Recommended Reading

Below are the readings that are recommended in the textbook Food Fraud Prevention (Spink 2019, page 604). These include ten readings each for:

  • -Reports by Government or Association
  • -Books Related to Product Fraud
  • -Books Related to Business and Management
  • -Key Journal Articles

Recommended Readings – Reports by Government or Association

  1. OECD, organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Estimating the magnitude of counterfeiting and piracy, in OECD, The Economic Impact of Counterfeiting and Piracy, OECD Publishing, Paris, URL (full text): 10.1787/9789264045521-5-en. 2007: OECD Publishing. (OECD 2007)  
  2. Clarke, Ronald, V and John E Eck, Crime analysis for problem solvers in 60 Small Steps. Washington, DC: Center for Problem Oriented Policing, 2005. (Clarke and Eck 2005)
  3. FDA, Food and Drug Administration, Combating Counterfeit Drugs, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Editor. 2004. (FDA 2004)
  4. CRS, Congressional Research Service, Food Fraud and Economically Motivated Adulteration. 2014. (CRS 2014)
  5. DEFRA, United Kingdom Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs, Elliott review into the integrity and assurance of food supply networks, Independent report, Ref: PB14089, PDF, 539KB, 84 pages, 2014. (DEFRA 2014)
  6. EC, European Commission, On the food crisis, fraud in the food chain and the control thereof. 2014. (EC 2014)
  7. GFSI, Global Food Safety Initiative, Food Fraud Technical Document, Tackling Food Fraud through Food Safety Management Systems, May 9, 2018, URL: 2018. & GFSI, Global Food Safety Initiative., GFSI Position on Mitigating the Public Health Risk of Food Fraud. 2014, Global Food Safety Initiative, Consumer Goods Forum. (GFSI 2014, GFSI 2018)
  8. COSO, Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission, Risk Assessment in Practice – Enterprise Risk Management. 2012, Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission, COSO. (COSO 2012)
  9. Dietrich, Ed, Erik Puskar, Andy Grace, Mary Ann Allen, and George Schmitt, Considering RFID for Use in the Fight Against Counterfeiting, in Emerging Technology Overview, Presented by the CACP’s Technology Task Force. 2006, Coalition Against Counterfeiting and Piracy (CACP), U.S. Chamber of Commerce. (Dietrich, Puskar et al. 2006)
  10. DOJ, United States Department of Justice Prosecuting Intellectual Property Crime. CCIPS, Criminal Division,, 2006. 2007. & 12.      DOJ, Department of Justice, DOJ, Prosecuting Intellectual Property Crimes Manual 2013, Fourth Edition, Published by the Office of Legal Education Executive Office for United States Attorneys, URL:  (DOJ 2006, DOJ 2013)

Recommended Readings – Books Related to Product Fraud

  1. Naim, Moises, Illicit: How Smugglers, Traffickers, and Copycats are Hijacking the Global Economy. 2005, NY, NY: Doubleday. (Naim 2005)
  2. Felson, M, Crime and Everyday Life (3rd Edition). 2002: Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. (Felson 2002)
  3. deKieffer, Donald, Underground Economies and Illegal Imports: Business and Legal Strategies to Address Illegitimate Commerce. 2010: Oxford University Press. (deKieffer 2010)
  4. Hopkins, David M., Lewis T. Kontnik, and Mark T. Turnage, Counterfeiting Exposed: How to Protect Your Brand and Market Share 2003, Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons. 304. (Hopkins, Kontnik et al. 2003)
  5. Phillips, Tim, Knockoff: the deadly trade in counterfeit goods : the true story of the world’s fastest growing crime wave. 2005, London: Kogan Page. (Phillips 2005)
  6. Fortin, Neal D., Food regulation: law, science, policy, and practice. 2009, Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. (Fortin 2009)
  7. Wu, Yongning, Hong Miao, Bing Shao, Jing Zhang, J. Spink, and DC Moyer, Food Fraud [Chinese Version], in Food Safety in China – Past, Present, and Future:, Science, Technology, Management and Regulation, Joseph Jwu-shan  Jen and Junshi Chen, Editors. 2016: Beijing. p. E. & Wu, Yongning, Miao Hong, Bing Shao, Jing Zhang, John Spink, and DC  Moyer, Chapter 15: Food Fraud [English Language], in Food Safety in China – Past, Present, and Future:, Science, Technology, Management and Regulation, Joseph J Jen and Junshi Chen, Editors. 2017, Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. (Wu, Miao et al. 2016, Wu, Hong et al. 2017)
  8. Eban, Katherine, Dangerous Doses: How Counterfeiters are Contaminating America’s Drug Supply. 1st ed. 2005, NY, NY: Harcourt, Inc. (Eban 2005)
  9. Wilson, Bee, Swindled: the dark history of food fraud, from poisoned candy to counterfeit coffee. 2008: Princeton University Press. (Wilson 2008)
  10. Accum, Friedrich Christian A, A treatise on adulterations of food, and culinary poisons. 1820, London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. (Accum 1820)

