Robert J. Bunker (ed.) – Narcos over the border. Gangs, cartels and mercenaries. – Abingdon, OX. Routledge, 2011.
Foreword: a view from the Borderlands - Alberto M. Melis.
- Strategic threat: narcos and narcotics overview - Robert J. Bunker.
Part 1: Organization and Technology Use
- Cartel evolution revisited: third phase cartel potentials and alternative futures in Mexico - Robert J. Bunker and John P Sullivan.
- Los Zetas: operational assessment - Lisa J. Campbell.
- Sureños gangs and Mexican cartel use of social networking sites - Sarah Womer and Robert J. Bunker.
Part 2: Silver or Lead?
- Corruption of politicians, law enforcement, and the judiciary in Mexico and complicity across the border - Luz E. Nagle.
- Firefights, raids, and assassinations: tactical forms of cartel violence and their underpinnings - Graham H. Turbiville, Jr.
- Torture, beheadings, and narcocultos - Pamela L. Bunker, Lisa J. Campbell and Robert J. Bunker.
Part 3: Response Strategies
- Counter-supply and counter-violence approaches to narcotics trafficking - John P Sullivan.
- Counter-demand approaches to narcotics trafficking - Robert J. Bunker and Matt Begert.
- Afterword: criminal violence in Mexico -a dissenting analysis - Paul Rexton Kan and Phil Williams.
Federico Varese (ed.) – Organized crime. Critical concepts in criminology (Vol. 1: Definitions and Theories). New York. Routledge, 2010.
- General introduction: what is organized crime?
Part 1. Definitions
- Rinconete and Cortadillo - Miguel de Cervantes.
- On defining "organized crime": the development of a definition and a typology - Michael D. Maltz.
- The organized crime continuum: a further specification of a new conceptual model - Frank E. Hagan.
- The paradoxes of organized crime - Letizia Paoli.
Part 2. Theories
- Crime as an American way of life - Daniel Bell.
- Individual choice, material culture, and organized crime - Peter A. Lupsha.
- Paragons, pariahs, and pirates: a spectrum-based theory of enterprise - Dwight C. Smith, Jr.
- Illegal enterprise: a theoretical and historical interpretation - Mark H. Haller.
- The firm: organizational logic and criminal culture on a shifting terrain - Richard Hobbs.
- Economics and criminal enterprise - Thomas C. Schelling.
- What is the business of organized crime? - Thomas C. Schelling.
- A defense of organized crime? - James M. Buchanan.
- The economic theory of the criminal firm - Paul H. Rubin.
- Economic consequences of organized violence - Frederic C. Lane.
- Why state-of-nature theory? - Robert Nozick.
- The state of nature - Robert Nozick.
- War making and state making as organized crime - Charles Tilly.
- Fragments of an economic theory of the mafia - Diego Gambetta.
- The political economy of organized crime: providing protection when the state does not - Sterglos Skaperdas.
Part 3. The study of organized crime
- Methodological problems in the study of organized crime as a social problem - Donald R. Cressey.
- The application of network analysis to criminal intelligence: an assessment of the prospects - Malcolm K. Sparrow.
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