[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Intelligence as decision-making support » (2021)

By Espen Barth Eide « The number of decisions to be made, combined with the time available before a decision must be made, makes it very […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « The Making of Crime Predictions: Sociotechnical Assemblages and the Controversies of Governing Future Crime » (2021)

By Daniel Edler Duarte « We are witnessing an upsurge in crime forecasting software, which supposedly draws predictive knowledge from data on past crime. Although prevention […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Models for Strategic Thinking in Intelligence Analysis » (2021)

By Luisa Dall’Acqua « Intelligence is a field of activity that has a rich history, yet it still lacks clarity of definition and agreement. This is […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Organized Crime and Firms’ Financial Statements: Evidence from Criminal Investigations in Italy » (2021)

By Pietro Andrea Bianchi, Antonio Marra, Donato Masciandaro, Nicola Pecchiari « We investigate how connections to organized crime manifest on firms’ financial statements and analyze the […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Circulation, not Cooperation: Towards a new understanding of intelligence agencies as transnationally constituted knowledge providers » (2021)

By Sophia Hoffmann « Theoretical approaches to international intelligence relations primarily rely on the inadequate concept of cooperation. I offer an alternative analytical framework based on the […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Cognitive Biases in Criminal Case Evaluation: A Review of the Research » (2021)

By Vanessa Meterko, Glinda Cooper « Psychological heuristics are an adaptive part of human cognition, helping us operate efficiently in a world full of complex stimuli. […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Intelligence is NOT About “Telling Truth to Power” » (2021)

By Mark M. Lowenthal « Intelligence officers love to explain their role in the policy process as « telling truth to power ». They wrap themselves in this […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Basic approaches to fighting organized crime in the EU » (2021)

By Romeo Drobarov, Biljana Popovska « Organized crime as a concept, phenomenon and a threat attracts attention and raises interest to be studied. Moreover, it provokes […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Chapitre/Livre: « Towards an analyst-centric intelligence process » (2021)

By Brigt Harr Vaage, Knut Magne Sundal « While intelligence previously centred on uncovering “secrets”, it is today more focused on “mysteries”. During the Cold War, […]

[#CrimOrg] Rapport: « Changing tides: The evolving illicit drug trade in the western Indian Ocean » (2021)

By @GI_TOC « The islands of the western Indian Ocean have been drastically impacted by illicit drug markets. Mauritius and the Seychelles report some of the […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Rethinking Warning: Intelligence, Novel Events, and the COVID-19 Pandemic » (2021)

By Daniel S. Gressang, James J. Wirtz « There are various dimensions of the COVID-19 warning problem. For example, how did the scientific, intelligence, and strategic […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Cheats, threats and reflexivity: organizational narratives and on policing organized and economic crime » (2021)

By Annette Vestby « Drawing on narrative criminology and sensemaking theory, this paper explores interpretive pat-terns in an interagency policing collaboration that targets ‘work-related crime’ (WRC). […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Intelligence Analysis for Tomorrow: Advances from the Behavioral and Social Sciences » (2011)

By Robert Pool « The intelligence community (IC) plays an essential role in the national security of the United States. Decision makers rely on IC analyses […]

[#Terrorism] Thèse: « Effects of Military and Economic Aid on Terrorism: A Long- and Effects of Military and Economic Aid on Terrorism: A Long- and Short-Term Analysis Short-Term Analysis » (2021)

By Haley Parker « Does foreign aid reduce terrorism? Socio-economic aid aims to address the root causes of terrorism by improvinghealth care, education, justice systems, infrastructure, […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « The Image of the Enemy: Intelligence Analysis of Adversaries Since 1945 » (2015)

By Paul Maddrell « Intelligence agencies spend huge sums of money to collect and analyze vast quantities of national security data for their political leaders. How […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Vertical organizations, flat networks: Centrality and criminal collaboration in the Italian-American Mafia » (2022)

By Andrew T.Krajewski, Daniel Della Posta, Diane Felmlee « While criminal organizations often feature hierarchical positions, scholars debate the extent to which networks of informal collaboration […]

[#INTELLIGENCE|#Cyber] Article: « Cyber Threat Predictive Analytics for Improving Cyber Supply Chain Security » (2021)

By Abel Yeboah-Ofori, Shareeful Islam, Sin Wee Lee, Zia Ush Shamszaman, Khan Muhammad, Meteb Altaf, Mabrook S. Al-RakhAMI « Cyber Supply Chain(CSC) system is complex which […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Influence of organized crime on the economic development of the countries of the european union » (2021)

By Kristian Angelov « The main thesis in the report is that the impact of organized crime on the economy of the EU member states should […]

[#INTELLIGENCE|#Cyber] Mémoire: « Using cyber threat intelligence as a part of organisational cybersecurity » (2021)

By Juhani Matilainen « Cyber Threat Intelligence(CTI)has gained public attention at the same time se-curity breaches are publicised in the press. This thesis is conducted as […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Technology as a tool for transnational organized crime: networking and money laundering » (2021)

By Gurpreet Tung « Using technology tocommit crimesis becoming much more prevalent. The internet has provided organized criminal entitiesanonymity and accessibility to criminal networksacross the worldto […]

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