Economia criminale e mondo degli affari a Tangeri

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Michel Péraldi
Publishing Year 2009 Issue 2009/49
Language Italian Pages 5 P. 119-123 File size 157 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2009-049017
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The criminal economy and the business world of Tangiers - The general term criminal economy usually denotes those activities which involve the production, circulation and sale of products that are prohibited from a moral or legal viewpoint, where the organisation and production of these includes a component of physical violence either actually or potentially present in the organisation and in the production process. Finally it is conducted by marginal or deviant individuals and groups under conditions of total or relative clandestinity. In the case of Tangiers, the weak traits of criminal networks stand out against a strong urban background where local cultures and the convenience of commerce in cannabis combine. The negotiated and temporary nature of both the cultural and the organisational arrangements emerge, which are also consistent with a complex urban community, projected at the same time onto the local context and transnational networks.

Michel Péraldi, Economia criminale e mondo degli affari a Tangeri in "TERRITORIO" 49/2009, pp 119-123, DOI: 10.3280/TR2009-049017