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Abt, Thomas P. (2017) ‘Towards a framework for preventing community violence among youth‘, Psychology, Health & Medicine, 22:1, 266-285.

Abt, T., Blattman, C., Magaloni, B. & Tobon, S. (2018) What works to prevent violence among youth? A white paper on youth violence, crime prevention and the Mexican context, USAID Report, AID-523- C-15-00002.

Albarracín Dierolf, J. (2018) “Criminalized Electoral Politics in Brazilian Urban Peripheries.Crime, Law, and Social Change, 69(4): 553–575.

Albarracín Dierolf, J. and Sarah Zukerman Daly (Forthcoming) “Determinants of State Strength and Capacity: Understanding Citizen Allegiance”, in J. Meernik & J. DeMeritt (eds.), Challenges for Peace and Transitional Justice in Colombia, New York: Cambridge University Press.

Albrecht, Peter and Maya Mynster Christensen et al. (2017) ‘From Aarhus to Manila: Policing Practices in a Global Perspective’, DIIS Police Brief December 2017.

Aldama, A., Vásquez-Cortés, M., & Young, L. E. (2019). “Fear and citizen coordination against dictatorship.Journal of Theoretical Politics, 31(1), 103–125.

Arredondo, Jaime, Zulia Orozco, Octavio Rodríguez, and David Shirk (2018) ‘Resurgimiento del crimen violento en Tijuana‘. Justice in Mexico Policy Brief, University of San Diego.

Arias, Desmond and Nicholas Barnes (2016) “Crime and plural orders in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.” Current Sociology 65(3): 448–465.

Barnes, Nicholas (2017) “Criminal Politics: An Integrated Approach to the Study of Organized Crime, Politics, and Violence.” Perspectives on Politics 15(4): 967–987.

Beecheno, K., (2018) “Life cycles of spirituality: Religious conversion and violence in São Paulo”, in N. Bartolini, S. Mackian & S. Pile (eds.), Spaces of Spirituality, London:Routledge.

Blattman, C., Green, D., Ortega, D. & Tobón, S. (2018) Place-based interventions at scale: The direct and spillover effects of policing and city services on crime, NBER Working paper, No 23941.

Buonanno, P., L. Fergusson and Juan Vargas (2017) “The Crime Kuznets Curve”, Journal of Quantitative Criminology, Vol. 33(4): 753-782.

Campbell D, Monk D, Graham S. ‘Introduction to urbicide: The killing of cities?’. Theory and Event. 2007, 10(2).

Canavire-Bacarreza, Gustavo & Duque, Juan Carlos & Urrego, Joaquin A., 2016. “Moving Citizens and Deterring Criminals: Innovation in Public Transport Facilities,” Research Department working papers 978, CAF Development Bank Of Latinamerica.

Cantú, F., & García-Ponce, O. (2015). ‘Partisan losers’ effects: Perceptions of electoral integrity in Mexico.’ Electoral Studies, 39, 1-14.

Carr, Jillian B. and Jennifer L. Doleac. ‘Keep the Kids Inside? Juvenile Curfews and Urban Gun Violence.‘ 2018. Review of Economics and Statistics. Vol 100, Issue 4.

Carr, Jillian B. and Jennifer L. Doleac. ‘The geography, incidence, and underreporting of gun violence: new evidence using ShotSpotter data‘. 2016. Brookings Research Paper.

Chandra, K., & García-Ponce, O. (2019). ‘Why Ethnic Subaltern-Led Parties Crowd Out Armed Organizations: Explaining Maoist Violence in India.’ World Politics, 71(2), 367-416.

Cheng, Christine (2012) “Private and Public Interests – Informal Actors, Informal Influence, and Economic Order after War” in M. Berdal and D. Zaum, The Political Economy of Post-Conflict Statebuilding, Routledge.

Cheng, Christine, and Dominik Zaum (2011) “Selling the Peace? Corruption and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding” in C. Cheng and D. Zaum, Corruption and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding- Selling the Peace?, Routledge. 1-25.

Cockayne, James (2017) “Can organised crime shape post-war transitions? Evidence from Sicily“, Third World Thematics, pp. 9-27.

