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Journal of International Criminal Justice
Human trafficking -a crime with enormous human cost -is mostly moneydriven. By focusing on its financial aspects, this article argues that enhancing financial investigations by making them proactive is crucial to combat this lowrisk and high-profit offence holistically. By providing insight into research carried out as of 2015 in the framework of an anti-human trafficking public-private financial partnership in the Netherlands, this article indicates some concrete improvement in detectingdoi:10.1093/jicj/mqaa013 fatcat:de6npv3jjrhofhifhoqicgx3tm