Deviant Globalization: Black Market Economy in the 21st Century available in Paperback
This collection of essays introduces the thriving illicit industries and activities within the global economy whose growth challenges traditional notions of wealth, power, and progress.
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About the Author
Jesse Goldhammer is a partner at the Monitor Group and Monitor 360, which helps governments and private sector organizations to undertake strategic, analytic, organizational and institutional transformation. He is the author of The Headless Republic: Sacrificial Violence in Modern French Thought (Cornell University Press, 2005). Nils Gilman is Senior Practitioner at Monitor 360 and author of Mandarins of the Future: Modernization Theory in Cold War America (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003). Steven Weber is Professor, Political Science and School of Information at UC Berkeley, and advisor to Monitor 360.
Table of ContentsIntroduction / Section I. People / 1. Snakeheads and Smuggling: The Dynamics of Illegal Chinese Immigratio (Patrick Radden Keefe) / 2. The Sex Trade (Sean Flynn) / 3. Global Sex Trafficking /(Joni Seager) / 4. The black market in human organs (Frederike Ambagtsheer) / 5. The Dark Side of Dubai (Johann Hari) /Section II. Drugs/ 6. Smuggling Made Easy: Landlocked Paraguay Emerges as a Top Producer of Contraband Tobacco (Marina Walker Guevara, Mabel Rehnfeldt, Marcelo Soares)/ 7. West Africa's International Drug Trade (Stephen Ellis) / 8. The Inland Empire (Nick Reding) / Section III. Resources / 9. The illicit abalone trade in South Africa (Jonny Steinberg) / 10. Toxic Exports: Despite Global Treaty, Hazardous Waste Trade Continues (Jennifer Clapp) / 11. The Stolen Forests: Inside the Covert War on Illegal Logging (Raffi Khatchadourian) / 12. Blood Oil (Sebastian Junger) ./Section IV New Organizations/ 13. Inside the Global Hacker Service Economy (Scott Berinato) / 14. Illicit Money: Can It Be Stopped? (Raymond Baker & Eva Joly) / 15. Weapons for Warlords: Arms Trafficking in the Gulf of Aden (Andrew Black) / 16. Future Conflict: Criminal Insurgencies, Gangs and Intelligence (John P. Sullivan) / 17. Excerpts from Brave new war: the next stage of terrorism and the end of globalization (John Robb)/Conclusion/ Bibliography