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Trend towards a New Punitivity? – Corporate Criminal Liability in Focus

Welcome to the ninth edition of CEJ. We are happy to announce the publication of a new highly topical issue of CEJ. This time we are reacting the current political debate concerning the implementation of legal entities criminal liability into the system of German criminal law. We aim to face the question whether or not this development can be seen as a symptom for a trend towards a new punitivity.

 

Editorial
Michele DeStefano & Hendrik Schneider
CEJ 2019, Volume 5, Number 2, p. 1

 

 

Articles

Does Germany need a new corporate sanctioning act?
Sebastian Jungermann
CEJ 2019, Volume 5, Number 2, p. 2-10

Discipline and punish
Prof. Dr. Hendrik Schneider
CEJ 2019, Volume 5, Number 2, p. 11-25

Draft bill on German corporate sanctions act
Thomas Grützner, Carsten Momsen & Jonas Menne
CEJ 2019, Volume 5, Number 2, p. 26-37

Corporate criminal liability in Sweden
Elvira Näs & Michael Nyman
CEJ 2019, Volume 5, Number 2, p. 38-48

Criminal liability of legal entities under Belgian law
Karel De Smet & Elke Janssens
CEJ 2019, Volume 5, Number 2, p. 49-59

Money laundering through consulting firms
Fabian M. Teichmann & Madeleine Camprubi
CEJ 2019, Volume 5, Number 2, p. 60-72

Book Review: Kooperationen im Gesundheitswesen auf dem Prüfstand
Fabian M. Teichmann & Marie-Christin Falker
CEJ 2019, Volume 5, Number 2, p. 73-76

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