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Revamping Anticorruption Criminal Law – Strategies and Consequences

Project description

New approach to anti-corruption criminal law

Transnational corporate corruption represents a rising criminal activity and a severe challenge for law enforcement prosecutors. Since 2000, anti-corruption norms have been increasing, leading to multi-jurisdictional criminal procedures due to the revamping of substantive criminal law, procedural criminal law and mutual legal assistance in criminal matters. Within this framework, a hybrid model of corporate criminal justice has emerged, leading to a non-transparent and exclusive form of conducting criminal justice. The EU-funded RevACLaw project aspires to provide an inclusive conceptual scheme for the study of revamping strategies leading to the hybrid corporate criminal justice model and assess the impacts of such a model. The project will focus on France, Switzerland, the UK and the USA, using an innovative interdisciplinary method.

Call for proposal

ERC-2019-COG
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Host institution

UNIVERSITE DE NEUCHATEL
Address
Faubourg De L'hopital 41
2000 Neuchatel
Switzerland
Activity type
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
EU contribution
€ 1 952 689,98

Beneficiaries (1)

UNIVERSITE DE NEUCHATEL
Switzerland
EU contribution
€ 1 952 689,98
Address
Faubourg De L'hopital 41
2000 Neuchatel
Activity type
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments