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Shir Shah Nabi holds a Master of Science degree in Criminology from the VU university in Amsterdam. His fields of interests involve research in organized crime, misconduct of ethnic businesses, migration and terrorism. Shir is mainly interested in financial crime: transfer of money within organized crime networks, including terrorist organizations and money laundering.
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His current PhD study at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam explores the ‘hawala’ system. Hawala is a financial system which is predominantly used for the exchange and transfer of criminal proceeds. The research focuses mainly on the facilitating role of the hawala service providers in organized crime networks.

  • Nabi, S. S. (2009). ‘Het informele geldtransfersysteem (hawala) in de Afghaanse gemeenschap’. In: H.G. van de Bunt & D. Siegel (red.), Ondergronds bankieren in Nederland. Den Haag: Boom Juridische Uitgevers, pp. 89-115.
  • Nabi, S. S. (2011). In het spoor van Malinowski. Toegang, rapport en ethiek bij een etnografisch onderzoek naar hawala-bankieren, KWALON, (16) 1, pp. 34-40.
  • Nabi, S. S., & Gemert, F. van. (2012). De molensteen van Informed Consent. De Criminoloog, Nieuwsbrief van de Nederlandse vereniging voor Kriminologie (NvK), 10 (4).
  • Nabi, S. S. (2013). Hawala bankieren: een belangrijke schakel binnen de informele economie. Politiestudies, Cahier 29, 93-114.

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