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My areas of interest and expertise are environmental crime, environmental harm, crimes of the powerful (corporate, organized and state crime), environmental governance and environmental justice. My post-doc research focuses on the significance of harm in environmental governance decision making, with a specific focus on the waste sector and oil and gas extraction industry.
- Bisschop, L. (2012). Is it all going to waste? Illegal transports of e-waste in a European trade hub. Crime, Law and Social Change, 58(3), 221-249. Read it here.
- Bisschop, L. (2012). Out of the woods: the illegal trade in tropical timber and a European trade hub. Global Crime, 13(3), 191-212. Read it here.
- Bisschop, L. (2015). Governance of the illegal trade in e-waste and tropical timber: case studies on transnational environmental crime. Routledge. Read it here.
- Reuter, E., & Bisschop, L. (2016). Keeping the Horn on the Rhino: A Study of Balule Nature Reserve. In The Geography of Environmental Crime (pp. 149-185). Palgrave Macmillan UK. Read it here.
- Coletto, D. & Bisschop, L. (accepted). Waste Pickers in the Informal Economy of the Global South: Included or Excluded? International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy. Earlycite. Read it here.