Publications of our researchers

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  1. Coca Vila, I. (2020). Die strafähnliche Ausbürgerung von Terroristen. In E. Hilgendorf, M. D. Lerman, & F. J. Córdoba (Eds.), Brücken bauen : Festschrift für Marcelo Sancinetti zum 70. Geburtstag (pp. 1035–1052) Schriften zum Strafrechtsvergleich. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot.

  2. Albrecht, H.-J. (2020). Gewalt, Vergeltung und Schattenwirtschaften. In K. Drenkhahn, B. Geng, J. Grzywa-Holten, S. Harrendorf, C. Morgenstern, & I. Pruin (Eds.), Kriminologie und Kriminalpolitik im Dienste der Menschenwürde – Festschrift für Frieder Dünkel zum 70. Geburtstag (pp. 3–16). Mönchengladbach: Forum Verlag Godesberg.

  3. Carlos de Oliveira, A. C. (2020). The anti-money laundering architecture of Spain. In B. Vogel & J.-B. Maillart (Eds.), National and international anti-money laundering law : developing the architecture of criminal justice, regulation and data protection (pp. 399–533). Cambridge; Antwerp; Chicago: Intersentia. Retrieved from https://intersentia.com/en/national-and-international-anti-money-laundering-law-44480.html#open-access

  4. Kübel, S., & Wittmann, M. (2020). A German Validation of Four Questionnaires Crucial to the Study of Time Perception: BPS, CFC-14, SAQ, and MQT. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(22). doi:10.3390/ijerph17228477

  5. Vogel, B., & Maillart, J.-B. (Eds.). (2020). National and international anti-money laundering law : developing the architecture of criminal justice, regulation and data protection. Cambridge; Antwerp; Chicago: Intersentia. Retrieved from https://intersentia.com/en/national-and-international-anti-money-laundering-law-44480.html#open-access

  6. Vogel, B. (2020). Reinventing EU anti-money laundering: towards a holistic legal framework. In B. Vogel & J.-B. Maillart (Eds.), National and international anti-money laundering law : developing the architecture of criminal justice, regulation and data protection (pp. 881–1027). Cambridge; Antwerp; Chicago: Intersentia. Retrieved from https://intersentia.com/en/national-and-international-anti-money-laundering-law-44480.html#open-access

  7. Vogel, B. (2020). The anti-money laundering architecture of Germany. In B. Vogel & J.-B. Maillart (Eds.), National and international anti-money laundering law : developing the architecture of criminal justice, regulation and data protection (pp. 157–301). Cambridge; Antwerp; Chicago: Intersentia. Retrieved from https://intersentia.com/en/national-and-international-anti-money-laundering-law-44480.html#open-access

  8. Maillart, J.-B. (2020). The anti-money laundering architecture of Switzerland. In B. Vogel & J.-B. Maillart (Eds.), National and international anti-money laundering law : developing the architecture of criminal justice, regulation and data protection (pp. 533–639). Cambridge; Antwerp; Chicago: Intersentia. Retrieved from https://intersentia.com/en/national-and-international-anti-money-laundering-law-44480.html#open-access

  9. Maillart, J.-B. (2020). The anti-money laundering architecture of the FATF. In B. Vogel & J.-B. Maillart (Eds.), National and international anti-money laundering law : developing the architecture of criminal justice, regulation and data protection (pp. 11–69). Cambridge; Antwerp; Chicago: Intersentia. Retrieved from https://intersentia.com/en/national-and-international-anti-money-laundering-law-44480.html#open-access

  10. Maillart, J.-B. (2020). The anti-money laundering architecture of the European Union. In B. Vogel & J.-B. Maillart (Eds.), National and international anti-money laundering law : developing the architecture of criminal justice, regulation and data protection (pp. 71–155). Cambridge; Antwerp; Chicago: Intersentia. Retrieved from https://intersentia.com/en/national-and-international-anti-money-laundering-law-44480.html#open-access

  11. Rigoni, C. (2020). “Western Values and Cultural Archipelagos”: the Unfortunate Ruling of the Italian Supreme Court of Cassation n. 24084/2017 on the Kirpan. In L. Efrén Ríos Vega, I. Ruggiu, & I. Spigno (Eds.), Justice and Culture : Theory and practice concerning the use of culture in courtrooms (pp. 233–252). Napoli: Editoriale Scientifica Italiana.

  12. Engelhart, M. (2020). 20. Kapitel: Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika. In M. Busch, E. Hoven, M. Pieth, & M. Rübenstahl (Eds.), Antikorruptions-Compliance (pp. 479–507). Heidelberg: C.F. Müller.

  13. Gauder, K.-S. (2020). „Wieder in dieses normale zivile Leben reinkommen“ – Zur Bedeutung von Normalität im Wiedereingliederungsprozess haftentlassener Sexualstraftäter (PhD Thesis). Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg i. Br.

  14. Yuning, R. (2020). The Role of Individuals in the Compliance Program (PhD Thesis). Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg i. Br.

  15. Coca Vila, I. El derecho a un suicidio asistido frente a la prohibición de su fomento como actividad recurrente (§ 217 StGB) : Comentario a la Sentencia del Tribunal Constitucional Federal alemán de 26 de febrero de 2020, InDret : Revista para el Análisis del Derecho 501–513 (October 29, 2020). Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

  16. Coca Vila, I. (2020, October 29). Recensión a : Bernd Rüthers, La revolución secreta. Del Estado de derecho al Estado judicial. Un ensayo sobre Constitución y método (trad. de Francisco J. Campos Zamora), Marcial Pons, Madrid, 2020. InDret : Revista para el Análisis del Derecho . Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

  17. Frankenhuis, W. E., de Vries, S. A., Bianchi, J., & Ellis, B. J. (2020). Hidden talents in harsh conditions? A preregistered study of memory and reasoning about social dominance. Developmental Science, 23.

  18. Hörnle, T. (2020). Plädoyer für einen behutsamen Umgang mit Kristallkugeln. Zeitschrift für Internationale Strafrechtsdogmatik, 15(10), 468–470.