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Direttore

Ernesto Ugo Savona

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Progetti

Il Prof. Savona (Laurea in Legge nel 1965 e Postgraduate School in Sociology and Social Research University of Rome “La Sapienza” 1966-1970) dirige Transcrime, il Centro Interuniversitario di ricerca sulla criminalità transnazionale dell’Università Cattolica di Milano ed insegna nella Facoltà di Scienze Politiche e Sociali dell’Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano. Ha insegnato nelle Università di Trento (Giurisprudenza 1986-2002) e a Roma “La Sapienza” (Scienze Statistiche e Sociali: 1971-1986).

Dal 1996 al 2000 è stato eletto nel Comitato Criminologico del Consiglio d’Europa a Strasburgo, ed è uno dei cinque “eminenti” accademici europei che l’Unione Europea ha chiamato nel 1998 per sviluppare un programma di ricerche sulla criminalità in Europa e sui mezzi per contrastarla. E’ stato consulente delle Nazioni Unite e di diversi paesi e dal 1990 al 1994 ha diretto un progetto sulla criminalità internazionale presso il National Institute of Justice di Washington D.C. Istituto di ricerca del Governo americano. E’ stato visiting scholar e visiting professor presso la Yale Law School, Oxford (Wolfson College), Cambridge (Dept. of Criminology) e Università di Salta (Argentina). Nel settembre 2003 è stato eletto Presidente della European Society of Criminology.

E’ membro  del  Expert Group on Policy Needs for Data on Crime   e dell’Expert Group su Firearms, ambedue della Commissione Europea.

Dal  2003 ad oggi è Direttore della Rivista scientifica European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, pubblicata da Springer. Nel Giugno 2011 è stato nominato Presidente per il term 2011-2012 del Global Agenda Council on   Organized Crime del World Economic Forum. Il Professor Savona partecipa come relatore alle più importanti Conferenze internazionali.

Dal 1995 il lavoro del prof. Savona si identifica con il lavoro del Centro Transcrime da lui diretto.

Libri (selezione)

  • E.U. Savona with G. Berlusconi and M. Riccardi, (eds) Organised Crime in European Businesses,Routledge 2016E.U. Savona and B. Leclerc (eds.), Crime Prevention in the XXI Century,  Springer, 2016
  • E.U. Savona, F. Calderoni (eds), Criminal Markets and Mafia Proceeds, Routledge, London, 2015
  • Akdeniz G.; Aebi M. F.; Barclay G.; Campistol C.; Caneppele S.; Gruszczynska B.; Harrendorf S; Heiskanen M.; Hysi V.; Jehle J.; Jokinen A.; Kensey A.; Killias M.; Lewis C.G.; Savona E.; Smit P. “European Sourcebook of Crime and Criminal Justice Statistics – European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control, affiliated with the United Nations (HEUNI) – Helsinki – Finland, 2014
  • E.U. Savona. (ed), “Organised Crime in the EU. A Methodology for Risk Assessment”, Erasmus University, School of Law, Rotterdam, 2009
  • E.U. Savona, A. Di Nicola and B. Vettori (eds.), “Gli infortuni sul lavoro”, F. Angeli, Milan 2008
  • E.U. Savona, S. Caneppele, “Problem Solving e analisi criminale: guida all’uso in 55 steps”, 2008, translation and adaptation from R.V. Clarke and J. Eck, Become a problem solving crime analyst, Jill Dando Institute, 2004
  • E.U. Savona and S. Stefanizzi (eds.), “Measuring Human Trafficking”, Springer, Dordrecht, 2006;
  • E.U. Savona (ed.), “Crime and Technology”, Springer, Dordrecht, 2004
  • E.U. Savona with M. Barbagli and A. Colombo, “Sociologia della devianza”, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2003;
  • E. U. Savona (ed.), G. Bertelli, F. Bianchi, R. Cornelli, “Quarto Rapporto sulla Sicurezza nel Trentino 2002”, Osservatorio sulla Sicurezza nel Trentino, vol. 4, Provincia autonoma di Trento, Trento, 2002
  • E.U. Savona with F. Manzoni, “European Money Trails”, Harwood Academic Press, 2000 online marked 1999
  • E.U. Savona and S. Stefanizzi, “I mercati dell’usura a Milano”, Camera di Commercio di Milano, Milano, 1998;
  • S. Adamoli, A. Di Nicola, E.U. Savona and P. Zoffi, “Organised Crime Around the World”, HEUNI – United Nations, Helsinki, 1998
  • E.U. Savona and L. Mezzanotte, “La corruzione in Europa”, Carocci Editore, 1998
  • E.U. Savona (ed.), “Responding to Money Laundering. An International Perspective”, Harwood Academic Press, Reading, 1997
  • E.U. Savona, N. Dorn and J. Jepsen (eds), “European Drug Enforcement”, McMillan, London, 1996 and St. Martin ess Ltd., New York, 1996
  • Co-editor with N. Dorn and J. Jepsen of “European Drug Enforcement”, McMillan, London 1995
  • Co-editor with P. Williams, “United Nations and Transnational Organised Crime”, special issue of Transnational Organised Crime Journal, Frank Cass Publications, London, 1995

