National Criminal Law in a Comparative Legal Context.. Vol. 2.2: General limitations on the application of criminal law: Principle of legality – Extraterritorial jurisdiction. France, Greece, Korea, Portugal, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, Uganda. [Taschenbuch]

National Criminal Law in a Comparative Legal Context.. Vol. 2.2: General limitations on the application of criminal law: Principle of legality – Extraterritorial jurisdiction. France, Greece, Korea, Portugal, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, Uganda. [Taschenbuch]

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EAN / ISBN-139783428151165
Höhe23.3 cm
ProduktformTaschenbuch
Auflage1
Seitenanzahl272
HerausgeberDuncker & Humblot
Erscheinungsdatum 2017
InhaltsverzeichnisForeword – List of legal orders included and contributing authors – Comprehensive overview of project – Detailed outline of the country reports in volume 2.2 A. Principle of legality – nullum crimen sine lege France, Greece, Korea, Portugal, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, Uganda B. Extraterritorial jurisdiction – the applicability of domestic criminal law to activities committed abroad France, Greece, Korea, Portugal, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, Uganda Editors and authors
HauptbeschreibungThis publication is part of the International Max Planck Information System for Comparative Criminal Law, a project at the heart of the Institute's comparative legal research. One of its primary objectives is to develop a universal meta-structure of criminal law that can serve as the basis for the organization of material, enable systematic comparisons, and further the development of an international criminal law doctrine. This meta-structure is also a prerequisite for analyzing the various approaches taken around the world to shared criminal law-related problems, identifying general legal principles, and drafting international model codes. A second goal of the project is to provide access to data from the participating legal systems in the form of country reports organized on the basis of the aforementioned universal meta-structure. Towards these ends, a pilot project was carried out to analyze, structure, and present the general part of the criminal law in twelve legal systems. The results were published in five volumes from 2008 to 2010 (in German). In the meantime, the project is being continued in English, and the number of legal systems included in the study has grown considerably – with contributions from researchers at the Max Planck Institute as well as from external research partners. This volume contains fruits of this expansion (Greece, Portugal, Thailand, Uganda) as well as translated, updated, and revised reports from the pilot project (France, Korea, Sweden, Turkey).https://api.vlb.de/api/v1/asset/mmo/file/2c335fb1895f4cdf95ce9ab2bb459f55
Breite15.7 cm
SpracheEnglisch

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