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  2. Recommended books for the module 65 items
    1. Core 12 items
      1. Policing the globe: criminalization and crime control in international relations - Peter Andreas, Ethan Avram Nadelmann, ebrary, Inc 2006 (electronic resource)

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      2. Transnational organised crime: perspectives on global security - Adam Edwards, Peter Gill 2003

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      3. Globalisation, democracy and terrorism - E. J. Hobsbawm 2008

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      4. Convergence: illicit networks and national security in the age of globalization - James Stavridis, National Defense University. Center for Technology and National Security Policy. Center for Complex Operations, National Defense University. Institute for National Strategic Studies 2013

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      5. Global crime connections: dynamics and control - Frank Pearce, Michael Woodiwiss 1993

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      6. Borders and crime: Pre-crime, mobility and serious harm in an age of globalization - Sharon Pickering, Jude McCulloch 2012 (electronic resource)

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      7. Handbook of transnational crime & justice - Philip L. Reichel c2005

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      8. Transnational and comparative criminology - J. W. E. Sheptycki, Ali Wardak 2005

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      9. Combating transnational crime: concepts, activities, and responses - Phil Williams, Dimitri Vlassis, International Symposium on Polymer Analysis and Characterization 2001

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    2. Globalisation 13 items
      1. The globalisation of corporate governance: the challenge of clashing cultures - Adrian Davies, ebrary, Inc c2011 (electronic resource)

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      2. Spaces of global capitalism - David Harvey 2006

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      3. The global transformations reader: an introduction to the globalization debate - David Held, Anthony G. McGrew 2002

        Book Recommended Part 1

      4. The globalization reader 2015 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended especially parts IV-V.

      5. The paradoxes of globalisation - Eric Milliot, Nadine Tournois 2010 (electronic resource)

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      6. Globalization: a critical introduction - Jan Aart Scholte 2005 (electronic resource)

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      7. States versus markets: the emergence of a global economy - Herman M. Schwartz c[2010

        Book Recommended Chapters 1,2,9,10,13 and 14

      8. Globalization - Malcolm Waters 1995

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    3. Transnational Organised Crime 11 items
      1. Transnational organised crime: perspectives on global security - Adam Edwards, Peter Gill 2003

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      2. The economics of organized crime - Gianluca Fiorentini, Sam Peltzman 1997

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      3. The new European criminology: crime and social order in Europe - Vincenzo Ruggiero, Nigel South, Ian R. Taylor, ebrary, Inc 1998 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Hobbs, D. and Dunningham, C. (1998) ‘Global Organised Crime’

      4. Understanding Global Security - Peter Hough 2008 (electronic resource)

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      5. Understanding organized crime in global perspective: a reader - Patrick J. Ryan, George E. Rush 1997

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      6. Critical reflections on transnational organized crime, money laundering and corruption - Margaret E. Beare c2003

        Book Recommended Read: Woodiwiss, M. (2003) ‘Transnational Organised Crime: the Strange Career of an American Concept’

    4. Global (Criminal) Markets 14 items
      1. Crimes of the powerful: a reader - David Whyte 2008

        Book Recommended Read: Agamben, G. (2009) ‘Sovereign Police’

      2. Crimes of the powerful: a reader - David Whyte 2008

        Book Recommended Read: Friedrichs, D. O. and Friedrichs, J. (2009) ‘The World Bank and Crimes of Globalisation: a Case Study’

      3. Crimes of the powerful: a reader - David Whyte 2008

        Book Recommended Read: Gallant, T.W. (2009) ‘Brigandage, Piracy, Capitalism, and State Formation: Transnational Crime from a Historical World-Systems Perspective’

      4. Global crime connections: dynamics and control - Frank Pearce, Michael Woodiwiss 1993

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      5. Private warriors - Ken Silverstein, Daniel Burton-Rose 2000

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      6. Crimes of the powerful: a reader - David Whyte 2008

        Book Recommended Read: Tilly, C. (2009) ‘War Making and State Making as Organized Crime’

      7. Crimes of the powerful: a reader - David Whyte 2008

        Book Recommended Read: Wonders, N. and Danner, M. (2009) ‘Globalisation, State-Corporate Crime and Women’

      8. Crimes of the powerful: a reader - David Whyte 2008

        Book Recommended Read: Woodiwiss, M. (2009) ‘Gangster Capitalism: the United States and the Global Rise of Organised Crime’

      9. State crime: governments, violence and corruption - Penny Green, Tony Ward, ebrary, Inc 2004 (electronic resource)

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    5. State Corporate Crime and Wars Markets and States 15 items
      1. Algorithms of War - Gopal Balakrishnan September-October 2003

        Article Recommended

      2. Pox Americana: exposing the American empire - John Bellamy Foster, Robert Waterman McChesney 2004

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      3. Corporate Carve Up 2003

        Article Recommended

      4. State crime: governments, violence and corruption - Penny Green, Tony Ward, ebrary, Inc 2004 (electronic resource)

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      5. The new European criminology: crime and social order in Europe - Vincenzo Ruggiero, Nigel South, Ian R. Taylor, ebrary, Inc 1998 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Jamieson, R (1998) Towards a Criminology of War in Europe

      6. Suppressing the Financing of Terrorism - Jude McCulloch,, Sharon Pickering 2005

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      7. War, aggression and state crime. - Ronald C. Kramer, Raymond J. Michalowski 2005

        Article Recommended

      8. State-corporate crime: wrongdoing at the intersection of business and government - Raymond J. Michalowski, Ronald C. Kramer c2006

        Book Recommended

      9. Crimes of the powerful: a reader - David Whyte 2008

        Book Recommended Read: Rolston, B. (2009) ‘Unfinished Business: State Killings and the Quest for

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