Russian Organized Crime: Its History, Structure and Function

@article{Albini1995RussianOC,
  title={Russian Organized Crime: Its History, Structure and Function},
  author={Joseph L. Albini and R. E. Rogers and V. Shabalin and Valery Kutushev and V. Moiseev and Julie M. Anderson},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice},
  year={1995},
  volume={11},
  pages={213 - 243}
}
In analyzing Russian organized crime, the authors describe and classify the four major forms of organized crime: 1) political-social, 2) mercenary, 3) in-group, and 4) syndicated. Though the first three classifications of the aforementioned types of organized crime existed throughout Soviet history, it was the syndicated form that began to emerge in the late 1950's, expanding during the corrupt Breznev years (1964–82), exploding during perestroika, and reaching pandemic levels after the demise… Expand
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