Cockayne, James, Louise Bosetti and Nazia Hussein, “Preventing Violent Urban Conflict: A Thematic Paper for the United Nations – World Bank Study on Conflict Prevention” (UNU: August 2017)

Cockayne, James and Amanda Roth (2016) Crooked States: How organized crime and corruption will impact governance in 2050 and what states can – and should – do about it now (United Nations University: 2016)

Cockayne, James (2014) “The futility of force? Strategic lessons for dealing with unconventional armed groups from the UN’s war on Haiti’s gangs”, Journal of Strategic Studies, vol. 37, no. 5, pp. 736-769.

Collazos, D., García, E., Mejía, D., Ortega, D. & Tobón, S. (2017) Hot Spots Policing in a High Crime Environment: An Experimental Evaluation in Medellín.

Di Nunzio, Marco. 2019. ‘Not my job: Architecture, Responsibility and Inequalities in an African metropolis’. Anthropological Quarterly. 92 (2)

Di Nunzio, Marco. 2017. ‘Marginality as a Politics of Limited Entitlements. Street life and the Dilemma of Inclusion in Urban Ethiopia,’ American Ethnologist, 44 (1): 91 – 103

Di Nunzio, Marco. 2014. ‘Do Not Cross the Red line: the 2010 General Election, Dissent and Political Mobilization in Urban Ethiopia’, African Affairs 113 (452): 409 – 430

Di Nunzio, Marco. 2014. ‘Thugs, Spies and Vigilantes: Community policing and street politics in inner city Addis Ababa’, Africa 84 (3): 444 – 465

Di Nunzio, Marco. 2012. ‘“We are good at surviving”. Street hustling in Addis Ababa’s inner city’, Urban Forum 23(4): 433 – 447

Doleac, Jennifer L. and Benjamin Hansen. ‘The Unintended Consequences of “Ban the Box”: Statistical Discrimination and Employment Outcomes When Criminal Histories are Hidden.‘ 2018.

Doleac, Jennifer L. ‘The Effects of DNA Databases on Crime.’ 2017. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 9(1), 165-201

Doleac, Jennifer L. and Nicholas J. Sanders. ‘Under the Cover of Darkness: How Ambient Light Influences Criminal Behavior‘. 2015. Review of Economics and Statistics, 97(5), 1093-1103.

Doyle C, 2018, ‘‘Orthodox’ and ‘alternative’ explanations for the reduction of urban violence in Medellín, Colombia‘, Urban Research and Practice, pp. 1 – 19.

Doyle C, 2018, ‘Social urbanism: public policy and place brand‘, Journal of Place Management and Development.

Doyle C and McCarthy-Jones A, 2017, ‘Researching in volatile environments and the importance of adaptive methods for junior researchers’, Qualitative Research Journal, vol. 17, pp. 335 – 344.

Doyle C, 2016, ‘Explaining Patterns of Urban Violence in Medellin, Colombia’, Laws, vol. 5, pp. 3 – 3.

Dube, A., Dube, O., & García-Ponce, O. (2013). ‘Cross-border spillover: US gun laws and violence in Mexico.American Political Science Review, 107(3), 397-417.

Dube, O., García‐Ponce, O. and Thom, K. (2016), ‘FROM MAIZE TO HAZE: AGRICULTURAL SHOCKS AND THE GROWTH OF THE MEXICAN DRUG SECTOR.’ Journal of the European Economic Association, 14: 1181-1224.

Ellison, G. & C. O’Reilly (2008) ‘From Empire to Iraq and the War on Terror’: The Transplantation and Commodification of the (Northern) Irish Policing Experience’, Police Quarterly, 11/4: 395-426

Ellison, G. & C. O’Reilly (2008) ‘‘Ulster’s Policing Goes Global’: The Police Reform Process in Northern Ireland and the Creation of a Global Brand’, Crime, Law and Social Change, 50/4-5: 331-351

Graham S. ‘Elite avenues: Flyovers, freeways and the politics of urban mobility.’ City: Analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action, 2018, 22(4), 527-550.

Graham S, and Baker A. ‘Laboratories of pacification and permanent war: Israeli–US collaboration in the global making of policing.’ In: Sönke J; Markus-Michael M, ed. The Global Making of Policing: Postcolonial Perspectives. London: Routledge, 2016, pp.40-58.

Graham S. ‘When life itself is war: The urbanization of military and security doctrine.’ In: Simpson, D; Jensen, V; Rubing A, ed. The City Between Freedom and Security: Contested Public Spaces in the 21st Century. Birkhäuser Verlag, 2016.

