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Series Editor Introduction
1. Chapter 1: Theoretical Background, Research Methods And Information Sources 1.1. Theoretical Background 1.2. Research Methods And Informational Sources
2. Chapter 2: Vietnamese Migration To The Czech Republic And The Appearance Of Vietnamese Criminal Networks 2.1. Introduction 2.2. Vietnamese Migration To The Cr In Communist Time 2.3. Push And Pull Factors Of Vietnamese Migration To The Cr After The Democratic Changes In 1989 2.3.1. Vietnam: Doi Moi And The New Waves Of Economic Migration Abroad 2.3.2. The Situation In The Czech Republic 2.4. Migration Regimes And Migration Patterns After 1989 2.4.1. The Legal Migration 2.4.2. The Semi-Legal Transfers 2.4.3. The Llegal Migration
3. Chapter 3: The World Of The Vietnamese Diaspora In The Czech Republic3.1. Introduction3.2. The Legal Component Of The Diaspora 3.2.1. Vietnamese Migrants 3.3. The Illegal Component Of The Diaspora 3.3.1. A Vietnamese Criminal Boss And His Assistants 3.3.2. Gangs, The Small Groups Of Vietnamese Organized Crime 3.3.3. Middle Size Formations Of Vietnamese Organized Crime 3.3.4 Large Groups Of Vietnamese Organised Crime
4. Chapter 4: Vietnamese Criminal Activities In The Czech Republic 4.1. Introduction 4.2. Economic Crime 4.2.1. Customs And Tax Evasion 4.2.2. Illegal Transfers Of Money Or Money Laundering? 4.2.3. Production Of Fake Trademark Commodities And Other Violations Of Intellectual Property4.3. Violent Crime 4.4. Usury 4.5. Stealing Of Goods 4.6. Trade In People, Prostitution 4.7. Counterfeiting Activities (Payment Cards, Legal Documents And Passports) 4.8. Trafficking In Weapons 4.9. Production And Trafficking In Drugs 4.10. Wildlife Trade
5. Chapter 5: Conclusions
Miroslav Nožina is Senior Researcher at the Institute of
International Relations, Prague, Czech Republic. He is specialized
in social anthropology/cultural criminology and Southeast Asian
Studies. His recent research focuses on Vietnamese organized crime,
geopolitics of drugs and wildlife crime.
Filip Kraus is Senior Researcher and Senior Lecturer at the Department of Asian Studies, Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech Republic. He is a former policeman who was responsible for combating Vietnamese organized crime at the National Centre Against Organised Crime of the Criminal Police and Investigation Service, Police of the Czech Republic. He has published number of books, articles and lectures on these issues.
“The book is well written. … Overall, this book combines rich new data with a unique investigation by the CR’s criminologists and offers a beneficial review of the existing literature in terms of Vietnamese diasporic communities in general and VOC in particular. It makes a significant addition to the criminological approach in the Global South and is also a helpful resource for understanding VOC in Central Europe.” (Hai Thanh Luong, Trends in Organized Crime, Vol. 24, 2021)