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Purpose – This paper aims to establish the existence and enforceability of State responsibility for human trafficking, making special reference to children and Malta. Given that trafficking has been described by the European Court of Human Rights as a form of modern slavery, the paper's...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to consider whether HM Revenue & Customs systems are vulnerable to penetration by organized criminals. Design/methodology/approach – The paper is a review of available material published in hard copy and on the internet. Findings – The paper finds that HM...
Purpose – The objective of this article is to examine the criminal conduct of convicted bankers and institutions for the purpose of identifying any measurable factor that can determine the degree of risk an organization faces from the threat of organized crime. Design/methodology/approach –...
Purpose – This article aims to address the research question: “What are the characteristics of white‐collar criminals in Norway?”. Design/methodology/approach – The research is based on data from articles in Norwegian financial newspapers for one year where a total of 67 white‐collar criminals...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to consider recent UK case law on money laundering and consider how the concept of “predicate offence” continues to have a restricting influence on the scope of the relevant legislation. The paper aims to consider recent experience both in the UK and abroad...
Purpose – This paper attempts to examine the practical condition of implementing risk‐based approach (RBA) in Chinese financial sectors. Design/methodology/approach – This paper compares the differences between rule‐based approach and risk‐based approach (RBA), and provides different options to...
Purpose – This article seeks to examine approaches to combating the “scourge of international terrorism” by targeting the financial resources of terrorist organizations and their supporters. Design/methodology/approach – The article begins with the disputed issue of how to define a “terrorist”,...
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