Peter Grabosky mostly deals with Criminology, Public relations, Process, Public economics and Cyberspace. Peter Grabosky has included themes like Praise, Law, Politics and Comparative history in his Criminology study. His Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Top management, Political economy, Pluralism and Accountability.
The Public economics study combines topics in areas such as Incentive and Private sector. His study looks at the relationship between Incentive and fields such as Compliance, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Cyberspace research incorporates elements of Computer security, Secrecy, Anonymity, Telecommunications and Law enforcement.
His main research concerns Criminology, Law, Public relations, Public administration and Cybercrime. The Criminal justice, White-collar crime and Crime prevention research Peter Grabosky does as part of his general Criminology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Term, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Child pornography and Private security in addition to Law.
His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Crime control, Corporate governance, Control, Legitimacy and Law enforcement. Peter Grabosky connects Cybercrime with Variety in his study. His studies deal with areas such as State, State crime and Scope as well as Organised crime.
Criminology, Cybercrime, Organised crime, State and Public relations are his primary areas of study. His study in Criminology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Unintended consequences, Terrorism and State crime. His Cybercrime research includes themes of Computer security, Crime prevention and Insider threat.
His research integrates issues of Public policy, Industrial organization, Sympathy and Organizational structure in his study of State. His studies in Public relations integrate themes in fields like International conflict, Pluralism, Accountability, Cyberspace and National security. His Law research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Law and economics and Media studies.
His scientific interests lie mostly in State, Criminology, Organised crime, Cybercrime and Public relations. His work carried out in the field of State brings together such families of science as International conflict, Industrial organization and International security. His Crime prevention study in the realm of Criminology interacts with subjects such as Covert.
His research in Cybercrime intersects with topics in Computer security, Unintended consequences and Principle of legality. His Public relations study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Political economy, Corporate governance, Pluralism, Accountability and National security. His work deals with themes such as Crimeware, Cyberspace and Internet crime, which intersect with Scope.
Smart Regulation: Designing Environmental Policy
Neil Gunningham;Peter N. Grabosky;Darren Sinclair.
Of manners gentle : enforcement strategies of Australian business regulatory agencies
Peter N. Grabosky;John Braithwaite.
Using Non‐Governmental Resources to Foster Regulatory Compliance
Peter N. Grabosky.
Virtual Criminality: Old Wine in New Bottles?
Peter N Grabosky.
Social & Legal Studies (2001)
Crime in the Digital Age: Controlling Telecommunication and Cyberspace Illegalities
Russell Smith;Peter Grabosky.
Cyber criminals on trial
Russell G. Smith;Peter N. Grabosky;Gregor F. Urbas.
The Psychology of Fraud
Grace Duffield;Peter Nils Grabosky.
Trends and issues in crime and criminal justice (2001)
Beyond Responsive Regulation: The expanding role of non-state actors in the regulatory process
Regulation & Governance (2013)
Green Markets: Environmental Regulation by the Private Sector*
Law & Policy (1994)
An Analysis of the Nature of Groups Engaged in Cyber Crime
Roderic Broadhurst;Peter Grabosky;Mamoun Alazab;Brigitte Bouhours.
Social Science Research Network (2014)
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