A widespread belief among scholars of organized crime is that contemporary organized crime groups intentionally take advantage of globalization by opening outposts in faraway territories. In turn, such groups supposedly have developed a non-traditional, flat internal structure lacking ‘centres of gravity’. This article puts such a belief to test.

Filed under: Academic 2012

It testo dell'intervista che mi fece Gennaro Grimolizzi ad Oxford per il magazine del Sole 24 Ore, con foto di Salvatore De Gregorio. E' stata una bellissima giornata e Oxford era al suo meglio ...

Filed under: Non Academic 2011


"Few books on organized crime blend academic theory and popular interest as well as this book...[T]his is an excellent study." 


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