Asked 26th Jul, 2018
Rodrigo, Criminal Organizations, or criminals?
Are you looking at successful criminal innovations adopted/adapted by criminal organizations, or criminal organization innovation? Or is that a distinction without difference for this research?
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Typescript. Thesis (S.J.D.)--George Washington University, 1962. Includes bibliographical references (p. leaves 155-161).
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