International Conference: Corruption and Organized Crime: Bridging Criminal and Economic Policies

On 23-24 June 2006 the Center for the Study of Democracy organized an international conference on the complementarity between law enforcement and economic policies against corruption and organized crime. The conference aims at reviewing the range of effective policy instruments and proposing integrated solutions to governments, international institutions and civil society. The discussion focused on the methods to make the criminal policy and criminal justice institutions effective and the use of socio-economic policies against organized crime. The conference was attended by academics and practitioners, public and private sector experts, policy makers and researchers to advance the international and regional policy agenda against organized crime and corruption.

Summary of Discussion
Agenda with presentations of the participants
EU Prospects and Security in South Eastern Europe: Hidden Economy, Transborder Crime and Development, 28-29 October 2005

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