Regulating Corporate Criminal Liability
Corporate Criminal Liability is on the rise worldwide: More and more legal systems now include genuinely criminal sanctioning for legal entities. The various regulatory options available to national criminal justice systems, their implications and their constitutional, economic and psychological parameters are key questions addressed in this volume. Specific emphasis is put on procedural questions relating to corporate criminal liability, on alternative sanctions such as blacklisting of corporations, on common corporate crimes and on questions of transnational criminal justice.
Highlights the advantages and disadvantages of various regulatory approaches to corporate criminal liabilityPursues a critical but pragmatic, interdisciplinary and international approach to corporate criminal liabilityOffers a comprehensive outlook on corporate criminal liability, including both substantive and procedural aspects