Graham S. ‘Disruption by design: Urban infrastructure and political violence.’ In: Neema, F; Kudva, N, ed. Cities of the Global South Reader. London, UK: Routledge, 2014, pp.208-216.

Graham S. ‘Cities as Battlespace: The new military urbanism‘. City 2009, 13(4), 383-402.

Graham S. ‘The urban ‘battlespace’. Theory, Culture and Society 2009, 26(7-8), 278-288.

Graham S. ‘Robowar dreams: US military technophilia and global south urbanization.’ City 2008, 12(1), 25-49.

Gómez, S., Mejía, D. & Tobón, S. (2017) ‘The Deterrent Effects of Surveillance Cameras on Crime’, Documentos CEDE Universidad de los Andes, No 2017-9.

Gutiérrez, I. & Tobón, S. (2018) El Gasto Fiscal de la Guerra contra los Portadores y Traficantes de Drogas Ilícitas: Una Aproximación para Colombia, Documentos CEDE Universidad de los Andes, No 2017-8.

Harig, C. (2015) ‘Synergy effects between MINUSTAH and public security in Brazil‘, in: Brasiliana – Journal for Brazilian Studies 3/2, 2015, 142-168.

Harig, C. (2017) “Sicherheitsproduktion in Brasilien zwischen Reformen der militarisierten Polizei und parapolizeilichem Einsatz des Militärs” [Producing security in Brazil: Reforms of the militarised police and deployments of the military as para-police], in: Frevel, Bernhard/Wendekamm, Michaela (ed.): Sicherheitsproduktion zwischen Staat, Markt und Zivilgesellschaft, Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2017, 269-291.

Hoelscher, K., and Enzo Nussio (2016). Understanding Unlikely Successes in Urban Violence Reduction, Urban Studies, 53 (11): 2397-2416.

Holland, B. and Viridiana Rios (2017) “Informally Governing Information: How Criminal Rivalry Leads to Violence Against the Press in Mexico”, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol 61(5), 1095-1119.

Hourigan, N., Morrison, J. F., Windle, J., & Silke, A. (2018). ‘Crime in Ireland north and south: Feuding gangs and profiteering paramilitaries‘. Trends in Organized Crime, 21(2), 126-146.

Hutchinson, Jade. 2017. “Violent Extremism and Far-Right Radicalism in Australia: A Psychological Perspective.” Counter Terrorism Trends and Analyses. (S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies) 9 (11): 16-19.

Kaplan, O., and Enzo Nussio (2018). Explaining Recidivism of Ex-Combatants in Colombia. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 62(1): 64-93.

Kaplan, O., and Enzo Nussio (2018). Community Counts: The Social Reintegration of Ex-Combatants in Colombia. Conflict Management and Peace Science, 35(2): 132-153.

Krause, Jana (2017) Non-Violence and Civilian Agency in Communal War: Evidence from Jos, Nigeria. African Affairs,116 (463): 261-283.

Kwiringira, J. N. & Mugisha Mutabazi, M. & Mugumya, F. & Kaweesi, E. & Munube, D. & Rujumba, J. (2018). Experiences of Gender Based Violence among Refugee Populations in Uganda: Evidence from Four Refugee Camps. Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review 34(1), 291-311.

Lamb, Guy. “Murder and the SAPS’ Policing of Illegal Firearms in South Africa”, Acta Criminologica, Vol. 31, No. 1, 2018.

Lamb, Guy. “Police Militarization and the ‘War on Crime’ in South Africa”, Journal of Southern African Studies Vol. 44, No. 5, October 2018.

Lamb, Guy. “Massacres and the Reform of the Police: South Africa Past and Present”, South African Crime Quarterly, 63, March 2018.

Lamb, Guy. “Fighting Fire with an Inferno: The South African Police Service and the ‘War’ on Violent Crime”. SUR- International Journal on Human Rights, 22, 2015.

Lamb, Guy. Why is Crime in South Africa so Violent? Updated Rapid Evidence Assessment on Violent Crime in South Africa, (Pretoria: PSPPD and National Treasury), 2016 (with Giselle Warton).

Lomelí-Carrillo, Uriel and Elmyra-Ybáñez. 2017. “Los flujos de migración interna a través del análisis de redes: Comparación entre dos regiones fronterizas de México, 1995 y 2015.” Frontera Norte. 29(58): 95-120

Lorenzen Matthew and Zulia Orozco (2017) Ayotzinapa: nuestro retrato frente al espejo at Acta Sociológica, Mexico, UNAM, Num. 71, ISSN 0186-6028

Mitton, Kieran (2019) ‘Public Health and Violence’Critical Public Health, Vol. 29, Issue 2, 2019.

