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Wim Huisman (1970) is a professor of criminology and the head of the VU School of Criminology. Wim Huisman is founder and board member of the European Working Group on Organizational Crime (EUROC) of the European Society of Criminology. Currently, Wim Huisman is Co-editor in chief of Crime, Law & Social Change and co-chair of the ASC Division of White-Collar and Corporate Crime.


The research focus of Wim Huisman is on the field of white-collar crime, corporate crime, and organised crime. Recently funded research projects focus on criminal careers of white-collar offenders, corporate complicity to gross human rights violations, causes of corruption, corporate environmental crime and the prevention of food fraud.


Wim Huisman has been a visiting professor at Griffith University, Brisbane, Northeastern University, Boston, USA, and Mekelle University, Ethiopia.


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  • Crime Law & Social Change | New York | Hoofdredacteur | 2020-01-01 - present

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Ancillary activities

Division of White-Collar and Corporate Crime, American Society of Criminology, co-chair

Ancillary activities

EUROC (European working group on Organisational Crime), European Society of Criminology, board member


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