themes and Approaches Towards a Better Understanding of Transnational Organized Crime’s Effects on Peacekeeping Missions,” in John Picarelli and Christopher Corpora eds., International Peacekeeping and Organized Crime: A Comparative Analysis, TraCCC and McCormick Tribune Foundation, Washington DC, April 2004.

Corpora, Christopher; Shelley, Louise. Tragedy, Transition, and Transformation: The Local-International Nexus of Transnational Organized Crime in the Former Yugoslav Republics (presented at the Woodrow Wilson Center on April 9, 2002, and archived as Meeting Report #252).

Dryomin, Viktor. Impact of Organized Crime and Corruption on the Political and Legal Situation in Ukraine (TraCCC presentation entitled “After the Election: Insights on Recent Events in Ukraine,” American University, February 2, 200)

Dryomin, Viktor. Organized Crime and Corruption in Ukraine as a System Phenomenon (presented at the Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Helsinki, 2004).

Glinkina, Svetlana. Privatizatsiya and Kriminalizatsiya: How Organized Crime is Hijacking Privatization (Demokratizatsiya, Vol. 2, No. 3, Summer 1994).

Koudriavtsev, Vladimir. Market Economy and Organized Crime in the Former USSR (in Savona, Ernesto, ed., Mafia Issues, Milano: ISPAC, 1993).

Kukhianidze, Alexander. Organized Crime and Smuggling through Abkhazia and South Ossetia (presented at the Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Helsinki, 2004).

Luneev, Viktor. Organized Crime (Chapter 9 of Crime in the XXth Century: International Criminological Analysis).

Nomokonov, Vitaly. Murder for Hire as a Manifestation of Organized Crime (Demokratizatsiya, Vol. 6, No. 4, Fall 1998, pp. 676-680 ).

Picarelli, John T.; Shelley, Louise. The Diversity of the Crime-Terror Interaction International Annals of Criminology Vol 43-1/2 (International Society of Criminology, 2005, pp. 51-81).

Picarelli, John T.; Shelley, Louise. Methods not Motives: Implications of the Convergence of International Organized Crime and Terrorism(Police Practice and Research: An International Journal, Vol. 3, No. 4, 2002), 305-318.

Picarelli, John T.; Shelley, Louise; Corpora, Christopher. Global Crime Inc. (in Beyond Sovereignty, Maryann E. Cusimano-Love (ed.), Wadsworth, 2003).

Picarelli, John T.; Shelley, Louise; and Corpora, Christopher. Les coulisses de la mondialisation (‘Global Crime Inc’, Les Cahiers de la Securite Interieure 52, deuxieme trimester 2003).

Picarelli, John T.; Shelley, Louise, et. al. Methods and Motives: Exploring Links between Transnational Organized Crime and International Terrorism (National Institute of Justice Report, July 2005).

Shelley, Louise. Addressing the Links of Crime and Terrorism (in Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Global Terrorism and International Cooperation, Ankara, Turkey, 10-11 March 2008. pp. 161-177).

Shelley, Louise. Can Russia Fight Organized Crime and Corruption? (Tocqueville Review / La Revue Tocqueville, Vol. XXIII, No. 2, 2002).

Shelley, Louise. The Challenge of Crime and Corruption (in Russia’s Policy Challenges: Security, Stability, and Development, Stephen K. Wegren (ed.), Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe, 2002).

Shelley, Louise. The Changing Position of Women: Trafficking, Crime, and Corruption (The Legacy of State Socialism and the Future of Transformation, David Lane (ed.), Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, 2002).

Shelley, Louise. Combating Transnational Crime and Corruption in Europe (testimony given before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, Subcommittee on European Affairs, October 30th, 2003).

Shelley, Louise. Contemporary Russian Organised Crime: Embedded in Russian Society (in Organised Crime in Europe, Cyrille Fijnaut and Letizia Paoli (eds.), Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer 2004).

Shelley, Louise. Corruption and Organized Crime in Mexico in the Post-PRI Transition (Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, Vol.17, No.3, August 2001, pp. 213-231) * George Mason University users may access this article here.

Shelley, Louise. Corruption des administrations et criminalitee organisee (in Comment fonctionne la Russie? Le Politique, le bureaucrate et l’oligarque, Marie Mendras ed., Paris: CERI/Autrement, 2003), 59-79.

Shelley, Louise. Crime and Corruption (Development in Russian Politics, White et al (eds), Houndsmills: Palgrave (2001).

