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MAIN SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS:
Critical criminology; biology and crime; politico-economic crime; organized crime (mainly, prostitution and trafficking).
BA, Panteion University
MA, New School for Social Research, Graduate Faculty
PhD, Panteion University
Critical Criminology; Economic Crime; Organized Crime; Biology, Class and Crime
Post-Graduate – Organized Crime and Economic Criminality
1991-1993 – on sexual values of Greeks
1993-2002 – on prostitution and trafficking in Greece
1997, 2007 – ‘lower’ class lawbreakers – social values and evaluations on crime and crime control
CONFERENCES AND OTHER SCIENTIFIC ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES (selected):
2001-2003 – Scientific advisor, Group for the Confrontation of Human Trafficking, Police Headquarters, Ministry for Public Order, formation of 3064/2002 law against trafficking, reorganization of police forces.
2002-2003 – Scientific advisor, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, trafficking as an international issue.
SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS (selected):
Prostitution and Trafficking in Greece, vol. 1 – The Prostitute, vol. 2 – The Client, Athens: Kastaniotis, 2001
Corruption and Counter-Corruption, Athens: Nomiki Vivliothiki, 2005
Critical Criminology, Athens; Nomiki Vivliothiki, 2007
Criminology from Below, with A. Maganas and D. Svourdakou, Athens: Nomiki Vivliothiki, 2008
Classist Theories of the Working Classes in the 19th Century, Athens: Nomiki Vivliothiki, 2011
Recent two articles:
‘The “underclass” – on the issue of selective devaluation and repression of the lower classes’, Anomie, Marginalization and Social Control, vol. 1, 2009
‘On the criminalization of political fraud and political manipulation’, Eglimatologia, February, 2012