Associate Senior Researcher
Paolo Campana is a Lecturer in Criminology and Complex Networks at the Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge and Fellow of Darwin College Cambridge. He is an Associate Member of the Department of Sociology, University of Oxford. His work specialises in organised crime and extra-legal governance, and the application of network analysis to the study of organised crime. He is currently working on the issue of the trafficking and smuggling of human beings, the movement and emergence of Mafia-like organisations and their impact on local communities. His recent work has appeared in the British Journal of Criminology, Social Networks, Nature Sustainability, Theoretical Criminology, European Journal of Criminology, Crime and Justice, and Journal of Drugs Issues, among others. His work has been translated into French, Italian and Chinese.