This chapter presents a methodology which allows to estimate the revenues of the sexual exploitation market, both outdoor and indoor, at subnational level. It is applied to the Italian context. The findings suggest that the revenues are not equally distributed across regions since they depend on different criminal opportunities and levels of demand.

Mancuso, M., Estimating the Revenues of Sexual Exploitation: Applying a New Methodology to the Italian Context, in Savona, E. U., Calderoni, F. (ed.), Criminal Markets and Mafia Proceeds, Routledge, New York 2015: 10- 26 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/94049]

Estimating the Revenues of Sexual Exploitation: Applying a New Methodology to the Italian Context

Mancuso, Marina
Primo
2015

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This chapter presents a methodology which allows to estimate the revenues of the sexual exploitation market, both outdoor and indoor, at subnational level. It is applied to the Italian context. The findings suggest that the revenues are not equally distributed across regions since they depend on different criminal opportunities and levels of demand.
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Criminal Markets and Mafia Proceeds
978-1-13-882613-7
Routledge
Mancuso, M., Estimating the Revenues of Sexual Exploitation: Applying a New Methodology to the Italian Context, in Savona, E. U., Calderoni, F. (ed.), Criminal Markets and Mafia Proceeds, Routledge, New York 2015: 10- 26 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/94049]
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