Mitton, Kieran (2018) ‘War by Another Name? The ‘Urban Turn’ in 21st Century Violence‘ T.note Vol. 59, Human Security Issue 7, 23 April 2018.

Mitton, Kieran (2018) ‘Guerra con un altro nome? La violenza urbana nel XXI secolo’, Human Security No. 6, March 2018. 

Mugisha M. Mutabazi. “Militia Movements in Africa: A Conceptual Examination and Reformulation” (April 17, 2012).

Mugisha M. Mutabazi. 2012. “Youth dis empowerment in urban governance in Uganda: Interface between policy and praxis”, The Ugandan Journal of Management and Public Policy Studies. pp.59-76.

Moncada, Eduardo (forthcoming) ‘The Politics of Criminal Victimization: Pursuing and Resisting Power Perspectives on Politics‘, Perspectives on Politics.

Moncada, Eduardo (2017) “Varieties of Vigilantism: Conceptual Discord, Meaning and Strategies.” Global Crime. Volume 18, No. 4 , pp. 403-23.

Moncada, Eduardo (2016) “Urban Violence, Political Economy, and Territorial Control: Insights from Medellín.” Latin American Research Review. Volume 51, No. 4 Winter, pp. 225-248.

Moncada, Eduardo (2013) “The Politics of Urban Violence: Challenges to Development in the Global South.” Studies in Comparative International Development. Volume 48, No. 3., pp. 217-39.

Moncada, Eduardo (2013) “Business and the Politics of Urban Violence in Colombia.” Studies in Comparative International Development. Volume 48, No. 3. 2013, pp. 308-30.

Moncada, Eduardo (2010) “Counting Bodies: Crime Mapping, Policing and Race in Colombia.” Ethnic and Racial Studies. Volume 33, No. 4. April 2010, pp. 696-716.

Moncada, Eduardo (2009) “Toward Democratic Policing in Colombia? Institutional Accountability through Lateral Reform.” Comparative Politics. Volume 41, No. 4. July 2009, pp. 431-49.

Muggah, Robert (2018) ‘Citizen Security Rising‘, Journal of International Development Policy, Spring Edition.

Muggah, Robert (2017) “A Humanitarian Response to Central America´s Fragile Cities”, Humanitarian Practice Networks, HPG, Special Series, June 2017.

Muggah, Robert (2017) “Rio de Janeiro: War By Any Other Name”, Small Wars Journal, April 2017.

Muggah, Robert (2015) “A Manifesto for the Fragile City”, Journal of International Affairs.

Muñoz-Mora, J.C., Tobón, S. & D’Anjou, J. (2018) ‘The role of land property rights in the war on illicit crops: Evidence from Colombia‘, World Development, 103, p. 268-283.

Mutabazi, Marion Mugisha, (2012) Militia Movements in Africa: A Conceptual Examination and Reformulation. Available at SSRN (link).

Nussio, E. (2019). Can Crime Foster Social Participation as Conflict Can?Social Science Quarterly.

Nussio, E. (2018). Ex-combatants and post-conflict violence: Are yesterday’s villains today’s principal threat?, Third World Thematics, 3(1): 135-152.

Nussio, E. (2017). How Ideology Channels Indeterminate Emotions into Armed Mobilization, PS: Political Science & Politics, 50 (4): 928-931.

Nussio, E., and Ervyn Norza (2018). Deterring delinquents with information. Evidence from a randomized poster campaign in Bogotá. PLoS ONE 13(7): e0200593.

