prof.dr. (Karin) CG van Wingerde

Biography

Dr. Karin van Wingerde received her PhD from Erasmus University Rotterdam in 2012. The interplay between regulatory enforcement and the behavior of business organizations has become central in her research over the past years. She has previously worked on the deterrent effect of formal legal sanctions on the behavior of firms in the waste industry in the Netherlands, bribery, and on several case studies of corporate and white-collar crime. She currently works on the enforcement of health and safety violations, the punishment of organized crime, domestic bribery, and the misuse of corporate vehicles for illicit finance. As of January 2014 Karin is Dean of education of the PhD programme of Erasmus Graduate School of Law. Karin is a member of the editorial boards of the Dutch 
journal on regulation and governance and the Dutch journal of Criminology, and since 2016 she is an academic research partner at the Dutch Gaming Authority.

Experience key words

Corporate and White-collar Crime, Regulation, Governance and Enforcement, Public Policy

Erasmus School of Law

Full professor | Criminology
Email
vanwingerde@law.eur.nl
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

Erasmus School of Law

Associate professor | Criminology
Email
vanwingerde@law.eur.nl
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

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Work

  • Karin van Wingerde, Richard Staring & Lieselot Bisschop (9 November 2023) - Criminology research group winner of the 2023 Research Prize
  • Karin van Wingerde (4 September 2023) - Between disciplines: Tackling port crime requires broad-based research
  • Karin van Wingerde (28 August 2023) - 'We blijven steeds in dezelfde valkuilen vallen'
  • Karin van Wingerde, Hans Nelen, Lieselot Bisschop & Roland Moerland (23 March 2023) - De overheid ‘ondermijnt' vooral zichzelf
  • Karin van Wingerde (20 March 2023) - NWO grant for Erasmus School of Law project FORT-PORT to tackle subversive crime in the port of Rotterdam
  • Karin van Wingerde, Richard Staring & Lieselot Bisschop (17 March 2023) - -Erasmus University Rotterdam : NWO grant for Erasmus School of Law project FORT-PORT to tackle subversive crime in the port of Rotterdam
  • Karin van Wingerde, Richard Staring & Lieselot Bisschop (17 March 2023) - NWO Grant for Erasmus School of Law Project FORT-PORT to Tackle Subversive Crime in the Port of Rotterdam
  • Karin van Wingerde (8 January 2023) - Drug trafficking criminal activity is a growing threat in the Netherlands
  • Karin van Wingerde & Lieselot Bisschop (2 January 2023) - Fighting organised crime requires thorough determination of the course
  • Karin van Wingerde & Lieselot Bisschop (20 December 2022) - Tackling drug related organised crime requires determining course
  • Karin van Wingerde (6 July 2022) - Dutch to spend 500m annually to fight descent into a 'narco state'
  • Karin van Wingerde (3 July 2022) - Mob-style killings shock Netherlands into fighting descent into ‘narco state’
  • Karin van Wingerde (21 March 2022) - The gatekeeper role in the fight against money laundering needs reform
  • Karin van Wingerde (15 March 2022) - The gatekeeper role in the fight against money laundering needs reform.
  • Karin van Wingerde (11 October 2021) - Money laundering: the boundary between the world behind closed and open doors
  • Karin van Wingerde (15 January 2021) - Karin van Wingerde appointed as Professor of Corporate Crime and Governance
  • Karin van Wingerde (9 October 2020) - Dutch regulator teams-up with addiction expert Gert-Jan Meerkerk
  • Karin van Wingerde (6 June 2019) - Summary EGSL Review Day 2019

  • Karin van Wingerde & Lieselot Bisschop (2023) - Onbedoeld ondermijnen. Verkennend onderzoek naar de wijze waarop de Nederlandse overheid onbedoeld de georganiseerde drugscriminaliteit kan faciliteren
  • Lieselot Bisschop & Karin van Wingerde (2022) - The Netherlands: Narcostate? Organized drug-related crime and its containment
  • Karin Wingerde (2019) - How has the “Governance Turn” Impacted Compliance Measurement by the State and by Private Institutions?
  • Karin Wingerde (2019) - AML Gatekeepers in Five Narratives
  • Karin Wingerde (2019) - Combatting corporate crimes in the Netherlands
  • Karin Wingerde & Peter Mascini (2019) - Compromising neoliberal inspection policy at the frontline: The practice of inspecting at the Dutch Health and Safety Inspectorate
  • Karin Wingerde (2019) - AML Gatekeepers in Five Narratives
  • Karin Wingerde (2019) - Onderzoek naar organisatiecriminaliteit in een tijdperk van governance
  • Karin Wingerde & Anna Merz (2019) - Varieties in responses to money laundering across Europe
  • Karin Wingerde (2019) - Naar een effectieve beinvloedingsmix

  • Lieselot Bisschop, Robby Roks, Richard Staring & Karin van Wingerde (2023) - Erasmus Research Prize 2023

Kansspelautoriteit

Start date approval
June 2022
End date approval
May 2025
Place
DEN HAAG
Description
Academic Research Partner

Vereniging Tijdschrift voor Criminologie

Start date approval
June 2022
End date approval
May 2025
Place
ROTTERDAM
Description
Penningmeester

lid curatorium Atlas Research

Start date approval
July 2022
End date approval
May 2025
Place
AMSTERDAM
Description
Lid curatorium Atlas Research

Corporate & White-collar crime and Gover

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2023
Course Code
RQ89

Doing Criminological Research I

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2023
Course Code
RT01

Level
overig
Year Level
overig
Year
2023
Course Code
RMINS01

Thesis Master Criminology

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2023
Course Code
RS127

Thesis Master Criminology

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2023
Course Code
RS133

Analysing Criminal Policies

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2023
Course Code
RIMC02

Corporate & White-collar crime and Gover

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2023
Course Code
RIMC13

Master’s thesis

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2023
Course Code
RIMCS1

Master’s thesis: Final Session

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2023
Course Code
RIMCS2

News regarding prof.dr. (Karin) CG van Wingerde

Criminology research group winner of the 2023 Research Prize

Criminology research group winner of the 2023 Research Prize. The group has researched drug related crelated crime, human trafficking and smuggling.
Criminologie group winners walking in hall.

The gatekeeper role in the fight against money laundering needs reform

In a recent publication, Karin van Wingerde and Claire Hofman explain the problems that are encountered in the fight against money laundering.
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Money laundering: the boundary between the world behind closed and open doors

Karin van Wingerde states in an article on the website NOS.nl that there is still a lack of good international cooperation to tackle wrong money flows.

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