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How Black Markets Have Adapted to – and Shaped – the COVID-19 Crisis

How Black Markets Have Adapted to – and Shaped – the COVID-19 Crisis

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Co-author Topher McDougal, associate professor of economic development & peacebuilding at the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies at the University of San Diego, writes about how the COVID-19 crisis has affected many aspects of society, but perhaps none in such a complex and poorly understood way as in black markets, from booming sales of fake medicines and guns in the U.S. to rising illicit export of wildlife and poaching in Africa.

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