Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation

@article{Lehti2006TraffickingFS,
  title={Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation},
  author={Martti Lehti and Kauko Aromaa},
  journal={Crime and Justice},
  year={2006},
  volume={34},
  pages={133 - 227}
}
Current estimates of human trafficking for sexual exploitation underestimate rather than overestimate the volume. They exaggerate the role of trafficking in international prostitution of adults but underestimate trafficking in minors. About 60–80 percent of the crime is domestic, and the bulk of cross‐border trafficking is regional. The major flows run from rural areas to cities and from economically depressed regions to affluent ones. Traffic to industrialized countries is 10–20 percent of the… 
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