Max Planck Institute for the Study of Crime, Security and Law

WE HAVE A NEW NAME. Following the appointment of a new board of directors, the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law has repositioned itself in the research landscape, a development reflected in its new name. In March 2020, we became the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Crime, Security and Law. The research conducted in our three departments – Criminology, Public Law, and Criminal Law – is comparative, international, and interdisciplinary. The overarching goal of research conducted at the Institute is to provide national and supranational criminal policy solutions for the fundamental challenges of our time. For further information on the reorientation, click here.


Recent publications

  1. Hörnle, T., Huster, S., & Poscher, R. (Eds.). (2021). Triage in der Pandemie. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck. doi:10.1628/978-3-16-160202-3

  2. Poscher, R. (2021). Das Infektionsschutzgesetz als Gefahrenabwehrrecht. In S. Huster & T. Kingreen (Eds.), Handbuch Infektionsschutzrecht (pp. 117–170). München: C.H. Beck.

  3. Hörnle, T. (2021). Ex-post-Triage: Strafbar als Tötungsdelikt? In T. Hörnle, S. Huster, & R. Poscher (Eds.), Triage in der Pandemie (pp. 149–186). Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.

  4. Coca Vila, I. (2021). Triaje y colisión de deberes jurídico-penal : una crítica al giro utilitarista. InDret : Revista para el Análisis del Derecho, 2021(1), 166–202. doi:10.31009/InDret.2021.i1.06

  5. Wössner, G. (2021). Sexueller Kindesmissbrauch durch Kinderpornografie-Konsumenten? DAS JUGENDAMT – Zeitschrift für Jugendhilfe und Familienrecht, 2021(1), 12–15.

  6. Von Danwitz, L. (2021). The Contribution of EU Law to the Regulation of Online Speech: the Glawischnig-Piesczek Case and what it means for Online Content Regulation. Michigan Technology Law Review, 27(1), 167–211. doi:10.36645/mtlr.27.1.contribution

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