Understanding the modernisation of a mafia: The case of the Neapolitan Camorra

A talk by Felia Allum, Luciano Brancaccio, Carolina Castellano, Ernesto De Nito, Federico Esposito and Daniela Irrera
Polis, University of Bath, università degli studi di Napoli Federico II, University of Salerno, University of Naples Federico II and University of Catania

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About this talk

Based on the latest research on the Neapolitan Camorra, this panel analyses different aspect of the evolution and modernisation of a mafia. It proposes innovative and different lens which provide new theoretical and empirical considerations. It is hoped that this panel will contributed to an in-depth discussion about mafia type organisations in their local contexts.

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Felia Allum

Professor of comparative organised crime and corruption, University of Bath, UK

Carolina Castellano

Professor of Contemporary History, University of Naples Federico II, Dept. of Social Sciences

Daniela Irrera

Associate Professor of International Relations, University of Catania


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