Ernesto U. Savona
Savona E.U., Riccardi M., Berlusconi G. (eds), 2016, Organised crime in European businesses, London: Routledge
The infiltration of organised crime in the legitimate economy has emerged as a transnational phenomenon. This book constitutes an unprecedented study of the involvement of criminal groups in the legitimate economy and their infiltration in legal businesses, and is the first to bridge the research gap between money laundering and organised crime. It analyses the main drivers of this process, explaining why, how and where infiltration happens.
Book available here
During the Summer School on “La Mafia oggi”, Prof. Savona gives a lesson on “Misurare la mafia. Il (difficile) mestiere di dare i numeri”.
During the 35th international symposium on Economic crime, Prof. Savona gives a speech during the session “Are we any good at protecting our societies and economies from the threat of economic crime and misconduct?”.
During the seminar on “Sociology of constitutions. A multidimensional approach”, organized by CSISC, Prof. Savona gives a speech during the session on “Constitutions between Legal and Political Systems”.
During the workshop “Criminal Justice Reform in Comparative Perspective”, Prof. Savona takes part in the session on “Suspect Communities, Counter-Terrorism and the Boundaries of Criminalisation”.
Transcrime professors and researchers take part in the conference “La criminologia nelle Università italiane: sviluppo e prospettive future”.
During the 2nd Cyprus Police International Conference, Alberto Aziani presents “Corruption and Infiltration: Assessing the Risk”.
Prof. Ernesto Savona takes part in the meeting “Beni sequestrati alle organizzazioni criminali: quanti sono, dove sono”, organised by Ernst & Young and supported by Ministero della Giustizia.
Michele Riccardi presents the final results of project IARM – Identifying and Assessing the Risk of Money Laundering in Europe.
During the conference “IRRESISTIBLE?”, Prof. Francesco Calderoni takes part in panel discussion on “Globalised networks and corruption”.
Michele Riccardi participates to Annual conference of ECRF – European Company Registers Forum to discuss about the role and status of beneficial ownership registers in the prevention of money laundering and financial crime.