prof.dr. (Lieselot) LCJ Bisschop

Biography

Lieselot Bisschop's core areas of interest and expertise are environmental harm, corporate crime, organized crime and environmental governance. Past and ongoing studies have for instance focused on e-waste trafficking and planned obsolescence of electronics, wildlife, gold and timber trafficking, shipbreaking and coastal land loss. The difficult balance between economic, environmental and social considerations and between public and private governance is what continues to intrigue me and inspires my research. As co-chair on Public & Private Interests as part of the Sector Plan for Law, she focuses on how public and private actors together or individually govern public interests, with a particular focus on environment and human rights. Next to projects on environmental crime (e.g. Forever Chemicals-PFAS), her ongoing research also focuses on public and private (cooperation in the) control and prevention of organized crime (e.g. drugs trafficking via port of Rotterdam) and subversive crime [ondermijning]. As a member of the multidisciplinary research team of Erasmus Initiative on Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity, she invests in gaining insights into the drivers of environmental degradation and social exclusion and into the ways in which governments, businesses and civil society can individually and jointly take up governance responsibilities to reach inclusive prosperity

Erasmus School of Law

Full professor | Criminology
Email
bisschop@law.eur.nl
Room
L3-113
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

Erasmus School of Law

Associate professor | Criminology
Email
bisschop@law.eur.nl
Room
L3-113
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

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Work

  • Lieselot Bisschop (4 March 2024) - Vechten tegen de cocaïnekaai: Nederland en België niet op één lijn in de strijd tegen drugs
  • Lieselot Bisschop (4 March 2024) - Vechten tegen de cocainekaai. De war on drugs is een holle slogan
  • Maria Carmen Punzi & Lieselot Bisschop (1 December 2023) - Alumni awards for empowering people towards safety and success
  • Maria Carmen Punzi, Karin van Wingerde, Richard Staring, Lieselot Bisschop, Semiha Denktas, Stijntje Dijk & Martijn de Jong (13 November 2023) - GLOBAL ROUND UP SECTOR WEEKLY: UNIVERSITY NEWSLETTER OF WEEK-ENDED NOV 12, 2023
  • Karin van Wingerde, Richard Staring & Lieselot Bisschop (9 November 2023) - Criminology research group winner of the 2023 Research Prize
  • Lieselot Bisschop (31 October 2023) - Studio Erasmus Interview over de strafzaak van de PFAS vervuiling
  • Yogi Hendlin & Lieselot Bisschop (29 June 2023) - Chemical factory in Dordrecht has known about serious health risks of PFAS for decades
  • Yogi Hendlin & Lieselot Bisschop (21 June 2023) - -Erasmus University Rotterdam : Chemical factory Dordrecht knew about serious health risks of PFAS for decades
  • Yogi Hendlin & Lieselot Bisschop (20 June 2023) - Chemical factory Dordrecht knew about serious health risks of PFAS for decades
  • René Repasi, Lieselot Bisschop, Ana Vasques & Gera Noordzij (19 June 2023) - GLOBAL ROUND UP SECTOR WEEKLY: UNIVERSITY NEWSLETTER OF WEEK-ENDED JUN 18, 2023

  • Karin van Wingerde, Lieselot Bisschop, Robby Roks & Richard Staring (2024) - FORT-PORT Kick-off
  • Lieselot Bisschop (2024) - Vulnerabilities for drug trafficking in port infrastructure and port governance. Lessons learned in and around Rotterdam, Port and Terminal Seminar
  • Lieselot Bisschop (2024) - Historical PFAS pollution as a state-facilitated corporate crime. Case study of Dordrecht Works DuPont de Nemours/Chemours Dordrecht Netherlands
  • Lieselot Bisschop (2024) - The Relevance of Infrastructure: Drugs Trafficking via the Port of Rotterdam
  • Lieselot Bisschop (2024) - OC i/t Netherlands: Drugs trafficking via Port of Rotterdam
  • Lieselot Bisschop (2024) - Voor altijd vervuild. Schadelijk gedrag vs. criminaliteit
  • Lieselot Bisschop (2023) - United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (External organisation)
  • 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 (2023) - Aard en aanpak van georganiseerde drugscriminaliteit via zeehavens: lessen uit Rotterdam
  • Lieselot Bisschop & Charlotte Colman (2023) - Een terugblik op de ontwikkelingen in de publieke(-private) aanpak van georganiseerde drugscriminaliteit in de Rotterdamse en Antwerpse haven

  • Lieselot Bisschop, Robby Roks, Richard Staring & Karin van Wingerde (2023) - Erasmus Research Prize 2023
  • Lieselot Bisschop, S Strobl & J Viollaz (2019) - Outstanding Article Award 2019 for article "Getting Into Deep Water: Coastal Land Loss and State-Corporate Crime in the Louisiana Bayou" published in the British Journal of Criminology
  • Lieselot Bisschop (2014) - Rudi Verheyen Award for research with a particular relevance for environmental policy

Corporate & White-collar crime and Gover

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2023
Course Code
RQ89

Thesis Master Criminology

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2023
Course Code
RS127

Research module II: European Union crimi

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2023
Course Code
RIMC09

Research module III: Global discourse an

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2023
Course Code
RIMC10

Research module IV: Power relations and

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2023
Course Code
RIMC11

Organised Crime and governance

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2023
Course Code
RIMC12

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

Organised Crime and Governance

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2023
Course Code
RQ96

Thesis Master Criminology

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2023
Course Code
RS133

Level
overig
Year Level
overig
Year
2023
Course Code
RMINS01

News regarding prof.dr. (Lieselot) LCJ Bisschop

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.

Chemical factory in Dordrecht has known about serious health risks of PFAS for decades

Researchers from Erasmus School of Law are collaborating with Zembla journalists in reconstructing the timeline of PFAS contamination.
Lieselot Bisschop

Will new staff screening keep drug criminals out of our port?

Lieselot Bisschop, Professor of Public and Private Interests at Erasmus School of Law, explains the plans for a new certificate of conduct in the port.
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