Gian Maria Campedelli
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Exploring the Immediate Effects of COVID-19 Containment Policies on Crime: an Empirical Analysis of the Short-Term Aftermath in Los Angeles
GM Campedelli, A Aziani, S Favarin
American Journal of Criminal Justice, 2020
Disentangling community-level changes in crime trends during the COVID-19 pandemic in Chicago
GM Campedelli, S Favarin, A Aziani, A Piquero
Crime Science 9, 2020
Measuring Organised Crime Presence at the Municipal Level
M Dugato, F Calderoni, GM Campedelli
Social Indicators Research 147 (1), 237-261, 2020
Life-Course Criminal Trajectories of Mafia Members
GM Campedelli, F Calderoni, T Comunale, C Meneghini
Crime & Delinquency, 2019
A complex networks approach to find latent clusters of terrorist groups
GM Campedelli, I Cruickshank, KM Carley
Applied Network Science 4 (1), 1-22, 2019
Temporal Clustering of Disorder Events During the COVID-19 Pandemic
GM Campedelli, MR D'Orsogna
PLOS One, 2021
Security Governance: Mafia Control over Ordinary Crimes
A Aziani, S Favarin, GM Campedelli
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 1-49, 2019
Recruitment into Organized Crime: An Agent-Based Approach Testing the Impact of Different Policies
F Calderoni, GM Campedelli, S Aron, M Paolucci, G Andrighetto
Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 2021
Recruitment into organised criminal groups: A systematic review
F Calderoni, GM Campedelli, T Comunale, ME Marchesi, EU Savona
Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, 1-28, 2020
Learning future terrorist targets through temporal meta-graphs
GM Campedelli, M Bartulovic, KM Carley
Nature Scientific Reports, 2021
Where are we? Using Scopus to map the literature at the intersection between artificial intelligence and research on crime
GM Campedelli
Journal of Computational Social Science 4 (2), 503-530, 2021
Systematic Review of the Social, Psychological and Economic Factors Relating to Involvement and Recruitment into Organized Crime
T Comunale, F Calderoni, MM Elena, E Superchi, GM Campedelli
Understanding Recruitment into Organized Crime and Terrorism, 175-204, 2020
Survival of the Recidivistic? Revealing Factors Associated with the Criminal Career Length of Multiple Homicide Offenders
GM Campedelli, E Yaksic
Homicide Studies, 2021
Organized crime groups: A systematic review of individual-level risk factors related to recruitment
F Calderoni, T Comunale, GM Campedelli, M Marchesi, D Manzi, ...
Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2022
D1.1 – Report on factors relating to OC: Systematic review of the social, psychological and economic factors relating to criminalisation and recruitment to OC
EU Savona, F Calderoni, E Superchi, T Comunale, GM Campedelli, ...
Project Proton, 5-72, 2017
Reducing cartel recruitment is the only way to lower violence in Mexico
R Prieto-Curiel, GM Campedelli, A Hope
Science 381 (6664), 1312-1316, 2023
A Security Paradox. The Influence Of Governance-Type Organized Crime Over The Surrounding Criminal Environment
A Aziani, S Favarin, GM Campedelli
British Journal of Criminology, 2020
Pairwise similarity of jihadist groups in target and weapon transitions
GM Campedelli, M Bartulovic, KM Carley
Journal of Computational Social Science, 1-26, 2019
Machine Learning for Criminology and Crime Research: At the Crossroads
GM Campedelli
Routledge, 2022
The Criminal Careers of Italian Mafia Members
EU Savona, F Calderoni, GM Campedelli, T Comunale, M Ferrarini, ...
Understanding Recruitment to Organized Crime and Terrorism, 241-267, 2020
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