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Yates, D., Mackenzie, S. and Smith, E. (2017) The cultural capitalists: notes on the ongoing reconfiguration of trafficking culture in Asia. Crime, Media, Culture, 13(2), pp. 245-254. (doi:10.1177/1741659017700947)

Mackenzie, S. and Yates, D. (2016) Collectors on illicit collecting: Higher loyalties and other techniques of neutralization in the unlawful collecting of rare and precious orchids and antiquities. Theoretical Criminology, 20(3), pp. 340-357. (doi:10.1177/1362480615607625)

Mackenzie, S. (2015) Do we need a Kimberley process for the illicit antiquities trade? Some lessons to learn from a comparative review of transnational criminal markets and their regulation. In: Countering Illicit Traffic in Cultural Goods: The Global Challenge of Protecting the World’s Heritage. International Council of Museums: Paris, pp. 151-162. ISBN 9789290124153

Tsirogiannis, C. (2015) Nekyia: duplicates and the antiquities market. Journal of Art Crime, 12, pp. 81-88.

Mackenzie, S. (2014) Conditions for guilt-free consumption in a transnational criminal market. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 20(4), pp. 503-515. (doi:10.1007/s10610-013-9229-z)

Brodie, N. (2014) Provenance and price: autoregulation of the antiquities market? European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 20(4), pp. 427-444. (doi:10.1007/s10610-014-9235-9)

Mackenzie, S. and Davis, T. (2014) Cambodian statue trafficking networks: an empirical report from regional case study fieldwork. In: Manacorda, S. and Visconti, A. (eds.) Protecting Cultural Heritage as a Common Good of Humanity: a Challenge for Criminal Justice. ISPAC, pp. 149-164. ISBN 9788896410035

Brodie, N. (2014) The antiquities market: it's all in a price. Heritage and Society, 7(1), pp. 32-46. (doi:10.1179/2159032X14Z.00000000017)

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