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Appendix Workshop on Transnational Organized Crime [unel7-18,1998 AGENDA June 17 Members' Room, National Academy of Sciences, 2101 Constitution Ave. N.W., Washington, DC 8:30 am Opening Remarks and Introductions (coffee, juice, and pastries available) Peter Reuter, chair 9:30 am National Institute of lustice's Workshop Goals & Interests Jeremy Travis, Director, NI7; Sally Hillsman, Research Director, NIT 10:00 am Break 10:15 am Presentation: Definition of Transnational Organized Crime Louise Shelley, author;/im Finckenauer, discussant 11:00 am Open Discussion 12:00pm Lunch: Presentation: The Organization ofTransnational `_ . Prime Phil Williams, author; Elin Waring, discussant 61
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62 TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME 1:45 pm Open discussion 2:45 pm Break 3:00 pm Focussed discussion: Problems in the Measurement of T. ,_ . ransnatlona1 Prime Discussion led Icy Peter Renter 4:30 pm Adjourn June 18 Members' Room 8:30 am Presentation: The Interface Between Legal and Illegal Activities (coffee, juice, and pastries available) Nikos Passas, author;Tom Naylor, discussant 9:45 am Open Discussion 10:45 am Break 11:00 am Presentation: Implications of Transnational Crime for Local Law Enforcement Kid Schlegel, author; Dan Schneider, discussant 1 1:45 am Open Discussion Lunch: Open Discussion of All Workshop Presentations 3:00 pm Discussion of Research Needs; Plans for Workshop Publica tlon