O’Reilly, C. (2015) ‘The Pluralization of High Policing: Convergence and Divergence at the Public-Private Interface’, British Journal of Criminology, 55/4: 688-710

O’Reilly, C. (2014) ‘Les Sociétés Internationales de Consultance en Sécurité (SICS): Par delà les Frontières et les Différences d’Approche Entre Etats et Sociétés Privées’, Sécurité & Stratégie, 17

O’Reilly, C. (2013) ‘L’Évolution de l’Offre des Professionnels du Risque Mondialisé’, Champ Pénal, Vol. X

O’Reilly, C. (2011) ‘‘From Kidnaps to Contagious Diseases’ – Elite Rescue and the Strategic Expansion of the Transnational Security Consultancy Industry’, International Political Sociology, 5/2: 178-197

O’Reilly, C. (2010) ‘The Transnational Security Consultancy Industry: A Case of State-Corporate Symbiosis’, Theoretical Criminology, 14/2: 183-210

O’Reilly, C. & G. Ellison (2006) ‘Eye Spy Private High: Re-Conceptualising High Policing TheoryBritish Journal of Criminology, 46/4: 641-660

Orozco Zulia (2018) Violencia y Paz en la Primera Gubernatura Independiente en México: el caso de Nuevo León, pp. 481 – 521.

Orozco, Zulia (2016) ¿Qué Cuenta El Rancho Tijuana? desde su Fundación y Más Allá en Revista de Direito da Cidade de Universidade do Estado do Rio De Janeiro. Brasil, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, November, Vol. 8.

Osorio, J, Schubiger, LI, & Weintraub, M. (2018) “Disappearing dissent? Repression and state consolidation in Mexico.” Journal of Peace Research 55.2 (March 2018): 252-266.

Osorio, J (2015) ‘The Contagion of Drug Violence: Spatiotemporal Dynamics of the Mexican War on Drugs,’ Journal of Conflict Resolution, Special issue on Mexican drug violence.Vol. 59, No. 8, 1403-1432.

Osorio, J (2012) ‘Las Causas Estructurales de la Violencia en México: Evaluación de Algunas Hipótesis’, in Aguilar Rivera, José Antonio (Coord.), Las Bases Sociales del Crimen Organizado y la Violencia en México.Centro de Investigación y Estudios en Seguridad – Secretaría de Seguridad Pública, México City, 2012: 73-132.

Osorio, J (2014) ‘Numbers Under Fire. The Challenges of Quantitative Data Gathering in Highly Violent Settings‘, Drugs, Security and Democracy Program DSD Working Papers on Research Security, No. 6, Social Science Research Council.

Oteng-Ababio, M., Owusu, G., Owusu. A., & Wrigley-Asante, C. (2016). Geographies of crime and collective efficacy in urban Ghana. Territory, Politics, Governance, 5(4), 459-477.

Oteng-Ababio, M., Owusu, G., Wrigley-Asante, C., & Owusu, A. Y. (2016). Longitudinal analysis and patterns of crime in Ghana (1980-2010): A new perspective. African Geographical Review, 35(3), 193-211.

Owusu, G., Oteng-Ababio, M., Owusu, A. Y., & Wrigley-Asante, C. (2016). Can poor neighbourhoods be correlated with crime? Evidence from urban Ghana. Ghana Journal of Geography, 8 (1), 11-31.

Owusu, G., Owusu, A.Y., Oteng-Ababio, M., Wrigley-Asante, C., & Agyapong, I. (2016). An assessment of household’s perception of private security companies and crime in urban Ghana. Crime Science, 5(5), 1-11.

Palma, O. (2015). Transnational networks of insurgency and crime: explaining the spread of commercial insurgencies beyond national borders. Small Wars and Insurgencies, Vol. 26 No. 3. 

Palma, O. (2016). “Criminal interests within political insurgencies: the case for development-centred counterinsurgency”, in F. Cante and H. Kehl (eds.), Handbook of Research on Transitional Justice and Peace Building in Turbulent Regions, Pennsylvania: IGI Global.

Palma, O. (2018). “La Globalización de los nexos entre criminalidad y terrorismo y los espacios vacíos”, in V. Torrijos, J.C. Ruiz, R. Sanchez (eds.), Memos para el Presidente: Consejos para la Defensa y Seguridad de Colombia, Bogota: Editorial Ibañez.

Palma, O. (2019). “The changing meaning of ‘terrorism’ in Colombia: a matter of discourse”, in M. Boyle (ed.), Non-western Responses to Terrorism, Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Patel, S., Sliuzas, R., & Mathur, N. (2015). ‘The risk of impoverishment in urban development-induced displacement and resettlement in Ahmedabad.’ Environment and Urbanization, 27(1), 231-256.

Patel, S., & Mandhyan, R. (2014). Impoverishment assessment of slum dwellers after off-site and on-site resettlement: a case of Indore. Commonwealth Journal of Local Governance, 15 (2), 104-127.

