Zoltan-Levente Fejes, 2016
Product counterfeiting is an interdisciplinary phenomenon that has relatively recently emerged as a field of interest for criminologists. Consequently, a clear understanding of product counterfeiting from a criminological perspective is lacking, as the application of criminological theory to this crime type as well as any guidance for the analyses of the phenomenon is limited at this time (Heinonen, Holt & Wilson, 2012).
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