Shelley, Louise. Crime and Corruption in the Digital Age (Journal of International Affairs, 51:2, Spring 1998).

Shelley, Louise. Crime and Corruption: Enduring Problems of Post-Soviet Development (Demokratizatsiya, Vol.11, No.1, Winter 2003).

Shelley, Louise.  “Crime, Organized Crime and Corruption,”  in Stephen K. Wegren, Return to Putin’s Russia: Past Imperfect, Future Uncertain 5th ed. Rowman & Littlefield, 2012, pp.189-208

Shelley, Louise. Crime as the Defining Problem: Voices of Another Criminology (International Annals of Criminology, Vol. 39, No. 1/2, 2002).

Shelley, Louise. Crime of the Former Socialist States: Implications for Western Europe (International Police Institute Twente, Public Safety in Europe, Enschede: Febodruk, 1999).

Shelley, Louise. Crimen Organizado, Terrorismo y Cibercrimen(in Delincuencia Organizada, Rafael Macedo (ed), de La Concha Mexico, D.F.: Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Penales, 2003), 237-253.

Shelley, Louise. Criminal Kaleidoscope: The Diversification and Adaptation ofCriminal Activities in the Soviet Successor States (European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, No. 3, 1996).

Shelley, Louise. The Criminal-Political Nexus: Russian Case Study (NSIC Conference: Confronting the Challenge of the Political-Political Nexus, Mexico, March 1997).

Shelley, Louise. The Criminal-Political Nexus: Russian Ukrainian Case Studies (Trends in Organized Crime, 4:3, pp. 81-107, Spring 1999).

Shelley, Louise. The Development of American Crime: A Comparative Perspective (in Crime and Control in Comparative Perspective, H.G. Heiland et al (eds.), Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1992).

Shelley, Louise. The Disposal of Seized Laundered Assets (Killing Development: Money Laundering in the Global Economy, Center for Post-Collectivist Studies, 2000).

Shelley, Louise. The Divergent Organized Crime of Eastern Europe and the Soviet Successor States (HEUNI Papers, No.28, 2008, pp.51-70).

Shelley, Louise. The Drug Trade in Contemporary Russia, in The China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly (Narcotics Special Issue), February 2006.

Shelley, Louise. Eradicating Crime Groups (The Foreign Service Journal, September 1997), 18-23.

Shelley, Louise. “Georgian Organized Crime” in Organized Crime and Corruption in Georgia ,eds. Louise Shelley, Erik R. Scott and Anthony Latta. New York: Routledge, 2007.

Shelley, Louise. The Financial Winners of the Current Crisis (The CIP Report, George Mason University School of Law, Vol. 7, No. 9, March 2009, pp.4-5, 11).

Shelley, Louise. The Globalization of Crime in Introduction to International Criminal Justice,ed. Mangai Natarajan. Boston: McGraw Hill, 2005, pp.3-10.

Shelley, Louise. The Globalization of Crime and Terrorism in The Challenges of Globalization (State Dept e-Journal), February 2006.

Shelley, Louise. “The Government Bureaucracy, Corruption and Organized Crime: Impact on the Business Community”, in Kathryn Hendley, Remaking the Role of Law: Commercial Law in Russia and the CIS. Juris: Huntington, NY, 2007, pp 41-61.

Shelley, Louise. “Human Trafficking as a Form of Transnational Crime”, in Human Trafficking, ed. Maggy Lee (Portland: Willan, 2007). 116-137.

Shelley, Louise. Identifying, Counting and Categorizing Transnational Criminal Organizations (Transnational Organized Crime 5:1, Spring 1999).

Shelley, Louise. “International Crime, Corruption and Terrorism: Definitions and Tasks”, in The Current State of International Organized Crime — The World and Japan, ed. Kan Ueda, Nihon-Hyoron-sya, 2007. pp. 11-34.

Shelley, Louise. Is the Russian State Coping with Organized Crime and Corruption?(in Building the Russian State: Institutional Crisis and the Quest for Democratic Governance, Boulder CO: Westview Press, 2000).

Shelley, Louise. Keynote Address (Transnational Crimes Symposium, Syracuse NY, 2000; reprinted in the Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce, 27:1, 2000).

Shelley, Louise. Korruptsiia i Organizovannaia Prestupnost(in Korruptsiia politicheskie, ekonomicheskie, organizostaionnye I pravovye problemy, V. Luneev (ed.), Moscow: Iurist, 2001).

