Prof. M.J. van Meeteren (Masja)
Professor - Criminal Law and Criminology
Van Meeteren conducts research on approaches to crime control and their (unintended) consequences at the intersection of crime and migration. A crucial change in the approach to crime is that criminal law and administrative law have become increasingly intertwined. In her research she studies these change processes and their consequences. On the one hand, Van Meeteren focuses on legislation, policy and discretionary actions and decisions by and about actors involved in criminal justice and administrative enforcement. On the other hand, she focuses on (the consequences of this for) manifestations of crime that are closely related to migration, such as human trafficking or human smuggling.
- Meeteren, M.J. van & Oostendorp, L. van (2019). Are Muslims in the Netherlands constructed as a 'suspect community'? An analysis of Dutch political discourse on terrorism in 2004-2015. Crime, Law and Social Change, 71 (5), 525-540. doi: 10.1007/s10611-018-9802-y Full text
- Meeteren, M.J. van & Wiering, E. (2019). Labour trafficking in Chinese restaurants in the Netherlands and the role of Dutch immigration policies. A qualitative analysis of investigative case files. Crime, Law and Social Change, 72 (1), 107-124. doi: 10.1007/s10611-019-09853-6 Full text
- Meeteren, M.J. van & Leun, J.P. van der (2018). Daders van arbeidsuitbuiting. Over de vermeende rol van de georganiseerde misdaad. Proces, 97 (2), 130-146. doi: 10.5553/PROCES/016500762018097002007 Full text
- Meeteren, M.J. van (2014). Irregular Migrants in Belgium and the Netherlands. Aspirations and incorporation. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press Full text
Lid adviesraad voor project 'Mensenhandel en uitbuiting onder ongedocumenteerden'
(01 January 2021)
Rode kruis en Fairwork
Lid Chambre de reflection voor ontwikkelen nieuw kader mensenhandel voor gemeenten
(01 September 2020)
Andersson, Ellfers, Felix