Understanding Crime in Villages-In-The-City in China - by Zhanguo Liu & T Wing Lo (Hardcover)
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Zhanguo Liu is the founding Director of Leaguer Industry Research based in Shenzhen and conducts research projects for industry and business. He graduated from the Xi'An University of Architecture and Technology, Peking University, and City University of Hong Kong. Before beginning his work on product research, Dr. Liu worked as a post-doctoral researcher in the Joint Social Science Program at the Shenzhen Research Center of Peking University and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
T. Wing Lo is Head and Professor of the Department of Social and Behavioural Sciences at City University of Hong Kong. He received his PhD in criminology from the University of Cambridge (1991). Before becoming a full-time academic, he worked with triad gangsters on street corners for 17 years. He was invited to address the UN delegates attending the Palermo Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (2010), and officials of the U.S. Department of Defense (2015). He is Founding Editor of Routledge Studies in Asian Behavioral Sciences series and member of the International Advisory Board/Editorial Board of journals including the British Journal of Criminology, Youth Justice, Asian Journal of Criminology, and British Journal of Community Justice. His research interests are triad society, anti-corruption, and offender rehabilitation. He has authored or edited several books, such as Corruption and Politics in Hong Kong and China (1993); Fighting Youth Crime: Success and Failure of Two Little Dragons (2002, 2004); Understanding Criminal Justice in Hong Kong (2008, 2017); and Organized Crime and Corruption Across Borders: Exploring the Belt and Road Initiative (2019).