5 edition of European developments in corporate criminal liability found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 138 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
|Containing corporate crime : civil or criminal controls? / by Celia Wells A legal persons conscience : philosophical underpinnings of corporate criminal liability / by Ana-Maria Pascal The challenges of regulating powerful economic actors / by Laureen Snider and Steven Bittle State complicity in the production of corporate crime / by Steve Tombs Penalising corporate culture : the key to safer corporate activity? / by Rick Sarre The organisational component in corporate crime / by Maurice Punch Individual liability of company officers / by Neil Foster Squaring the circle : the relationship between individual and organisational liability / by James Gobert Environmental offending, regulation and the legislative balancing act / by Nigel South Investigating safety crimes in finland / by Anne Kaarina Alvesalo-Kuusi Financial crime and litigation : aftermath of shadow banking and subprime crisis / by Sheri Markose Concluding observations / by Kier Starmer Austria / by Ingrid Mitgutsch Belgium / by Amanda Jane Struby Czech republic / by Melanie Ramkissoon Denmark / by Melanie Ramkissoon Estonia / by TBC Finland / by Dr Anne Kaarina Alvesalo-Kuusi France / by Pascal Beauvais Germany / by Klaus Rogall Italy / by Cristina de Maglie Ireland / by Edward Fitzgerald Lithuania / by Deividas Soloveicikas Luxembourg / by Janis Dillon Netherlands / by Melanie Ramkissoon Poland / by TBC Portugal / by TBC Romania / by Ana-Maria Pascal Slovenia / by Janis Dillon Spain / by Melanie Rankissoon Sweden / by Tom Alexander Burton UK / by James Gobert.|
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