Capitoli (selezione)

  • E.U. Savona, “Proofing legislation against crime as situational prevention measure” in Benoit and Savona (eds) Situational Prevention in the XXI Century, Springer, NY 2016
  • E.U. Savona, L. Giommoni, M. Mancuso, Human “Trafficking for sexual exploitation in Italy” in Cognition and Crime: Offenders Decision making and Script Analysis, Routledge, London 2014
  • E.U. Savona, International cooperation against organized crime: lessons learned from combating maritime piracy in Somalia, in Edwin Bleichrodt, Arthur Hartmann, Paul Mevis, Lodewijk Rogier, Barbara Salverda (eds.) Onbegrensd strafrecht, Wolf Legal Publishers (WLP), Oisterwijk 2013
  • E.U. Savona, “Il contributo della sociologia all’analisi dei fenomeni criminali in Italia tra tradizione ed. innovazione” in C. Cipolla, L’Identità sociale della sociologia in Italia, Franco Angeli, Milano 2012
  • E.U. Savona, “Italian Mafias’ Asymmetries” in D. Siegel and H. Van Den Bunt, Traditional Organized Crime in the Modern World, Springer 2012
  • E.U. Savona and M. Zanella, “Extortion and Organized Crime” in Mangai Natharajan (ed.) International Crime and Justice, Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge 2011
  • E.U. Savona, “I cambiamenti nella tratta delle donne a scopo di sfruttamento sessuale” in M. Anselmi, S. Cappello e M. C. Federici (eds), Animale sociale e homo homini lupus, edizioni Oge, Collana Quaderni del C.R.I.S.U., Milano 2011
  • E.U. Savona “Le Organizzazioni criminali in Europa viste dall’esperienza italiana” in G. Fiandaca e C. Visconti (eds) Scenari di Mafia, Giappichelli Editore Torino 2010
  • E.U. Savona “Infiltration by Italian organised crime (Mafia, N’drangheta and Camorra) of the public construction industry”, in K. Bullock, R. V. Clarke, N. Tilley, Situational Prevention of Organised Crimes, Willan Publishing (UK), 2010
  • PROTON “Modelling the recruitment PROcesses leading to organized crime and TerrOrism Networks” (2016), funded under the Horizon 2020 Programme Secure Societies (Coordinator).
  • OSCE “Organized Crime in Serbia” (2015), funded by Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
  • MORE “Modelling and mapping the risk of Serious and Organised Crime infiltration in legitimate businesses across European territories and sectors” (2016), funded by Internal Security Fund Police – Isf Police – 2014 DG HOME.
  • BLOCKWASTE “Blocking the Loopholes for Illicit Waste Trafficking” (2016), funded by Internal Security Fund Police – Isf Police – 2014 DG HOME.
  • The Balanced Recipe (2015), funded by Philip Morris International, Switzerland
  • Project Impact Assessment of the Sistema Táctico de Análisis Delictual – STAD in Chile (2014) funded by Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (IADB)
  • FIRE- Fighting illicit firearms trafficking routes and actors at European level (2014), funded by the European Commission
  • IARM- Identifying and Assessing the Risk of Money Laundering in Europe (2014), funded by the European Commission
  • CEREU – Countering Extortion and Racketeering in EU (2014), funded by the European Commission
  • Intelligent Piracy Avoidance using Threat detection and Countermeasure Heuristics (2014), funded by the European Commission (UCSC-Transcrime working as partner)
  • EBOCS – European Business Owners and Control Structure (2014), funded by the European Commission (UCSC-Transcrime working as partner)
  • Assessing the Risk of the Infiltration of Organized Crime in EU MSs Legitimate Economies: a Pilot Project in 5 EU Countries (2013), funded by the European Commission
  • Pre.Gio: Monitoraggio e prevenzione del gioco d’azzardo patologico in Trentino (2013), funded by the Autonomous Province of Trento, Italy, aimed at assessing the characteristics of the supply and the demand of both legal and illegal gambling in Trentino, analysing the politics already existing and their impact, developing a methodology to estimate both social and economic costs of gambling and suggesting a range of prevention instruments and politics to deal with gambling
  • Organised Crime Portfolio (2012), funded by the European Commission
  • The Factbook on the Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products (UK, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Poland, Luthuania, Greece, Spain), 2012-2014, funded by Philip Morris International, Switzerland
  • Illicit Tobacco Routes – EU Regional Outlook on the Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products (2014), funded by Philip Morris International, Switzerland
  • Plain packaging and illicit trade in the UK (2012), funded by Philip Morris International, Switzerland
  • Study on the application of the regulation on information accompanying transfers of funds (2012), funded by the European Commission
  • Study on organized crime confiscated assets (2012), funded by the Italian Ministry of the Interior, National Operative Framework (PON) 2007-2013
  • Assessment of the challenges regarding organized crime in Latin America and proposal on how to measure and how to use statistical data to measure organized crime in the region (2011), funded by UNODC (Centre of Excellence for Statistics on Governance, Public Security, Victimization and Justice in Mexico) and INEGI (Instituto National de Estatistica y Geografia), Mexico
  • The fight against trafficking in human beings in EU: promoting legal cooperation and victims’ protection (2011), funded by the European Commission
