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This book examines changing concepts in security and the expansion of the role of the Security Council of the UN. Expert contributors reveal methods to identify criminals and efforts to combat illegal activity. They also investigate alternative approaches to preventing another worldwide financial disaster.

Produktbeschreibung
This book examines changing concepts in security and the expansion of the role of the Security Council of the UN. Expert contributors reveal methods to identify criminals and efforts to combat illegal activity. They also investigate alternative approaches to preventing another worldwide financial disaster.
Autorenporträt
Maximilian Edelbacher has served as the chief of the Major Crime Bureau and as an international expert for the Council of Europe, OSCE, and UNO. He also chaired the Austrian Antifraud Insurance Bureau and has lectured at several universities, including the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Danube University in Krems, and the Vienna University Department of Sociology. Edelbacher was appointed a special investigator of the AVUS Group on White Collar Crime Cases, a board member of the Austrian Criminal Investigators Association, and a member of the Academic Senior Advisory Council to the United Nations (ACUNS). He is the author of a number of books and journal articles. Peter C. Kratcoski was the chair of the Department of Criminal Justice Studies at Kent State University until his retirement in 1998. Dr. Kratcoski has also held positions as an instructor of sociology at the University of Akron, temporary instructor at the College of Wooster and at John Carroll University, and guest lecturer at Eastern Illinois University. He is currently a professor emeritus at Kent State University and director of the Justice Volunteer Center at the University. His interests are juvenile justice, corrections, crime prevention, and international crime prevention. He is currently the official recorder of the International Police Executive Symposium and is a member of the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology and the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. He has written many books, book chapters, and journal articles. Michael Theil is a member of the Board of Governors of the Association of University Professors, a member of the Senate and Works Council of the University Professors, and a cooperation delegate for partnerships with different universities. Currently he is an associate professor at the Institute of Risk Management and Insurance at the Vienna University. He has published numero