Pawelz, Janina (2018) ‘Hobsbawm in Trinidad: understanding contemporary modalities of urban violence‘, Conflict, Security & Development 18 (5): 409-432.

Pawelz, Janina, Paul Elvers (2018) ‘The Digital Hood of Urban Violence: Exploring Functionalities of Social Media and Music Among Gangs‘, Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 34 (4): 442–459.

Pawelz, Janina (2018) ‘Fürsorge und Terror. Über Gangherrschaft in Trinidad und Tobago,’ Mittelweg 36 27 (2): 86-105

Pawelz, Janina (2018) ‘Researching Gangs: How to Reach Hard-to-Reach Populations and Negotiate Tricky Issues in the Field‘, Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung, 19 (1).

Pawelz, Janina (2015) ‘Security, Violence, and Outlawed Martial Arts Groups in Timor-Leste,’ Asian Journal of Peacebuilding, 3 (1): 121-136.

Perkins, G. (2017) ‘Lights, camera, action! Body worn cameras: Challenges and opportunities in police research.Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 12(1), pp. 120-124.

Phelan, A. (2018), “Engaging insurgency: The Impact of the 2016 Colombian Peace Agreement on FARC’s Political Participation”, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, Vol 0, Iss. Jan.

Phillips, Brian J. “How does leadership decapitation affect violence? The case of drug trafficking organizations in Mexico.” The Journal of Politics, 77.2 (2015): 324-336.

Phillips, Brian J. “Inequality and the emergence of vigilante organizations: the case of Mexican autodefensas.” Comparative Political Studies 50.10 (2017): 1358-1389.

Richmond, M. A. (2018) ‘Rio de Janeiro’s favela assemblage: Accounting for the durability of an unstable object’, Environment and Planning

Richmond, M. A. (2017) ‘The irresistible outside: Innocence, desire and transgression in a Brazilian urban utopia’, Journal of Urban Cultural Studies, 4: 1&2, pp. 177-185.

Richmond, M. A. and Garmany, J. (2016) ‘A Post-Third World City or a neoliberal City of Exception͟? Rio de Janeiro in the Olympic era‘, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 40: 3, pp. 621–639.

Riemann, Malte (2019) ‘Problematizing the medicalization of violence: a critical discourse analysis of the ‘Cure Violence’ initiative’, Critical Public Health, 29:2, 146-155

Rodgers, Dennis (2019) “Gangland Terra Nullius: Violence, territoriality, and bottom-up spaces of peacebuilding in urban Nicaragua”, in A. Wennmann and O. Jütersonke (eds.), Urban Safety and Peacebuilding: New Perspectives on Sustaining Peace in the City, London: Routledge.

Rodgers, Dennis (2019) “Urban anti-politics and the enigma of revolt: Confinement, segregation, and (the lack of) political action in contemporary Nicaragua”, Ethnos, 84(1): 56-73.

Rodgers, Dennis (2018) “Pour une « ethnographie délinquante » : Vingt ans avec les gangs au Nicaragua”, Cultures et Conflits, 110/111: 59-76.

Rodgers, Dennis (2018) “Drug booms and busts: Poverty and prosperity in a Nicaraguan narco-barrio”, Third World Quarterly, 39(2): 261-276.

Rodgers, Dennis (2017) “Bróderes in arms: Gangs and the socialization of violence in Nicaragua”, Journal of Peace Research, 54(5): 648-660.

Rodgers, Dennis (2016) “Critique of urban violence: Bismarckian transformations in contemporary Nicaragua”, Theory, Culture, and Society, 33(7-8): 85-109.

Rodgers, Dennis (2015) “The moral economy of murder: Violence, death, and social order in gangland Nicaragua”, in Javier Auyero, Philippe Bourgois & Nancy Scheper-Hughes (eds.), Violence at the Urban Margins, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Sampaio, Antonio, ‘Before and after Urban Warfare: Conflict Prevention and Transitions in Cities’, International Review of the Red Cross 98 (1), 2016, pp. 71–95.

Sampaio, Antonio, ‘The utility of Force in Cities: Future Challenges of US Army Urban Stabilization Efforts’, in Scott N. Romaniuk and Francis Grice (eds.), The Future of US Warfare (London: Routledge, 2017).

