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The Resource Common goods and evils? : The formation of global crime governance, Anja P. Jakobi

Common goods and evils? : The formation of global crime governance, Anja P. Jakobi

Label
Common goods and evils? : The formation of global crime governance
Title
Common goods and evils?
Title remainder
The formation of global crime governance
Statement of responsibility
Anja P. Jakobi
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
AU@
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Jakobi, Anja P
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Crime prevention
  • Criminology
  • Crime and globalization
Label
Common goods and evils? : The formation of global crime governance, Anja P. Jakobi
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 268-301) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • 1. Global Crime Governance in World Society -- Crime Policies and Crime Governance -- Perspectives on Global Crime and its Governance -- Existing Explanations for Global Crime Governance -- World Society Theory and Sociological Institutionalism -- The Plan of the Book -- pt. I Governance in World Society -- 2. Power, Change, and Institutions in World Society -- Building a World Society -- Actors of World Society -- Bringing Change to World Society -- Networks as Tools for Institutional Change -- Rationalization in World Society -- Variance in World Society -- Different Logics in World Culture -- World Culture and Institutional Entrepreneurship -- pt. II Establishing Global Crime Governance -- 3. The Historical Development of Global Anti-Crime Procedures -- The Significance of Crime -- The Background of International Activities -- Historical Roots of Cooperation -- Cooperation since World War II -- Professionalization and Global Anti-Crime Efforts --
  • An Expanding International Infrastructure -- 4. The Emergence and Diffusion of Global Anti-Crime Regulations -- Maritime Piracy -- Slavery and Prostitution -- Politically Motivated Crime -- Narcotic Drugs -- Transnational Organized Crime -- Cybercrime -- Enlarging Substantive Commitments -- 5. Global Activities against Money Laundering -- The Background of Anti-Money Laundering Policies -- Anti-Money Laundering in the United States -- The FATF: Establishing a Global Standard -- The Global Outreach: Expanding the FATF Network -- Cross-Regional Outreach: Formal and Informal Linkages -- Status Quo: Stabilization of Anti-Money Laundering Policies -- Global Policy Change in Anti-Money Laundering -- 6. Global Anti-Corruption Norms -- The Background of Fighting Corruption -- The United States and the International Fight against Corruption -- The OECD and Bribery -- Anti-Corruption in the Organization of American States -- World Bank Activities against Corruption --
  • The Council of Europe's Fight against Corruption -- Anti-Corruption in the European Union -- The United Nations against Corruption -- The Global Spread of Anti-Corruption Efforts -- International Standard-Setting against Corruption -- 7. Global Efforts against the Trafficking of Humans -- The Background of Human Trafficking -- Conflicts in Fighting Human Trafficking -- The UN Anti-Trafficking Protocol -- Anti-Trafficking in the United States -- The International Monitoring Process -- Consequences of American Anti-Trafficking Efforts -- Other International Efforts against Human Trafficking -- Fragmented International Anti-Trafficking Measures -- pt. III Comparative Perspectives on Global Crime Governance -- 8. The Adoption of Crime Policies: Patterns and Strategies -- Adopting Crime Policies on the International Level -- Comparing Patterns of Diffusion -- Revisiting Coercion in Policy Diffusion -- Different Ways to Create Global Crime Governance --
  • 9. Non-State Actors in Global Crime Governance -- The Complexity of Global Crime Governance -- Non-State Contributions to Crime Governance -- Non-State Actors in the Global Policy Process -- Support and Ambivalence in Transnational Regulation -- Conclusions -- 10. Global Crime Governance: Conclusions, Implications and Outlook -- Summarizing Global Crime Governance -- Rationalization in International Politics -- The Distinctiveness of Theorizing World Society -- Alternative Perspectives on Global Crime Governance
Control code
FIEb17550658
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xix, 309 pages
Isbn
9780199674602
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)857308013
Label
Common goods and evils? : The formation of global crime governance, Anja P. Jakobi
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 268-301) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • 1. Global Crime Governance in World Society -- Crime Policies and Crime Governance -- Perspectives on Global Crime and its Governance -- Existing Explanations for Global Crime Governance -- World Society Theory and Sociological Institutionalism -- The Plan of the Book -- pt. I Governance in World Society -- 2. Power, Change, and Institutions in World Society -- Building a World Society -- Actors of World Society -- Bringing Change to World Society -- Networks as Tools for Institutional Change -- Rationalization in World Society -- Variance in World Society -- Different Logics in World Culture -- World Culture and Institutional Entrepreneurship -- pt. II Establishing Global Crime Governance -- 3. The Historical Development of Global Anti-Crime Procedures -- The Significance of Crime -- The Background of International Activities -- Historical Roots of Cooperation -- Cooperation since World War II -- Professionalization and Global Anti-Crime Efforts --
  • An Expanding International Infrastructure -- 4. The Emergence and Diffusion of Global Anti-Crime Regulations -- Maritime Piracy -- Slavery and Prostitution -- Politically Motivated Crime -- Narcotic Drugs -- Transnational Organized Crime -- Cybercrime -- Enlarging Substantive Commitments -- 5. Global Activities against Money Laundering -- The Background of Anti-Money Laundering Policies -- Anti-Money Laundering in the United States -- The FATF: Establishing a Global Standard -- The Global Outreach: Expanding the FATF Network -- Cross-Regional Outreach: Formal and Informal Linkages -- Status Quo: Stabilization of Anti-Money Laundering Policies -- Global Policy Change in Anti-Money Laundering -- 6. Global Anti-Corruption Norms -- The Background of Fighting Corruption -- The United States and the International Fight against Corruption -- The OECD and Bribery -- Anti-Corruption in the Organization of American States -- World Bank Activities against Corruption --
  • The Council of Europe's Fight against Corruption -- Anti-Corruption in the European Union -- The United Nations against Corruption -- The Global Spread of Anti-Corruption Efforts -- International Standard-Setting against Corruption -- 7. Global Efforts against the Trafficking of Humans -- The Background of Human Trafficking -- Conflicts in Fighting Human Trafficking -- The UN Anti-Trafficking Protocol -- Anti-Trafficking in the United States -- The International Monitoring Process -- Consequences of American Anti-Trafficking Efforts -- Other International Efforts against Human Trafficking -- Fragmented International Anti-Trafficking Measures -- pt. III Comparative Perspectives on Global Crime Governance -- 8. The Adoption of Crime Policies: Patterns and Strategies -- Adopting Crime Policies on the International Level -- Comparing Patterns of Diffusion -- Revisiting Coercion in Policy Diffusion -- Different Ways to Create Global Crime Governance --
  • 9. Non-State Actors in Global Crime Governance -- The Complexity of Global Crime Governance -- Non-State Contributions to Crime Governance -- Non-State Actors in the Global Policy Process -- Support and Ambivalence in Transnational Regulation -- Conclusions -- 10. Global Crime Governance: Conclusions, Implications and Outlook -- Summarizing Global Crime Governance -- Rationalization in International Politics -- The Distinctiveness of Theorizing World Society -- Alternative Perspectives on Global Crime Governance
Control code
FIEb17550658
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xix, 309 pages
Isbn
9780199674602
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)857308013

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