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A Truly Monumental Contribution!
Put together by one of the finest criminological scholars of our time, Professor James Sheptycki’s impressive collection of influential essays provides novice researchers, students, policy-makers and academics with a wealth of knowledge on organized and transnational organized crime. It is truly remarkable to see this inter-disciplinary mixture of works of all sorts - classic, theoretical, methodological, comparative, and contemporary - informed from such a wide range of perspectives from the historical, to the realist, to the critical, which have been included in this collection.
Transnational Organized Crime is a timely and comprehensive collection of the most important and interesting papers in this field. It includes both well-known studies and little-read gems. The Collection comes with thought-provoking Introductions to each volume by the editor, James Sheptycki. Professor Sheptycki places the readings in their historical context, evaluates merits and limits of each one and introduces key debates. The Editor’s Introductions are a most enlightened guide to these complex and ever-changing phenomena.
Transnational Organized Crime was once a marginal topic, but no longer. In a field now crowded with summaries, handbooks and compendia Sheptycki has accomplished something significant. These volumes contain many articles which invite readers to quickly review many well-known contributions to the literature and to re-acquaint themselves with lesser-known essays. The Introductions to each volume are excellent.