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ILLEGAL ENTERPRISE: A THEORETICAL AND HISTORICAL INTERPRETATION *
Illegal enterprise—defined as the sale of illegal goods and services to customers who know that the goods or services are illegal—has long been a central part of the American underworld, but it hasExpand
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Historical Roots of Police Behavior: Chicago, 1890-1925
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Bureaucracy and the Mafia: An Alternative View
Cressey's bureaucratic interpretation of organized crime families has been the dominant view of the subject. This paper reviews the problems associated with the bureaucratic definition and suggestsExpand
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Carl Menger's theory of invisible-hand explanations
Carl Menger's theory of invisible-hand explanations is rooted in his methodology of the social sciences. Contrary to his 18th-century Scottish forerunners he explains both the emergence and theExpand
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Mixing Economics and Ethics: Carl Menger vs Gustav Von Schmoller
Schmoller and Menger provide strictly antagonistic accounts of how ethics and economics should be related. Their contentions are mainly methodological. Whereas Schmoller hopes to integrate ethicsExpand
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