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Zoltán Levente Fejes

Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA

Institution web page: http://a-capp.msu.edu/about-us
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Born: 1981

Interests: Criminology, Criminal justice, Product counterfeiting, Anti-counterfeiting strategies, Intellectual property, Public policy

Details:
Zoltán Levente Fejes is a doctoral candidate at the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University. Before becoming a research collaborator for the Center for Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection and the Program on Police Consolidation and Shared Services at Michigan State University, he earned his BA in Political Science and MA in Nonprofit Organization Management from Babes-Bolyai University.

He is currently conducting a research that examines the ability of two core criminological theories of explaining volitional consumption of counterfeit goods. His main research interest is product counterfeiting, including cue utilization by consumers and law enforcement in the detection of counterfeit products, the harmful effects of product counterfeiting on global economy and public health, the development of public policy aimed at deterring the manufacturing and marketing, as well as of the consumption of fake goods. His area of expertise includes anti-counterfeiting strategies, consumer behavior and public policy.

Selected publications:
• Hollis, M. E., Fejes, Z. L., Fenoff, R., & Wilson, J. M. . Routine activities and product counterfeiting: a research note. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 39(3), 2015.
• Fejes, Z. L. & Wilson, J. M. . Cue utilization in the product authentication process: a framework and research agenda for product counterfeit prevention. Fejes, Z. L., & Wilson, J. M. (2013). Cue utilization in the product authentication process: a framework and research agendaInternational Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 37(4), pp. 317-340, 2013.
• Spink, J. & Fejes, Z. L. . A review of the economic impact of counterfeiting and piracy methodologies and assessment of currently utilized estimates. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 36 (4), pp. 249-271, 2012.


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