Sampó, Carolina and Ludmila Quiros (2018). ‘Las estructuras criminales en Argentina y las iniciativas de cooperación estatal para combatir su avance‘. Revista SAAP, 2018

Sampó, Carolina Petrino, J and Quiros, L (2018). ‘La Guerra Urbana en Rio de Janeiro: De las Unidades de Policía Pacificadora a la Militarización (2008-2018).’ Revista RIES.

Sampó, Carolina (2018) “Brasil: la re-significación de la violencia como resultado del avance de organizaciones criminalesRevista de Estudios en Seguridad Internacional, Universidad de Granada, España. 

Sampó, Carolina (2017) “Narcotráfico y trata de personas, una muestra de cómo el crimen organizado avanza en ArgentinaRevista de Relaciones Internacionales, Estrategia y Seguridad, Universidad Militar de Nueva Granada, Colombia.

Sampó, Carolina (2017) “El tráfico de droga en la Argentina: Estado de la cuestión, cuestión de EstadoRevista Sociales en Debate nro. 11, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Bs. As.

Sampó, Carolina (2016) “El rol de las mujeres en las maras: una aproximación a la violencia que sufren e infringen” Revista Si Somos Americanos, Instituto de Estudios Internacionales, Universidad Arturo Prat, Santiago de Chile.

Sampó, Carolina (2016) “Porque no todo es terrorismo. Notas sobre la actividad del crimen organizado en EspañaRevista Relaciones Internacionales, Nro. 51. Julio-Diciembre 2016, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, La Plata.

Sampó, Carolina y Troncoso, Valeska (2015) “La violencia vinculada a la criminalidad en Brasil y el papel de las Fuerzas Armadas en la búsqueda de la Seguridad Pública” Revista de Relaciones Internacionales, Estrategia y Seguridad, Vol.10, nro. 1, Universidad Militar de Nueva Granada, Colombia.

Shapland, J., C. O’Reilly et al (2015) ‘Criminology, Security and Justice: Methodological and Epistemological Issues’, GERN Research Paper Series (Antwerp: Maklu Publishers)

Shaw, Mark and K. Thomas (2017) ‘The commercialisation of assassination in South Africa, 2000-2015’, African Affairs, Volume 116, Issue 465.

Shaw, Mark and L.L .Skywalker (2016) ‘The Hammermen: Life and death as a gang hitman in Cape Town’, Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, Vol 54, Issue 4.

Shaw, Mark (2016) ‘A tale of two cities: mafia control, the night time entertainment economy and drug retail markets in Johannesburg and Cape Town, 1985-2015’, Police Practice and Research, 17 (4).

Shaw, Mark (2016) ‘“WE PAY, YOU PAY”: Protection economies, financial flows and violence’, in Beyond Convergence (Washington DC: National Defense University).

Shaw, Mark and T. Reitano (2013) ‘The Evolution of Organised Crime in Africa: Towards a new response,‘ Institute for Security Studies, April 2013

Skarbek, David (2016) “Covenants without the Sword? Comparing Prison Self-Governance Globally.” American Political Science Review, 110(4), 845-862.

Skarbek, David (2012) “Prison Gangs, Norms, and Organizations.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 82(1), 96-109.

Skarbek, David (2011) “Governance and Prison Gangs.” American Political Science Review, 105(4), 702-716.

Skarbek, David (2010) “Putting the “Con” into Constitutions: The Economics of Prison Gangs.” The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, 26(2), 183-211.

Tajima, Yuhki. 2016. “Political Development and the Fragmentation of Protection Markets: Politically Affiliated Gangs in Indonesia.” Journal of Conflict Resolution

Tajima, Yuhki. 2008. “Explaining Ethnic Violence in Indonesia: Demilitarizing Domestic Security.” Journal of East Asian Studies. 8: 451-472.

Trejo, Guillermo, Juan Albarracín and Lucia Tiscornia.  2018. “Breaking State Impunity in Post-Authoritarian Regimes: Why Transitional Justice
Processes Deter Criminal Violence in New Democracies.Journal of Peace Research 

Vargas, Juan and P. Buonanno (2017) “Inequality, Crime, and the Long Run Legacy of SlaveryJournal of Economic Behavior and Organization

Vargas, Juan, D. Cortés and J. Santamaría (2016), “Economic Shocks and Crime: Evidence from the Crash of Ponzi Schemes“, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization Vol. 131: 263-275.

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Windle, J. (2016) ‘Security trumps drug control: How securitization explains drug policy paradoxes in Thailand and Vietnam’. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 23(4), 344-354.

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