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The referral term "Black market" is replaced with "Informal economy".
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Nature and size of criminal spending; (Full text only available in Dutch)
The aim of the research is to find out the extent to which money laundering has an undermining effect on the regular economy...
Government policies and sex work realities; Human trafficking in the regulated sex industry
In the Netherlands selling sexual services for money is accepted by law under certain conditions. Some sex workers, however,...
Money laundering; (full text only available in Dutch)
Summaries of articles on money laundering, asset recovery, investments in the legal economy by offenders, the use of...
Labour migration; (full text available only in Dutch)
The informal economy; (full text available only in Dutch)
Unlawful residence in the Netherlands; A review of the literature
The research questions are as follows: What is known from literature about the numbers and backgrounds of illegal residents...
Trafficking in human beings
The fight against human trafficking has become top priority on the political and investigative agenda in recent years. The...
Estimation methods for sizing hidden populations, specifically the illegal migrant population
This report gives an overview of methods that can generally be used to make inferences about the size of hidden populations....
As a result of the signing of international treaties and regulations, the fight against money laundering in the Netherlands...
Informal Value Transfer Systems and Criminal Activities
Having offered a more precise definition of the practices and issues involved in what is indiscriminately called underground...
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