Exploring Criminal and Illegal Enterprise

Exploring Criminal and Illegal Enterprise

The book thus illustrates the dynamics of illegal entrepreneurship and of the
practices of criminal entrepreneurs by examining the illegal ... Its purpose is to
begin to explore the 'bounds' and 'boundaries' of criminal and illegal enterprise.

Author: Gerard McElwee

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781784415518

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 288

View: 243

This book examines the illegal behaviour of entrepreneurs and discusses how criminal entrepreneurs acquire information, learn from their entrepreneurial experiences, and utilize acquired knowledge to develop their organizations.
Categories: Business & Economics

Illegal Enterprise

Illegal Enterprise

This book incorporates Haller's critique of the Mafia model of organized crime and his elaboration of the illegal enterprise model of gangsters and their role in the American subeconomy.

Author: Mark H. Haller

Publisher: University Press of Amer

ISBN: 0761860614

Category: History

Page: 279

View: 444

Representing over four decades of work, this monograph by historian Mark H. Haller includes his work on organized crime in Chicago. This book incorporates Haller s critique of the Mafia model of organized crime and his elaboration of the illegal enterprise model of gangsters and their role in the American subeconomy."
Categories: History

Veterinary Business and Enterprise E Book

Veterinary Business and Enterprise E Book

This was no 'back street' or 'under the counter' illicit trade conducted in pubs or
out of the boot of a vehicle in a car park. In fact, it was computer accounts and
customer details from the business which exposed the scale of the illegal
enterprise.

Author: Colette Henry

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9780702058233

Category: Medical

Page: 190

View: 196

PRINT (PoD): Book comprising an edited collection of case studies illustrating key challenges in veterinary businessmanagement – the "RVC Case Series" (with the possibility of being branded ‘in association with Norbrook Laboratories’) . The cases are based on real veterinary businesses within the broader veterinary sector both nationally and internationally. Each case within the book would be around 4,000 - 5,000 words in length, authored by a leading veterinary or business academic and supported by web-based comprehensive teaching and learning notes. Cases submitted from ALL UK vet schools and from selected European and US examples.The cases will be peer reviewed and edited by Professor Colette Henry at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC). Each case to platform a particular theme or group of themes relevant to the effective and practical management of a veterinary/veterinary-related business. A second section comprises an edited research monograph platforming key veterinary business/management topics –written by leading academics in veterinary, business and management disciplines from a range of universities and colleges, this section comprises empirically and conceptually based research contributions that discuss contemporary issues in the field of veterinary business management.
Categories: Medical

Criminal Prosecution Under the Continuing Criminal Enterprise Statute

Criminal Prosecution Under the Continuing Criminal Enterprise Statute

income or resources from his participation in the illegal enterprise. In United
States v. Chagra, 669 F.2d at 256, the court was faced with the argument that
evidence of the defendant's purchase of expensive private real estate should not
have ...

Author: William J. Corcoran

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:20000004396459

Category: Conspiracy

Page: 111

View: 704

Categories: Conspiracy

Contacts Opportunities and Criminal Enterprise

Contacts  Opportunities  and Criminal Enterprise

Since the 1951 Kefauver Commission, a public inquiry had arisen over the
emergence of a criminal society purposely put together to dominate and more
efficiently organize the illegal distribution of goods and services in America.
Cressey ...

Author: Carlo Morselli

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 9780802038111

Category: Social Science

Page: 159

View: 827

In Contacts, Opportunities, and Criminal Enterprise, Carlo Morselli examines how business-oriented criminals who have personal networks designed to promote high numbers of diverse contacts achieve and maintain competitive advantages in their earning activities and overall criminal careers.
Categories: Social Science

Beyond the Mafia

Beyond the Mafia

PART Illicit Enterprise The first business of criminal organizations is usually
business. Goodson and Olson (1995 ... Illicit enterprise implies that what is
needed is entrepreneurial skill and willingness to exploit for illegal gain. That is
not to imply ...

