The political economy of crime in global age

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Taylor identifies a number of significant changes in the political economy that he believes have increased criminal behaviour. These include:


The development of a global economy: the economies of different countries have been interdependent for a long time. Taylor argues that they have become more interdependent in the last three decades as a result of the growth of transnational corporations (TCNs) and, until 2008, the deregulation of financial markets. TNCs operate the in different countries and increasingly move their businesses from country to country in search of profits. At the same


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