Abstract

This is a study of selectivity in the prosecution of crimes involving corporations and related individuals. More specifically, it investigates selective decision-making in the prosecution of financial crimes from a transnational perspective. Thus, part I focuses on the identification and 'right' balance of standards guiding and constraining selectivity in a multi-level legal regime, while part II evaluates this legal regime from the viewpoint of rights, justification and its conceptual nature."

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