Martin Bouchard
Martin Bouchard
School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University
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TitleCited byYear
A capture–recapture model to estimate the size of criminal populations and the risks of detection in a marijuana cultivation industry
M Bouchard
Journal of quantitative criminology 23 (3), 221-241, 2007
1442007
On the resilience of illegal drug markets
M Bouchard
Global crime 8 (4), 325-344, 2007
1072007
Introduction: Illegal markets and the economics of organized crime
M Bouchard, C Wilkins
Global Crime 10 (1-2), 1-5, 2009
97*2009
World wide weed: Global trends in cannabis cultivation and its control
G Potter, MM Bouchard, MT Decorte
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2013
962013
Groups, gangs, and delinquency: Does organization matter?
M Bouchard, A Spindler
Journal of Criminal Justice 38 (5), 921-933, 2010
932010
Is it who you know, or how many that counts? Criminal networks and cost avoidance in a sample of young offenders
M Bouchard, H Nguyen
Justice Quarterly 27 (1), 130-158, 2010
922010
Patterns of criminal achievement in sexual offending: Unravelling the “successful” sex offender
P Lussier, M Bouchard, E Beauregard
Journal of Criminal Justice 39 (5), 433-444, 2011
882011
The Global Diversion of Pharmaceutical Drugs Non‐medical use and diversion of psychotropic prescription drugs in North America: a review of sourcing routes and control measures
B Fischer, M Bibby, M Bouchard
Addiction 105 (12), 2062-2070, 2010
822010
Cleaning up your act: Forensic awareness as a detection avoidance strategy
E Beauregard, M Bouchard
Journal of Criminal Justice 38 (6), 1160-1166, 2010
742010
Growers and facilitators: probing the role of entrepreneurs in the development of the cannabis cultivation industry
M Bouchard, CB Dion
Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship 22 (1), 25-37, 2009
722009
Towards a realistic method to estimate cannabis production in industrialized countries
M Bouchard
Contemporary Drug Problems 35 (2-3), 291-320, 2008
67*2008
Risks of arrest across drug markets: A capture-recapture analysis of “hidden” dealer and user populations
M Bouchard, P Tremblay
Journal of drug issues 35 (4), 733-754, 2005
662005
The globalization of cannabis cultivation
GR Potter, M Bouchard, T Decorte
World Wide Weed, 21-40, 2016
582016
Toward a criminology of inmate networks
DA Kreager, DR Schaefer, M Bouchard, DL Haynie, S Wakefield, J Young, ...
Justice Quarterly 33 (6), 1000-1028, 2016
502016
Convenient labour: The prevalence and nature of youth involvement in the cannabis cultivation industry
M Bouchard, M Alain, H Nguyen
International Journal of Drug Policy 20 (6), 467-474, 2009
502009
Is small beautiful? The link between risks and size in illegal drug markets
M Bouchard, F Ouellet
Global Crime 12 (1), 70-86, 2011
492011
Global patterns of domestic cannabis cultivation: Sample characteristics and patterns of growing across eleven countries
GR Potter, MJ Barratt, A Malm, M Bouchard, T Blok, AS Christensen, ...
Friendly business, 163-196, 2016
482016
Opportunistic structures of organized crime
M Bouchard, C Morselli
Oxford handbook of organized crime, 288-302, 2014
472014
Lessons from conducting trans-national Internet-mediated participatory research with hidden populations of cannabis cultivators
MJ Barratt, GR Potter, M Wouters, C Wilkins, B Werse, J Perälä, ...
International Journal of Drug Policy 26 (3), 238-249, 2015
412015
Finding the key players in online child exploitation networks
BG Westlake, M Bouchard, R Frank
Policy & Internet 3 (2), 1-32, 2011
412011
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