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Analysis of Recent Terrorist Trials; Discovering Operationally Significant Patterns of Behaviour in Violent Jihadist Extremists

2008 | Not Disclosed
Lindsay Clutterbuck ,
An evidence based analysis of selected Terrorism trials in the UK. Now available to download free of charge from the Rand Europe website.

Counterfeiting of Goods and its possible use as a Modus Operandi of Terrorist Financing

2008 - 2009 | £14,000
Dr. Nicholas Ridley, DASS London Metropolitan University
This study addressed three separate but interacting criminological issues. These were firstly the overall perception of financing of terrorism; secondly the link between the finances of organised crime and financing of terrorism; both are set against the massive backcloth formed by the third issue, the growing, but underestimated global problem of counterfeiting goods. The overall objective of the study is to ascertain the possibility and extent, to which terrorist groups may be utilising, or involving themselves in, the criminal activity of counterfeiting of goods in order to raise terrorist funds.

Walking Away from Terrorism: Accounts of Disengagement from Radical and Extremist Movements

2006 - 2008 | £25000 per annum over 2 years
John Horgan,

Comparative analysis of western societies

2006 - 2008 | £5300 over two years
Mr Richard Warnes, RAND Europe

The logic of violence & terror in post-conflict states

2006 - 2008 | £16,935 over two years
Dr Michael Boyle, University of St Andrews
The logic of violence & terror in post-conflict states.