Recommended Readings – Books Related to Business and Management

  1. Porter, Michael E, Competitive strategy: Techniques of industry and competitor analysis. 1980, Free Press. (Porter 1980)
  2. Porter, Michael E, Competitive advantage: creating and sustaining superior performance. 1985. 1985, New York: Free Press. (Porter 1985)
  3. Kotler, Philip, Kotler on marketing. 2012: Simon and Schuster. (Kotler 2012)
  4. Bowersox, Donald J, David J Closs, and M Bixby Cooper, Supply chain logistics management. Vol. 2. 2002: McGraw-Hill New York, NY. (Bowersox, Closs et al. 2002)
  5. Dye, Thomas R, Understanding public policy (14th Edition). 2012: Prentice Hall Englewood Cliffs, NJ. (Dye 2012)
  6. Stout, Martha, The sociopath next door: the ruthless versus the rest of us. 2005, New York: Broadway Books. (Stout 2005)
  7. van Schendel, Willem and Itty Abraham, Illicit Flows and Criminal Things: States, Borders, and the Other Side of Globalization. 2005, Bloomington, IN.: Indiana University. (van Schendel and Abraham 2005)
  8. Saviano, Roberto, Gomorrah: A Personal Journey into the Violent International Empire of Naples’ Organized Crime System, trans. Virginia Jewiss, New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2007. (Saviano 2007)
  9. Freidman, Thomas, The world is flat. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2005. 488. (Freidman 2005)
  10. Peters, Tom, Thriving on chaos. Vol. 7. 1987: Alfred A. Knopf New York. (Peters 1987)

Recommended Readings – Key Journals Articles

  1. Liang, Bryan A., Fade to black: Importation and counterfeit drugs. American Journal of Law & Medicine, 2006. 32(2-3): p. 279-323. (Liang 2006)
  2. deKieffer, Donald, Trojan drugs: counterfeit and mislabeled pharmaceuticals in the legitimate market. American Journal of Law and Medicine, 2006. 32(2-3): p. 325-49. (deKieffer 2006)
  3. Levi, Michael, Organized fraud and organizing frauds: Unpacking research on networks and organization. Criminology & Criminal Justice, 2008. 8(4): p. 389-419. (Levi 2008)
  4. Arrow, K. J., Exposition of the theory of choice under uncertainty. 1966, Springer. p. 253-269. (Arrow 1966)
  5. Banaji, M. R., M. H. Bazerman, and D. Chugh, How (un) ethical are you? 2003. p. 56-65. (Banaji, Bazerman et al. 2003)
  6. Green, Robert T. and Tasman Smith, Executive Insights: Countering Brand Counterfeiters, Journal of International Marketing v10 no4 p89-106 2002. Journal of International Marketing v10 no4 p89-106 2002, 2002. (Green and Smith 2002)
  7. Cox, Anthony Louis, What’s Wrong with Risk Matrices? 2008. p. 497-512. (Cox 2008)
  8. Roth, Aleda V, Andy A Tsay, Madeleine E Pullman, and John V Gray, Unraveling the Food Supply Chain: Strategic Insights from China and the 2007 Recalls. Journal of Supply Chain Management, 2008. 44(1): p. 22-40. (Roth, Tsay et al. 2008)
  9. Voss, M., D. Closs, R. Calantone, O. Helferich, and C. Speier, The Role of Security in the Food Supplier Selection Decision. Journal of Business Logistics, 2009. 30(1): p. 127. (Voss, Closs et al. 2009)
  10. Huisman, Wim, Compliance and Corporate Crime Control. Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 2014: p. 488-496. (Huisman 2014)

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