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Call # K5223 .D57 2014
Title Dirty assets : emerging issues in the regulation of criminal and terrorist assets / edited by Colin King, University of Manchester, UK, Clive Walker, University of Leeds, UK
Imprint Farnham, Surrey, UK : Ashgate Publishing Limited, [2014]
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Descript. xvi, 355 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Series Law, justice and power
Law, justice, and power
Note Includes bibliographical references (pages [337]-347) and index
Subject Terrorism -- Finance -- Law and legislation -- Criminal provisions
Organized crime -- Finance -- Law and legislation -- Criminal provisions
Terrorism -- Finance -- Law and legislation -- European Union countries -- Criminal provisions
Terrorism -- Prevention -- Law and legislation
Alt Author King, Colin (Colin Patrick), 1981-
Walker, Clive (Professor),
OCLC # 852763594
Table of Contents
 List of Figuresvii
 List of Tablesix
 Notes on Contributorsxi
pt. IINTRODUCTORY MATTERS 
1.Emerging Issues in the Regulation of Criminal and Terrorist Assets / Clive Walker3
pt. IICRIMINAL AND CIVIL RESPONSES TO ILLICIT ASSETS 
2.Confiscation of the Proceeds of Crime: The European Union Framework / Matthias J. Borgers27
3.Post-Conviction Confiscation of Assets in England and Wales: Rhetoric and Reality / Stuart Lister47
4.Anti-Mafia Forfeiture in the Italian System / Daniele Piva71
5.Civil Forfeiture of Criminal Assets in Bulgaria / Rositsa Dzhekova91
6.Criminal Asset Recovery in Australia / Russell G. Smith115
7.̀Hitting Back' at Organized Crime: The Adoption of Civil Forfeiture in Ireland / Colin King141
8.Civil Processes and Tainted Assets: Exploring Canadian Models of Forfeiture / Michelle Gallant165
9.Asset Recovery: Substantive or Symbolic? / Jackie Harvey183
10.Corruption, the United Nations Convention against Corruption (ÙNCAC') and Asset Recovery / Robert Jago203
pt. IIIRESPONSES TO THE FINANCING OF TERRORIST ACTIVITY 
11.Terrorism Financing and the Policing of Charities: Who Pays the Price? / Clive Walker229
12.US Efforts to Stem the Flow of Funds to Terrorist Organizations: Export Controls, Financial Sanctions and Material Support / Laura K. Donohue261
13.Dismantling Terrorist Economics: The Spanish Experience / Mikel Buesa291
14.EU Counter-Terrorist Sanctions: The Questionable Success Story of Criminal Law in Disguise / Christina Eckes317
 Select Bibliography337
 Index349