Fake goods, real money

The counterfeiting business and its financial management

By Georgios A. Antonopoulos, Alexandra Hall, Joanna Large, Anqi Shen, Michael Crang and Michael Andrews

Fake goods, real money
  • Published:

    11 Apr 2018
  • Page count:

    88 pages
  • ISBN:

    978-1447346968
  • Product Dimensions:

    129 x 198 mm
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  • Published:

    11 Apr 2018
  • Page count:

    88 pages
  • ISBN:

    978-1447347002
  • Product Dimensions:

    129 x 198 mm
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  • Published:

    11 Apr 2018
  • Page count:

    88 pages
  • ISBN:

    978-1447346999
  • Product Dimensions:

    129 x 198 mm
  • £6.99 £5.59You save £1.40 (20%)
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The trade in counterfeit goods is growing and is increasingly linked to transnational organised crime. But little is known about the financial mechanisms that lie behind this trade.

This is the first account of the financial management of the counterfeiting business. Written by experts in a wide range of fields, it examines the financial and business structures in relation to the illicit trade in counterfeit products.

Based on interviews with active criminal entrepreneurs in the UK and abroad and other data, the authors explore ‘organised crime’ and mutating criminal markets, digital technologies and their criminological and sociological implications, and cultural values and practices. This book will make a significant contribution to our understanding of these timely issues.
Introduction
Methodology and fieldwork
The nature and dynamics of the counterfeiting business
Financial aspects of the counterfeit goods market
Conclusion and future directions

"This book brings a commendable wealth of well researched insights and nuances into the finances of a range of fake goods markets." Michael Levi, Cardiff University

About the book

The trade in counterfeit goods is growing and is increasingly linked to transnational organised crime. But little is known about the financial mechanisms that lie behind this trade.

This is the first account of the financial management of the counterfeiting business. Written by experts in a wide range of fields, it examines the financial and business structures in relation to the illicit trade in counterfeit products.

Based on interviews with active criminal entrepreneurs in the UK and abroad and other data, the authors explore ‘organised crime’ and mutating criminal markets, digital technologies and their criminological and sociological implications, and cultural values and practices. This book will make a significant contribution to our understanding of these timely issues.

Content

Introduction
Methodology and fieldwork
The nature and dynamics of the counterfeiting business
Financial aspects of the counterfeit goods market
Conclusion and future directions
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