Author: Sue Mahan

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 0761913599

Category: Social Science

Page: 257

View: 258

In contrast to typical studies of organized crime families, Beyond the Mafia presents a comparative perspective of `non-traditional' organized crime in the United States. The book begins with a discussion of the definition, study and control of organized crime and continues with five sections that present illuminating coverage of organized crime.
Categories: Social Science

Handbook of Research On Entrepreneurship

Handbook of Research On Entrepreneurship

illegal. rural. enterprise. Gerard. McElwee,. Robert. Smith. and. Peter. Somerville.
1. intRoduction. this chapter reports on an ongoing study into illegal and illicit
forms of enterprise we have encountered in rural areas during our research into ...

Author: Alain Fayolle

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9780857936929

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 448

View: 974

This indispensable Handbook offers a fresh look at entrepreneurship research, addressing what we already know, and what we still need to know, in the field. Over the course of 17 chapters, a collaboration of 24 highly-regarded researchers, expe
Categories: Business & Economics

Enterprise Entrepreneurship and Small Business

Enterprise  Entrepreneurship and Small Business

And just as normal business is not all entrepreneurial, illicit enterprise also varies
a great deal. ... dramatically criminal and might be termed 'evasive' enterprise, in
that it is illegal because of the avoidance of taxation and regulatory obligations ...

Author: Simon Down

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781446203934

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 256

View: 463

`A thoughtful and reflective account of "enterprise", offering meaningful and contextualized knowledge to students at all levels, written in a style that is as engaging as it is informative – and peppered with unobtrusive dry wit' - Professor Sara Carter, OBE, Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship, University of Strathclyde Enterprise, Entrepreneurship and Small Business is an exciting new text for all students of business. Broad and inquisitive in its intellectual outlook, this provocative but accessible textbook covers core themes and topics in the study of enterprise, as well as looking at subjects that are often ignored, from criminal entrepreneurs and the demise of Enron, to 'entre-tainment' and ethnic and indigenous entrepreneurship. Along the way, the reader will find an interactive exploration not only of the processes of entrepreneuring, of managing small enterprises, or of the implications of working in an entrepreneurial corporation - he or she will also be challenged to consider enterprise in its social, economic, political and moral contexts. This textbook moves beyond the narrow, prescriptive focus on the 'how' employed by other textbooks, and places equal emphasis on the 'why' - all the time considering the role of enterprise, entrepreneurship and small business in the world we live in. Supported by lively case studies, real-life examples and a concept guide of key terms, this text is ideal for undergraduate and postgraduate students on any course with an emphasis on enterprise and entrepreneurship.
Categories: Business & Economics

A Most Human Enterprise

A Most Human Enterprise

Illegal businesses illegal business income is typically left unstudied. over 2
decades ago economist Peter reuter noted that “scholarly literature on . . . illegal
markets in the United States [was then] quite modest”32 perhaps because entry
into ...

Author: Donald O. Granberg

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9780739127964

Category: Psychology

Page: 151

View: 519

Case studies include the infamous Tuskegee Syphilis Study, the well-known pseudo-prison work of Philip Zimbardo, the obedience research of Stanley Milgram, and the study of sex in public places by sociologist Laud Humphreys. Many of the studies that were most damaging to human subjects were funded by government, making the current concerns of university Institutional Review Boards seem ironic. A Most Human Enterprise also investigates consequences of plagiarism in the social sciences, the role that whistle blowers can play, and the consequences of their acts.
Categories: Psychology

Transforming Enterprise Cloud Services

Transforming Enterprise Cloud Services

Users of Cloud services also risk running illegal software, e.g., unlicensed or with
expired licenses, contained in an image. A Cloud provider risks hosting and
distributing images that contain malicious or illegal content. In addition, security ...

