PART III Case studies
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If, as argued by Klerks and Stelfox in Part II, it is accepted that responses to TOC need to be questioned in terms of their sensitivity to the specific social contexts in which they are implemented, then qualitative case study research has much to offer policy change and learning. The contributions to Part III discuss the findings of case study research into European Union responses to the perceived threat from organised criminality originating in Central and Eastern European (CEE) states.