  • Developing and implementing a model to analyze the input, output and outcome of seizure and confiscation in Italy: understanding vulnerabilities to suggest possible remedies (2011), funded by MIUR – Ministry of Education, University and Research, Italy
  • EU survey to assess the level and impact of crimes against business (2011), funded by the European Commission
  • METRiC: Monitoraggio dell’Economia Trentina contro il Rischio Criminalità (2011-2013), aimed at assessing the vulnerability of the economy of the Province of Trento to the risks of criminal infiltration, funded by the Autonomous Province of Trento, Italy
  • Decodeur CMS – Developing a Methodology to Collect Data on Community Sanctions and Measures and Attrition Rates in Europe (2011), funded by the European Commission
  • BOWNET – Identifying the Beneficial Owner of legal entities in the fight against money laundering NETworks (2011), funded by the European Commission
  • Understudied organized crime offending: A discussion of the Canadian situation in the international context (2011), funded by Public Safety Canada (Canadian Ministry of interior), Canada
  • FAKES – Fighting Against brand counterfeiting in three Key European member states. Towards a more comprehensive strategy (2008-2011), funded by DG JLS, Programme Prevention of and Fight against Crime
  • CARDS – Development of monitoring instruments for judicial and law enforcement institutions in the Western Balkans (2009-2011), funded by the European Commission and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
  • Study on the development of an EU Survey to assess the level and impact of crimes against business, Stage 1: requirements gathering (2008-2009), funded by the European Commission, DG JLS
  • Expertise and skills service for monitoring, collection of data, research, development and implementation of an electronic system to support the starting up of the Observatory on human trafficking, funded by the Prime Minister’s Office, Department of Equal Opportunities, Italy
  • Study on Extortion Racketeering: the Need for an Instrument to Combat Activities of Organised Crime (2008-2009), funded by the European Commission, DG JLS
  • Criminal Analysis Implementation Project, as part of the National Operational Programme for the Development of Southern Italy 2000-2006” – Misura III. 1 “Technical Assistance” (2007/2008), funded by the Italian Ministry of Interior, Public Security Department
  • Criminal and non-criminal policies against organised crime, an impact evaluation in the prospect of European Harmonisation (2006-2008), funded by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research
  • Cost Benefit Analysis of Transparency Requirements in the Company/Corporate Field and Banking Sector relevant for the fight against Money Laundering and other Financial Crime (2006-2007), funded by the European Commission, DG JLS
  • Criminal and non-criminal policies against organised crime: an impact evaluation in the prospect of European harmonisation (2006-2008), funded by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) under the Programme PRIN 2005
  • A study On Crime Proofing – Evaluation of crime Risk implications of the European Commission’s proposals covering a range of policy areas (2005-2006), funded by the European Commission, DG -JLS
  • COUTURE – Public and private partnership for reducing counterfeiting of fashion apparels and accessories (2005-2008), funded by the European Commission under the Programme Agis 2005
  • MAVUS II – Method for and Assessment of the Vulnerability of legal Sectors (2005-2006) – funded by the European Commission, DG-JLS
  • IKOC – improving Knowledge on Organised Crime to develop a common European approach (2004/2006), funded by the European Commission under the Sixth Framework Program
  • MARC – Developing Mechanisms for Assessing the Risk of Crime Due to Legislation and Products in Order to Proof Them Against Crime at an EU Level (2004-2006), funded by the European Commission under the Sixth Framework Program
  • Study to Assess the Scope of and Collect Available Statistics and Meta-Data on Five Crime Types and Propose Harmonised Definitions and Collection Procedures for These Types of Crime for the EU Member States and the Acceding Countries (2005-2006), funded by the European Commission, DG JLS
  • Evaluation of crime risk implications of the European Commission’s proposals covering a range of policy areas (2005-2006), funded by the European Commission, DG JLS
  • EUSTOC – Developing an EU Statistical Apparatus for measuring Organised Crime, assessing its risk and evaluating organised crime policies (2003-2004), funded by the European Commission under the Programme Agis 2003
  • Use of Cash Payments for Money Laundering Purposes – Comparative Study into the Current Legislative Controls on Large-Scale Cash Payments within the EU Member States and an Analysis of the Use of Such Payments for Money Laundering Purposes (2003), funded by the European Commission, DG JHA
  • Study on Regulations and Practices in EU Member States that Obstruct Anti-Money Laundering International Co-operation (2001), funded by the European Commission
  • Instruments of public and private law for the prevention and control of economic criminal activities (1998/2000), funded by the Italian Ministry of University and of Scientific and Technological Research (MURST)
12
Settembre
2017
Milano