Author: William Y Chang

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9048198461

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 428

View: 413

The broad scope of Cloud Computing is creating a technology, business, sociolo- cal, and economic renaissance. It delivers the promise of making services available quickly with rather little effort. Cloud Computing allows almost anyone, anywhere, at anytime to interact with these service offerings. Cloud Computing creates a unique opportunity for its users that allows anyone with an idea to have a chance to deliver it to a mass market base. As Cloud Computing continues to evolve and penetrate different industries, it is inevitable that the scope and definition of Cloud Computing becomes very subjective, based on providers’ and customers’ persp- tive of applications. For instance, Information Technology (IT) professionals p- ceive a Cloud as an unlimited, on-demand, flexible computing fabric that is always available to support their needs. Cloud users experience Cloud services as virtual, off-premise applications provided by Cloud service providers. To an end user, a p- vider offering a set of services or applications in the Cloud can manage these off- ings remotely. Despite these discrepancies, there is a general consensus that Cloud Computing includes technology that uses the Internet and collaborated servers to integrate data, applications, and computing resources. With proper Cloud access, such technology allows consumers and businesses to access their personal files on any computer without having to install special tools. Cloud Computing facilitates efficient operations and management of comp- ing technologies by federating storage, memory, processing, and bandwidth.
Categories: Business & Economics

Transnational Organized Crime

Transnational Organized Crime

To a large degree, transnational crime consists in illicit trafficking in both illicit and
licit product. ... smuggling has now grown to a multi-billion dollar a year illegal
enterprise linked to transnational organized crime and international terrorism.

Author: Frank G. Madsen

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9780415464987

Category: Political Science

Page: 168

View: 426

With organized crime estimated to generate billions of dollars every year through illegal activities such as money laundering, smuggling of people and goods, extortion, robbery, fraud and insider trading, authorities are increasingly working together to combat this increasing threat to international security and stability. In this book former police officer Frank Madsen provides a much needed, short and accessible introduction to transnational organized crime, explaining its history and the key current issues and clearly examining the economics and practices of crime in the era of globalization. Key issues discussed include: the war on drugs anti-money laundering efforts the relationship between organized crime and terrorism development of 'Internet based' criminal activity international response to transnational organized crime. Illustrated by a series of researched case studies from around the world, Transnational Organized Crime is essential reading for all students and researchers in International Relations, International Law and Criminology.
Categories: Political Science

Using Civil Remedies for Criminal Behavior

Using Civil Remedies for Criminal Behavior

... there is sufficient evidence of illegal activity to warrant civil and criminal
proceedings against the operators of the enterprise. During the investigation of a
chop shop enterprise, the prosecutor handling the case in the attorney general's
office ...

Author: Peter Finn

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 9780788145810

Category:

Page: 79

View: 706

Advocates the use of civil remedies by police & prosecutors to combat a range of criminal activities including drug dealing, car theft, hate violence & possession of firearms by the mentally ill. Details of the procedure, organization, staffing, program evolution, accomplishments, advantages & Constitutional issues of seven case studies are presented, as well as discussions on making effective use of civil remedies, finding appropriate legislation, involving the community & other agencies, & using civil statutes in a Constitutionally defensible manner. Comparative table, end notes & glossary.
Categories:

Workin Hard for the Money

Workin  Hard for the Money

Chapter 5 LEGAL AND ILLEGAL WORK : WORK , CRIME AND DRUG DEALING
The sharp rise in drug trafficking that ... Once the decision to enter the world of
illegal enterprise Chapter 5: Legal and Illegal Work: Work, Crime and Drug ...

