ILLEGAL ENTERPRISE: A THEORETICAL AND HISTORICAL INTERPRETATION *

@article{Haller1990ILLEGALEA,
  title={ILLEGAL ENTERPRISE: A THEORETICAL AND HISTORICAL INTERPRETATION *},
  author={M. Haller},
  journal={Criminology},
  year={1990},
  volume={28},
  pages={207-236}
}
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 has received little attention as a separate criminological category. Although such activities are often relatively short term and small scale when compared with legal businesses, three major factors explain the cooperation that sometimes emerges among illegal entrepreneurs. The first factor is systematic… Expand
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