Italian Mafias Today

Italian Mafias Today

Despite a rapidly changing economic and legal landscape, Italian mafias remain prominent actors in the global criminal underworld. This book provides an extensive and up-to-date view of how they adapt to shifting economic opportunities and intensifying legal and civic backlash.


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Publisher Edward Elgar Publishing
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ISBN 1789904145
Pages 304 pages
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