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A Criminological Network Analysis of Counterfeit Alcohol Distribution

Project: Research


This project integrates a cutting-edge criminological and social network analytical theoretical approach to understand the organisation of the distribution of counterfeit alcohol. It analyses the dynamics between the 'scripts' through which offenders must go in order to accomplish their counterfeit alcohol enterprise and how these scripts are shaped by the networks of cooperating actors at various stages of the crime commission process.
Effective start/end date1/01/1630/11/16
  • Benson, Katie (Research Associate)
  • Spencer, Jon (Principal Investigator)
  • Lord, Nicholas (Co-Investigator)
  • Bellotti, Elisa (Co-Investigator)


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