Shelley, Louise. La Transnacionalizacion Del Crimen Organizado (Quorum, Vol. VII, No. 59, March/April 1998).

Shelley, Louise. Le crime transnational, une menace pour les États? in Les Grands Dossiersdes Sciences Humaines No. 2, mars, avril, mai, 2006, pp. 20-23.

Shelley, Louise. Mafia and the Italian State: The Historical Roots of the Current Crisis (Sociological Forum, Vol.9, No.4, 1994).

Shelley, Louise. More than Just a Crime Problem: Organized Crime in the Baltics(proceedings of IX Baltic Criminological Seminar, Estonian National Defense and Public Service Academy, Tallinn, 1997).

Shelley, Louise. The Nexus of Organized International Criminals and Terrorism(International Annals of Criminology, Vol. 20 1/2, 2002, pp. 85-92).

Shelley, Louise. Organized Crime in the Former Soviet Union: the Distinctiveness of Georgia(Legal Aspects of Struggle against Organized Crime and Corruption in Georgia, Institute of Legal Reforms, Independent Board of Advisors of the Parliament of Georgia, Tbilisi, 1999).

Shelley, Louise. Organized Crime and Corruption in Ukraine: Impediments to the Development of a Free Market Economy (Demokratizatsiya, Vol. 6, No. 4, Fall 1998), 648-663.

Shelley, Louise. Organized Crime and Corruption Security Threats (in What Security for Which Europe?, NY: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., 1999).

Shelley, Louise. Organized Crime Groups: ‘Uncivil Society’ in Russian Civil Society: A Critical Assessment, eds. Alfred B. Evans, Jr., Laura A. Henry, and Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom. Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, 2006, pp.95-109.

Shelley, Louise. Organized Crime, Terrorism and Cybercrime(in Security Sector Reform: Institutions, Society and Good Governance, Alan Bryden and Philip Fluri (eds.) Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft: Baden-Baden, 2003).

Shelley, Louise. Paying the Price (The Russian, April 1997).

Shelley, Louise. Post-Communist Transition and the Illegal Movement of People: Chinese Smuggling and Russian Trafficking in Women (Annals of Scholarship, 14:2, Fall 2002).

Shelley, Louise. Post-Soviet Organized Crime (Demokratizatsiya, Vol. 2, No. 3, Summer 1994).

Shelley, Louise. Post-Soviet Organized Crime: A New Form of Authoritarianism (Transnational Organized Crime, Vol. 2, No. 2/3, Summer/Autumn 1996).

Shelley, Louise. Post-Soviet Organized Crime and the Rule of Law(John Marshall Law Review, Vol.28, No. 4, Summer 1995).

Shelley, Louise. The Price Tag of Russia’s Organized Crime (Transition, February 1997).

Shelley, Louise. Privatization and Crime: The Post-Soviet Experience(The Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 11:4, December 1995).

Shelley, Louise. Russia and Ukraine: Transition or Tragedy? (in Menace to Society: Political-Criminal Collaboration Around the World, Roy Godson (ed.), New Brunswick, N.J.:Transaction Publishers, 2003).

Shelley, Louise. Russian Organized Crime and the Role of the International Cooperation in Law Enforcement (Demokratizatsiya, Vol. 10, No. 1, Winter 2002).

Shelley, Louise. Russia’s Law against Trade in People: A Response to International Pressure and Domestic Coalitions, in Public Policy and Law in Russia: In Search of a Unified Legal and Political Space, eds. Ferdinand Feldbrugge and Robert Sharlet eds. Leiden: Netherlands, oninklijke Brill, 2005, pp.291-305.

Shelley, Louise. Terrorism, Transnational Crime, and the International Banking System(American, Fall 2001).

Shelley, Louise. The Threat from International Organized Crime and Global Terrorism (testimony given before the Committee on International Relations,House of Representatives, 105th Congress, First Session, October 1, 1997).

Shelley, Louise. Torgovliia zhenshchinami, kriminal i korruptsiia (‘Trade in Women, Criminal and Corruption’, Dialog Zhenshchin 18/24, 2002).

Shelley, Louise. Transcript of Trafficking and Smuggling of Human Beings(delivered at the ‘Corruption Within Security Forces: A Threat to National Security’ conference, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, May 14-18, 2001).

Shelley, Louise. Transnational Crime, Corruption and Information Technology (report given at TraCCC Annual Conference, American University, Washington, D.C., Nov 30 – Dec 1, 2000).