Author: Ira Brant Sommers

Publisher: Nova Publishers

ISBN: 1560728205

Category: Social Science

Page: 182

View: 299

This book examines women's participation in the cocaine/crack economy of New York City. All the women are or were long-term drug dealers, not those who casually dealt drugs. In order to be included in the authors' study, a person had to have sold drugs for at least two years. Many of the respondents were involved in drug distribution for considerably longer periods. Thus, the voices heard here are of those who had substantial drug selling careers. The authors' seek to describe the lives of women drug dealers -- not so much from their point of view, as from the women's own. In the research undertaken, they sought to listen to the women and understand the cultural perspectives through which they created their lives. Thus, the women are represented as responsive subjects and present their world as close as possible to how they saw it. Throughout the book, the women describe their experiences through their own vernacular.
Categories: Social Science

Handbook of Transnational Crime and Justice

Handbook of Transnational Crime and Justice

Crime. Illegal Enterprise and Political Convergence Table 13.2 Criminal
Enterprise in ... modern billion-dollar era enterprises is organized an intricate
providing crime system in diverthe of sified illicit services and products on the
global market.

Author: Philip Reichel

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 9781483311241

Category: Social Science

Page: 576

View: 262

Transnational crime and justice will characterize the 21st century in same way that traditional street crimes dominated the 20th century. In the Handbook of Transnational Crime and Justice, Philip Reichel and Jay Albanese bring together top scholars from around the world to offer perspectives on the laws, crimes, and criminal justice responses to transnational crime. This concise, reader-friendly handbook is organized logically around four major themes: the problem of transnational crime; analysis of specific transnational crimes; approaches to its control; and regional geographical analyses. Each comprehensive chapter is designed to be explored as a stand-alone topic, making this handbook an important textbook and reference tool for students and practitioners alike.
Categories: Social Science

Ferrara on Insider Trading and the Wall

Ferrara on Insider Trading and the Wall

Section 1962 ( a ) makes it illegal for any person who has received income
derived directly or indirectly from a pattern of racketeering activity to invest the
proceeds of that income in an enterprise . Section 1962 ( b ) prohibits acquiring
an ...

Author: Ralph C. Ferrara

Publisher: Law Journal Press

ISBN: 1588520692

Category: Law

Page: 1000

View: 416

The authors analyze the impact of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and SEC regulations regarding selective disclosure and insider trading.
Categories: Law

Street with No Name

Street with No Name

Temporarily, the enterprise was slightly illegal. —Joe Morse, Force of Evil Force
of Evil came at the beginning of a period when the public was recognizing that
crime had become organized like a business enterprise, and the question of its ...

Author: Andrew Dickos

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

ISBN: 9780813137490

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 328

View: 965

A Choice Outstanding Academic Title Flourishing in the United States during the 1940s and 50s, the bleak, violent genre of filmmaking known as film noir reflected the attitudes of writers and auteur directors influenced by the events of the turbulent mid-twentieth century. Films such as Force of Evil, Night and the City, Double Indemnity, Laura, The Big Heat, The Killers, Kiss Me Deadly and, more recently, Chinatown and The Grifters are indelibly American. Yet the sources of this genre were found in Germany and France and imported to Hollywood by emigré filmmakers, who developed them and allowed a vibrant genre to flourish. Andrew Dickos's Street with No Name traces the film noir genre back to its roots in German Expressionist cinema and the French cinema of the interwar years. Dickos describes the development of the film noir in America from 1941 through the 1970s and examines how this development expresses a modern cinema. Dickos examines notable directors such as Orson Welles, Fritz Lang, John Huston, Nicholas Ray, Robert Aldrich, Samuel Fuller, Otto Preminger, Robert Siodmak, Abraham Polonsky, Jules Dassin, Anthony Mann and others. He also charts the genre's influence on such celebrated postwar French filmmakers as Jean-Pierre Melville, François Truffaut, and Jean-Luc Godard. Addressing the aesthetic, cultural, political, and social concerns depicted in the genre, Street with No Name demonstrates how the film noir generates a highly expressive, raw, and violent mood as it exposes the ambiguities of modern postwar society.
Categories: Performing Arts

About Criminals

About Criminals

Rachel, the authors claim, is a deviant among deviants because she is a woman
operating an illegal enterprise in a traditional male occupation, and further, she is
educated and comes from a middle-class family background, which is atypical ...

