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Human Trafficking: A Global Perspective
Introduction Part I. The Rise and Costs of Human Trafficking: 1. Why has human trafficking flourished? 2. The diverse consequences of human trafficking Part II. The Financial Side of HumanExpand
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The Second Economy in the Soviet Union
The Soviet economy is a model for many nations that have followed the socialist form of economic development. Many of these states adopted a centrally-controlled and state dominated economy. AnExpand
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Lawyers in Soviet Work Life.
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Transition 8 (1)
FSU firms keep on providing social services. The price tag of Russia's organized crime. New currency boards come to the Balkans. Bulgaria in crisis. Vox populi -what do people in Central and EasternExpand
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Karachi: Organized Crime in a Key Megacity
IntroductionMegacities are developing across many regions of the world - in particular in Asia, Latin America, and Africa. These cities are growing rapidly as migrants from rural areas or thoseExpand
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Organized Crime and Corruption in Ukraine: Impediments to the Development of a Free Market Economy
Organized crime and endemic corruption threaten the stability of Ukraine and undermine its transition to a market economy. The indigenous crime problem of Ukraine is significant, but the problems areExpand
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Transition 10 (1)
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Opportunities for Transdisciplinary Science to Mitigate Biosecurity Risks From the Intersectionality of Illegal Wildlife Trade With Emerging Zoonotic Pathogens
Existing collaborations among public health practitioners, veterinarians, and ecologists do not sufficiently consider illegal wildlife trade in their surveillance, biosafety, and security (SB&S)Expand
Human Trafficking: Human Trafficking in Latin America and Africa
Latin America and Africa are the two poorest regions of the world. The regions have high birth rates, large youthful populations, and economies that are not growing at the pace needed to absorb theExpand