Shelley, Louise. Transnational Crime and Peacekeeping: Comparative Perspectives (report on Cantigny Conference Series, Chicago, Illinois, 2001).Sponsored by the McCormick Tribune Foundation.

Shelley, Louise. Transnational Organized Crime: An Imminent Threat to the Nation-State? (Journal of International Affairs, No. 2, Winter 1995).

Shelley, Louise. Transnational Organized Crime and Seized Assets: Moral Dilemmas Concerning the Disposition of the Fruits of Crime (Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, Vol. 7, No, 1, 2000).

Shelley, Louise. Transnational Organized Crime in the United States: Defining the Problem (Kobe University Law Review, No. 32, 1998).

Shelley, Louise. Transnational Organized Crime: The New Authoritarianism (in The Illicit Global Economy and State Power, H. Richard Friman andPeter Andreas (eds.), Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Pub., 1999).

Shelley, Louise. The Unholy Trinity: Transnational Crime, Corruption, and Terrorism, The Brown Journal of World Affairs, Vol XI, Issue II Winter/Spring 2005, pp. 101-111.

Shelley, Louise. The Unholy Trinity: Transnational Crime, Corruption, and Terrorism, in Invisible Threats: Financial and Information Technology Crimes and National Security, Umberto Gori and Ivo Paparela (eds.), Amsterdam: IOS Press, 2006. pp 100-107.

Shelley, Louise. Unraveling the New Criminal Nexus (Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Winter/Spring 2005).

Shelley, Louise; Andrienko, Yuri. Crime, Violence and Political Conflict in Russia, in Paul Collier and Nicholas Sambanis (eds.), Understanding Civil War, Volume 2: Europe, Central Asia, and Other Regions (World Bank, 2005).

Shelley, Louise; Corpora, Christopher. Tragedy, Transition, and Transformation: The Local-International Nexus of Transnational Organized Crime in the Former Yugoslav Republics (presented at the Woodrow Wilson Center on April 9, 2002, and archived as Meeting Report #252).

Shelley, Louise and Orttung, Robert. The Links between Organized Crime and Terrorism in Eurasian Nuclear Smuggling (presented at the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Kennan Institute on December 12, 2006, and archived as Meeting Report #7718).

Shelley, Louise; Picarelli, John T. The Diversity of the Crime-Terror InteractionInternational Annals of Criminology,Vol 43-1/2 (International Society for Criminology, 2005, pp. 51-81.

Shelley, Louise; Picarelli, John T. Methods not Motives: Implications of the Convergence of International Organized Crime and Terrorism (Police Practice and Research, 3:4, 2002).

Shelley, Louise; Picarelli, John T. “Organized Crime and Terrorism” in Terrorism Financing and State Responses: A Comparative Perspective, eds. Jeanne Giraldo and Harold Trinkunas (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2007). 39-55.

Shelley, Louise; Picarelli, John T.; Corpora, Christopher. Global Crime Inc. (in Beyond Sovereignty, Maryann E. Cusimano-Love (ed.), Wadsworth, 2003).

Shelley, Louise; Picarelli, John T.; Corpora, Christopher. Les coulisses de la mondialisation (‘Global Crime Inc’, Les Cahiers de la Securite Interieure 52, deuxieme trimester 2003).

Shelley, Louise; Picarelli, John T.;et. al. Methods and Motives: Exploring Links between Transnational Organized Crime and International Terrorism (National Institute of Justice Report, July 2005).

Shostko, Olena. Organized Crime in Ukraine: Contemporary Situation and Methods of Counteractionin Nevala, Sami, and Kauko Aromaa (eds.) Organized Crime, Trafficking, Drugs.(Helsinki, Finland, 2003).

Stoecker, Sally. The Rise in Human Trafficking and the Role of Organized Crime (Demokratizatsiya, Vol. 8, No. 1, Winter 2000).

Sukharenko, Alexander. The Use of Corruption by ‘Russian’ Organized Crime in the United States (Trends in Organized Crime, Vol. 8, No. 2, Winter 2004, pp. 118-129).

TraCCC Research Center,Washington. Transnational Crime, Corruption and Information Technology (TraCCC Annual Conference Report, 2000).

Voronin, Yuriy. The Emerging Criminal State: Economic and Political Aspects of Organized Crime
in Russia (Transnational Organized Crime, National Institute of Justice, 6:2-3, 1996).