Research Handbook on EU Criminal Law (inbunden)
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Research Handbook on EU Criminal Law (inbunden)

Research Handbook on EU Criminal Law

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EU criminal law is one of the fastest evolving, but also challenging, policy areas and fields of law. This Handbook provides a comprehensive and advanced analysis of EU criminal law as a structurally and constitutionally unique policy area and field of research.With contributions from leading experts, focusing on their respective fields of research, the book is preoccupied with defining cross-border or 'Euro-crimes', while allowing Member States to sanction criminal behaviour through mutual cooperation. It contains a web of institutions, agencies and external liaisons, which ensure the protection of EU citizens from serious crime, while protecting the fundamental rights of suspects and criminals. Students and scholars of EU criminal law will benefit from the comprehensive research present in this Handbook. National and EU policy-makers, as well as judges, defence lawyers and human rights lawyers will find the analysis of current legal action, combined with proposed solutions, useful to their work Contributors: I. Armada, P. Asp, M. Bergstroem, P. Caeiro, I. Cameron, M. Coninsx, P. De Hert, E. Fahey, E. Fasoli, M. Fitzmaurice, M. Fletcher, F. Galli, S. Gless, J.A. Gutierrez-Fons, C. Harding, E. Herlin-Karnell, J. Hodgson, S. Hufnagel, M. Kaiafa-Gbandi, A. Kargopoulos, T. Konstadinides, H. Labayle, A. Lazowski, K. Lenaerts, K. Ligeti, L. Marin, V. Mitsilegas, T. Obokata, R. Sicurella, N. Vavoula, A. Weyembergh
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The handbook offers an excellent in depth overview of a new field of research that affects freedoms and fundamental rights of citizens and the punitive powers of States. It also shows that EU criminal law is not only about powers of the EU, but also about the European dimension of national criminal justice systems in an integrated European area. The combination of substantive, procedural and institutional dimensions of EU criminal law is a real added value for researchers and practitioners. --J.A.E. Vervaele, Willem Pompe Institute for Criminal Sciences, Utrecht Centre for Regulation and Enforcement in Europe, the Netherlands

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Edited by Valsamis Mitsilegas, Professor of European Criminal Law and Global Security and Co-Director of the Criminal Justice Centre, Queen Mary University of London, UK, Maria Bergstroem, Associate Professor of European Law, Faculty of Law, Uppsala University, Sweden and Theodore Konstadinides, Senior Lecturer in Law, School of Law, University of Essex, UK


Contents: 1. The European Court of Justice and Fundamental Rights in the Field of Criminal Law Koen Lenaerts and Jose A. Gutierrez-Fons PART I INSTITUTIONAL AND CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK OF EU CRIMINAL LAW 2. The Institutional Framework Henri Labayle 3. EU Competence in Criminal Matters Rosaria Sicurella 4. EU Criminal Law Flexibility: What Lessons from the UK Protocol 36 Saga? Maria Fletcher PART II THE HUMAN RIGHTS DIMENSION OF EU CRIMINAL LAW 5. EU Criminal Law and Fundamental Rights Paul De Hert 6. Fundamental Rights, National Identity and EU Criminal law Alexandros Kargopoulos 7. Mutual Recognition, Mutual Trust and Fundamental Rights After Lisbon Valsamis Mitsilegas 8. Criminal Procedure in Europe's Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: the Rights of the Suspect Jacqueline Hodgson 9. The Principle of ne bis in idem in Europe's Area of Freedom, Security and Justice Anne Weyembergh and Ines Armada 10. The Fate of the Data Retention Directive: About Mass Surveillance and Fundamental Rights in the EU Legal Order Luisa Marin PART III RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHER FIELDS OF LAW 11. Is Administrative Law Still Relevant? How the Battle of Sanctions Has Shaped EU Criminal Law Ester Herlin-Karnell 12. The Relationship between EU Criminal Law and Competition Law Christopher Harding 13. The Relationship between EU Criminal Law and Environmental Law Valsamis Mitsilegas, Malgosia Fitzmaurice and Elena Fasoli 14. The Interplay between EU Immigration Law and National Criminal Law - The Case of the Return Directive Niovi Vavoula 15. European Criminal Law and National Criminal Law Petter Asp PART IV EU CRIMINAL OFFENCES 16. Money Laundering Maria Bergstroem 17. Organised Crime Saskia Hufnagel 18. Punishing Corruption in the Public and the Private Sector: Key Issues on Current EU Policy and Rule-of-Law Challenges Maria Kaiafa-Gbandi 19. Terrorism Francesca Galli 20. Evolution of the EU Action against Trafficking of Human Beings Tom Obokata PART V CRIMINAL JUSTICE AGENCIES IN EUROPE'S AREA OF FREEDOM, SECURITY AND JUSTICE 21. Eurojust Michele Coninsx 22. Europol Sabine Gless 23. The European Public Prosecutor's Office Katalin Ligeti PART VI THE EXTERNAL DIMENSION 24. EU Criminal Law and EU Enlargement Adam Lazowski 25. Transatlantic Cooperation in Criminal Law Elaine Fahey 26. EU Anti-terrorist Sanctions Iain Cameron 27. EU Law and International Cooperation in Criminal Matters: A Tale of Legal Competence and Political Competency Theodore Konstadinides 28. The Relationship between European and International Criminal Law (and the Absent (?) Third Pedro Caeiro Index