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Volume 95, 2021The 3rd International Conference on Resources Economics and Bioeconomy in Competitive Societies (RebCos’20) under the title Environmental Challenges, Innovative Technologies and Rural Areas in Digital Era
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Empirical Study on the Perception of Organized Crime in Romania
Valahia University of Târgovişte, IOSUD-SDSEU, 130105 Târgovişte, România
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The forms of manifestation of organized crime are threats that affect any society, the most vulnerable being the democracies in the process of formation. Concerning national security is the strategic context in which these non-traditional threats take place . Internally, the new democracies are facing a series of changes: the transition from a totalitarian regime to a democratic regime, from a centralized economy to a market economy. Most strategic documents drawn up and adopted in developed countries to prevent and combat crime have as a priority the fulfillment of four major objectives: anticipation, prevention, deterrence and response. The aim of the paper is to develop methods for investigating organized crime, in order to develop effective strategies for preventing and combating related crimes. The information was collected between September 2019 and November 2019, being analyzed, processed and interpreted afterwards.
Key words: Strategy / Crime / Economy / Romania / Globalization
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