Durante la Summer School “La Mafia oggi”, il Prof. Savona tiene una lezione su “Misurare la mafia. Il (difficile) mestiere di dare i numeri”.

Programma
4
Settembre
2017
Cambridge

Durante il 35° international symposium on Economic crime, il Prof. Savona interviene durante la sessione “Are we any good at protecting our societies and economies from the threat of economic crime and misconduct?”.

Programma
2
Settembre
2017
Fermo

Durante il seminario “Sociology of constitutions. A multidimensional approach”, organizzato dal CSISC, il Prof. Savona interviene durante la sessione “Constitutions between Legal and Political Systems”.

Agenda
24
Agosto
2017
Birmingham

Durante il workshop “Criminal Justice Reform in Comparative Perspective”, il Prof. Savona partecipa alla sessione dedicata a “Suspect Communities, Counter-Terrorism and the Boundaries of Criminalisation”.

13
Luglio
2017
Milano

I docenti e i ricercatori di Transcrime partecipano alla conferenza “La criminologia nelle Università italiane: sviluppo e prospettive future”.

Agenda
23
Giugno
2017
Nicosia

Durante la 2nd Cyprus Police International Conference, Alberto Aziani presenta “Corruption and Infiltration: Assessing the Risk”.

Agenda
22
Giugno
2017
Roma

Il Prof. Ernesto Savona interviene alla conferenza “Beni sequestrati alle organizzazioni criminali: quanti sono, dove sono”, organizzata da Ernst & Young e patrocinata dal Ministero della Giustizia.

Programma ufficiale
19
Giugno
2017
Bratislava

Michele Riccardi presenta i risultati finali del progetto IARM – Identifying and Assessing the Risk of Money Laundering in Europe.

Programma ufficiale
17
Giugno
2017
Berlino

Durante la conferenza “IRRESISTIBLE?”, il prof. Francesco Calderoni partecipa al panel di discussione su “Globalised networks and corruption”.

Programma completo
15
Giugno
2017
Vilnius

Michele Riccardi partecipa alla Conferenza Annuale del ECRF – European Company Registers Forum per discutere del ruolo e dello stato di implementazione dei registri dei titolari effettivi nella prevenzione a riciclaggio e criminalità finanziaria.

Agenda ufficiale