Author: Mark Pogrebin

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 0761928162

Category: Social Science

Page: 358

View: 524

About Criminals: A View of the Offender's World is a collection of readings that presents recent and important research on criminal behavior. The book takes a "naturalistic" approach, allowing criminals to discuss their offenses and lifestyles from their own perspective. This method gives criminals the opportunity to disclose details of their offending behavior and reasons for their participation in crime. About Criminals offers a first-hand examination of offenders' motivations, descriptions of how they operate, their thoughts about victims, and descriptive analysis about their sometimes deviant lifestyles.
Categories: Social Science

Confessions Of A Dying Thief

Confessions Of A Dying Thief

Understanding Criminal Careers And Illegal Enterprise Sam Goodman, Darrell J.
Steffensmeier, Jeffery T. Ulmer ... that we use to analyze and interpret Sam's life
history narrative and his account of the theft under— world and illegal enterprise.

Author: Sam Goodman

Publisher: AldineTransaction

ISBN: 9780202307619

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 401

View: 532

**Recipient of the American Society of Criminology's 2006 Michael J. Hindelang Award for a book, published within the past three calendar years, that makes "the most outstanding contribution to research in criminology." **Nominated for the 2007 Outstanding Book award of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Sam Goodman, was a long-time thief, fence, and quasi-legitimate businessman. He had a criminal career that spanned fifty years, beginning in his mid-teens and ending with his death when he was in his mid-sixties. Confessions of a Dying Thief is an in-depth ethnographic study of Sam and his world based on continuous contact with him for many years, on multiple interviews with his network of associates in crime and business, and on a series of interviews with him shortly before he died. The book updates and greatly expands the case study of Sam Goodman's fencing activity found in Steffensmeier's award-winning 1986 book The Fence: In the Shadow of Two Worlds. The book combines Sam's colorful narrative accounts with substantive commentary by the authors to provide a more nuanced portrayal of criminal careers, illegal enterprise, and the broad landscape comprising the entity called "crime." To more fully understand pathways into and out of crime as well as the social organization of illegal enterprise, the authors propose an integrative learning-opportunity-commitment framework that combines differential association/social learning theory and an extended conceptualization of criminal opportunity with a three-fold theory of commitment to crime. This framework offers an integrated and more complete way of understanding mechanisms that underlie criminal offending and criminal careers. It also recognizes the complexity and scope of the criminal landscape and its embeddedness in the fabric of the larger society, including its criminal justice system. Sam's illness and death are a sobering backdrop throughout the whole book. However, Confessions is not just a dying thief's intimate confessions. Rather, it is a rare and penetrating journey into the dynamics of criminal careers and the social organization of criminal enterprise, as experienced by a veteran thief and fence and his network of key associates.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Whatever It Takes

Whatever It Takes

Illegal Immigration, Border Security, and the War on Terror J. D. Hayworth, Joe
Eule ... to a federal building in a post–September 11 world using a notoriously
unreliable ID card so they can visit the IRS in furtherance of their illegal
enterprise.

Author: J. D. Hayworth

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781621571094

Category: Political Science

Page: 230

View: 379

Whatever It Takes is a wide-ranging and highly entertaining read, in which Congressman J. D. Hayworth exposes the ongoing battle where terrorists seek ways to exploit our porous borders and attack our homeland as well as the hypocrisy, greed, and political correctness that could literally destroy our nation
Categories: Political Science

Law Crime Justice

Law  Crime  Justice

But a close review also shows that no purely demand theory can account entirely
for style , organization or succession in illegal ga ! enterprise because socio -
cultural and demographic characteristics of minorities also affected these ...

Author: George E. Pozzetta

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: STANFORD:36105043535041

Category: Social Science

Page: 462

View: 727

Categories: Social Science