xii, 360 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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Regulating Corporate Criminal Liability : An Introduction /Dominik Brodowski, Manuel Espinoza de los Monteros de la Parra, and Klaus Tiedemann Corporate Criminal Liability as a Third Track /Klaus Tiedemann Where Is the Moral Indignation Over Corporate Crime? /William S. Laufer A Psychological Perspective on Punishing Corporate Entities /Avital Mentovich and Moran Cerf Decision and Punishment, Or, Hold Bankers Responsible! Corporate Criminal Liability from an Economic Perspective /Patrick Bernau Corporate Criminal Liability from a Comparative Perspective /Marc Engelhart The Austrian Model of Attributing Criminal Responsibility to Legal Entities /Andrea Lehner The Belgian de'cumul Rule : A sui generis Approach to Criminal Liability of Corporate Agents /Emmanuelle De Bock "Triggering Persons" in "Ex Crimine" Liability of Legal Entities /Anna Salvina Valenzano Corporate Criminal Liability in Italy : Criteria for Ascribing "Actus Reus" and Unintentional Crimes /Camilla Cravetto and Emanuele Zanalda Mitigating the Risks of Corruption Through Collective Action /Gemma Aiolfi The New Money Laundering Law in Brazil : Understanding Criminal Compliance Programs /Eduardo Saad-Diniz The Concept of Defining and Combating Market Manipulation in Existing and Proposed EU Legislation /Anna Blachnio-Parzych Market Manipulation and Compliance /Axel-Dirk Blumenberg Towards an EU Strategy to Combat Trafficking and Labor Exploitation in the Supply Chain : Connecting Corporate Criminal Liability and State-Imposed Self-Regulation Through Due Diligence? /Yasmin Van Damme and Gert Vermeulen Corporate Criminal Liability : Tool or Obstacle to Prosecution? /Ana Maria Neira Pena Minimum Procedural Rights for Corporations in Corporate Criminal Procedure /Dominik Brodowski Compliance Programs as Evidence in Criminal Cases /Jordi Gimeno Bevia On Law Enforcement Through Agreements Between the US Regulatory Authorities and Foreign Corporations /Yurika Ishii Corporate Criminal Liability and Conflicts of Jurisdiction /Anne Schneider Transnational "Ne Bis In Idem" Principle and European Competition Law with Regard to the Different Approaches to Corporate Criminal Liability Among EU Member States /Aikaterini Tzouma The Fifth Crime Under International Criminal Law : Ecocide? /Jacqueline Hellman Corporate Involvement in International Crimes: An Analysis of the Hypothetical Extension of the International Criminal Court's Mandate to Include Legal Persons /Lynn Verrydt Equal Treatment and Corporate Criminal Liability : Need for EU Intervention in Public Procurement? /Wendy De Bondt Are There Any Suitable Sanctions for New Forms of Corporate Offences? /Devrim Aydin The New German Ringfencing Act Establishing Criminal Liability of Banking and Insurance Executives for Failures in Risk Management : A Step Towards Corporate Criminal Liability? /Thomas Richter Rethinking Corporate Criminal Liability /Joachim Vogel.
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