Political corruption and organised crime in the WB6

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This panel will elaborate on the links between political corruption and organised crime in the WB6. It will begin with a conceptual analysis of a newly theoretical approach such as "organised corruption" and then it will move on by presenting different case studies providing different angles of this concept. Organised corruption includes the nexus between grand corruption and organised crime.Therefore based on several reports prepared by the members of the panel, key findings will be presented on political finance and organised crime and corruption on public investments from the WB6. The key argument of the panel is that theoretical concepts are vivid and need to contextualise, therefore there is a constant need to revisit and redefine them.

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Bojan Dobovsek

Full Professor of Criminology at the Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security, University of Maribor, Slovenia Was a Member of the Commission for the Prevention of Corruption in the Republic of Slovenia, Representative of judicial branch, Head of the Sector for the Prevention. Was a Member of Parliament and a leader of Deputy Group of Unaffiliated Deputies, in Slovenian Parliament.

Raluca-Ioana Mocanu

Lecturer Ph.D. at University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law

Suncana Roksandic

Associate Prof. Dr.Dr.h.c., Head of the Croatian Unit for the International Network of the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and a member of UNODC Anti-Corruption Academic Initiative.

Fabian Zhilla

Senior Fellow

Ugljesa (Ugi) Zvekic

Ambassador, Senior Advisor, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime


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