Nordic researchers at Eurocrim 2021

We are delighted to have the opportunity to share current Nordic criminology research that is presented at this year´s Eurocrim e-conference, arranged by the European Society of Criminology, ESC 2021.

Thank you Nordic criminology researchers participating at the conference for sharing your research also here!

At this page you find the abstracts of presentations that will be given by Nordic researchers at the conference. The compilation follows the structure of the ESC programme.  In the list below, please click at the name of the presentation to reach the abstract.
Please note that this page is not final as we keep up-dating it.

Please click here for the NSfK´s compilation of the Nordic researchers participating this year.

Please let us know have we missed out on someone, thank you!

14. Sentencing and Penal Decision-Making (ESC WG)

Tarja Koskela. Photo: Private.
Tarja Koskela, LL.D., University Lecturer (Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure Law), University of Eastern Finland Law School

Decision not to prosecute on the basis of unreasonableness or inappropriateness in animal welfare offences

15.Gender, Crime and Justice (ESC WG)

Sara Uhnoo, Åsa Wettergren, Moa Bladini, University of Gothenburg

The void of the victim story – doubt and certainty in rape cases with missing victim stories

20. European Drug Policies (ESC WG)

Helgi Gunnlaugsson. Photo: Private.
Helgi Gunnlaugsson, Professor of Sociology, University of Iceland

Drug policy in Iceland: A paradigm shift in sight?

21. Narrative Criminology (ESC WG)

Anita Heber. Photo: Vilhelm Stokstad / Kontinent
Anita Heber, Associate professor in Criminology, Stockholm University

Stranger Danger? Political Narratives of Immigrants and Crime

David Wästerfors. Photo:Private.
David Wästerfors, Professor of Sociology, Lund University

Closer, closer … bam!

Stepwise employment of criminological explanations in interview accounts of a young drug-dealer and murderer

Vania Ceccato. Photo: Private.

23. Space, Place and Crime (ESC WG) (WG-PLACE)

Vania Ceccato, Professor of urban and community safety, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
& Ned Levine, Ned Levine & Associates, Houston, TX, US

Malignant Mixes: The Overlap of Motor Vehicle Crashes and Crime in Stockholm, Sweden

Annica Allvin. Photo: Private.
Annica Allvin, PhD-student, Norwegian Police University College
Torbjørn Skardhamar, Professor, Department of Sociology and Human Geography, University of Oslo

Variations in temporal stability of crime patterns in Oslo

For the complete programme of the Eurocrim 2021 e-conference, click here to reach ESC own web site.