Stephen Pires
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Are parrots CRAVED? An analysis of parrot poaching in Mexico
S Pires, RV Clarke
Journal of research in crime and delinquency 49 (1), 122-146, 2012
Preventing wildlife crimes: Solutions that can overcome the ‘Tragedy of the Commons’
SF Pires, WD Moreto
Transnational environmental crime, 419-442, 2017
Sequential foraging, itinerant fences and parrot poaching in Bolivia
SF Pires, RV Clarke
The British Journal of Criminology 51 (2), 314-335, 2011
The illegal parrot trade: a literature review
SF Pires
Global crime 13 (3), 176-190, 2012
Wildlife crime: a conceptual integration, literature review, and methodological critique
J Kurland, SF Pires, SC McFann, WD Moreto
Crime Science 6, 1-15, 2017
An overview of seized illegal wildlife entering the United States
G Petrossian, S Pires, D van Uhm
Global Crime, 2016
Organized crime or crime that is organized? The parrot trade in the neotropics
SF Pires, JL Schneider, M Herrera
Trends in Organized Crime 19, 4-20, 2016
Wildlife Crime: An Environmental Criminology and Crime Science Perspective
W Moreto, S Pires
Assessing US wildlife trafficking patterns: How criminology and conservation science can guide strategies to reduce the illegal wildlife trade
J Kurland, SF Pires
Deviant Behavior 38 (4), 375-391, 2017
A CRAVED analysis of multiple illicit parrot markets in Peru and Bolivia
SF Pires
European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 21, 321-336, 2015
Factors affecting crab and lobster species subject to IUU fishing
G Petrossian, JS Weis, SF Pires
Ocean & Coastal Management 106, 29-34, 2015
The Illegal Wildlife Trade
S Pires, W Moreto
Oxford Handbooks Online, 1-41, 2016
Understanding parrot trafficking between illicit markets in Bolivia: an application of the CRAVED model
SF Pires, GA Petrossian
International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 40 (1), 63-77, 2016
Spatial, temporal and age sources of variation in parrot poaching in Bolivia
SF Pires, JL Schneider, M Herrera, JT Tella
Bird Conservation International, 2015
The heterogeneity of illicit parrot markets: an analysis of seven Neo-tropical open-air markets
SF Pires
European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 21, 151-166, 2015
What drives the illegal parrot trade? Applying a criminological model to market and seizure data in Indonesia
SF Pires, G Olah, D Nandika, D Agustina, R Heinsohn
Biological Conservation 257, 109098, 2021
The crime triangle of kidnapping for ransom incidents in Colombia, South America: A ‘litmus’ test for situational crime prevention
SF Pires, RT Guerette, CH Stubbert
British Journal of Criminology 54 (5), 784-808, 2014
Taking stock in wildlife crime research: trends and implications for future research
SC McFann, SF Pires
Deviant Behavior 41 (1), 118-135, 2020
The spatial pattern of redwood burl poaching and implications for prevention
J Kurland, SF Pires, N Marteache
Forest Policy and Economics 94, 46-54, 2018
Crime science and crime epidemics in developing countries: a reflection on kidnapping for ransom in Colombia, South America
CH Stubbert, SF Pires, RT Guerette
Crime Science 4, 1-11, 2015
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