Governmental Discourses on Transnational Environmental Crime

Author/s (editor/s):

Matthew Marshall

Publication year:

2014

Publication type:

Working paper

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TEC Working Paper 1/2014

Matthew Marshall, ‘Governmental Discourses on Transnational Environmental Crime’, TEC Working Paper 1-2014, Canberra: Transnational Environmental Crime Project, Department of International Relations, Australian National University, July 2014.

This paper summarises, analyses, and assesses four working papers published by the Transnational Environmental Crime (TEC) Project and written by two employees of the Australian Government’s Department of the Environment (DoE) who served as Visiting Fellows to the TEC Project. This working paper also forms part of the TEC Project. It synthesises the data and concludes the overall contribution made by DoE, emphasising future areas of consideration. Part of this involves enunciating research findings in such a way that they can be better utilised by DoE to subsequently develop policy in the area of TEC regulation, which is also one of the aims of the TEC Project generally: that the course of academic research provide assistance in the development of government policy on the matter of TEC with subsequent operational benefits.

About the author

Matthew Marshall is a Senior Regulatory Advisor, Regulatory Capability and Assurance Section, in the TEC Project’s partner organisation, the Department of the Environment. Dr Marshall’s experience in this role has included policy development and capacity-building activities across operational, intelligence, policy, and liaison functions.

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