Rebecca Nash
Rebecca Nash
Associate Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, California State University, Long Beach
Verified email at csulb.edu
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Investing in people: The role of social networks in the diffusion of a large-scale fraud
R Nash, M Bouchard, A Malm
Social networks 35 (4), 686-698, 2013
402013
Co-offending between criminal enterprise groups
A Malm, G Bichler, R Nash
Global Crime 12 (2), 112-128, 2011
402011
Co-offending networks in cannabis cultivation
A Malm, R Nash, S Vickovic
World Wide Weed, 147-164, 2016
122016
Researching terrorism and counter-terrorism through a network lens
M Bouchard, R Nash
Social Networks, Terrorism and Counter-terrorism, 48-60, 2015
122015
Travel broadens the network: Turning points in the network trajectory of an American Jihadi
R Nash, M Bouchard
Social Networks, Terrorism and Counter-terrorism, 61-81, 2015
92015
Social network analysis and terrorism
A Malm, R Nash, R Moghadam
The Handbook of the Criminology of Terrorism, 221-231, 2017
32017
Social networks as predictors of the harm suffered by victims of a large-scale Ponzi scheme
R Nash, M Bouchard, A Malm
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 59 (1), 26-62, 2017
32017
Trusting the con man: The role of social networks in the diffusion of fraud
RM Nash
Arts & Social Sciences: School of Criminology, 2013
22013
Twisting trust: social networks, due diligence, and loss of capital in a Ponzi scheme
R Nash, M Bouchard, A Malm
Crime, Law and Social Change 69 (1), 67-89, 2018
12018
Deviant Peer Preferences: A Simplified Approach to Account for Peer Selection Effects
O Gallupe, JH Boman IV, R Nash, ED Castro
Deviant Behavior, 1-14, 2019
2019
5 Travel broadens the network
R Nash, M Bouchard
Social Networks, Terrorism and Counter-terrorism, 61, 0
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