The gig mafia : how small networks and high-speed digital funds transfers have changed the face of organized crime
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New York, New York : Business Expert Press, [2021].
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Shapiro, D. M. (2021). The gig mafia: how small networks and high-speed digital funds transfers have changed the face of organized crime . Business Expert Press.

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Shapiro, David M. 2021. The Gig Mafia: How Small Networks and High-speed Digital Funds Transfers Have Changed the Face of Organized Crime. Business Expert Press.

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Shapiro, David M. The Gig Mafia: How Small Networks and High-speed Digital Funds Transfers Have Changed the Face of Organized Crime Business Expert Press, 2021.

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Shapiro, David M. The Gig Mafia: How Small Networks and High-speed Digital Funds Transfers Have Changed the Face of Organized Crime Business Expert Press, 2021.

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