1. Strengths and weaknesses of the judicial protection in Germany Contribution
    Graebsch, Christine (2023)
    In: Cliquennois, Gaëtan (Eds.), The evolving protection of prisoners' rights in Europe, Routledge, Abingdon, (Routledge frontiers of criminal justice, ), pp. 98-110
  2. Intensified support for juvenile offenders on probation: Evidence from Germany Journal Article
    Engel, Christoph ; Goerg, Sebastian J.; Traxler, Christian (2022)
    In: Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 19(2), pp. 447-490
  3. “I wanna be somebody by the time I turn 25”: narratives of pathways into crime and reentry expectations among young men in Germany and the United States Contribution
    Soyer, Michaela ; Selzer, Janina L. (2021)
    In: Abrams, Laura; Cox, Alexandra (Eds.), The Palgrave international handbook of youth imprisonment, Springer, Cham, pp. 165-182
  4. Does electronic monitoring as a means of release preparation reduce subsequent recidivism? A randomized controlled trial in Germany Journal Article
    Meuer, Katharina ; Wössner, Gunda (2020)
    In: European Journal of Criminology, 17(5), pp. 563-584
  5. Identifying the rehabilitative potential of electronically monitored release preparation: a randomized controlled study in Germany Journal Article
    Schwedler, Andreas ; Wössner, Gunda (2017)
    In: International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 61(8), pp. 839-856
  6. Dominant court decision-making: Germany. Conditional release in Germany - Who decides? And who really does? Contribution
    Morgenstern, Christine (2014)
    In: Herzog-Evans, Martine (Eds.), Offender release and supervision. The role of courts and the use of discretion, Wolf Legal Publishers, Oisterwijk, pp. 109-135
  7. Repressive rehabilitation : crime, morality, and delinquency in Berlin-Brandenburg, 1945-1958 Contribution
    Evans, Jennifer V. (2014)
    In: Wetzell, Richard (Eds.), Crime and criminal justice in modern Germany, Berghahn Books, New York, (Studies in German history, 16), pp. 302-326
  8. Between reform and repression: imprisonment in Weimar Germany Contribution
    Wachsmann, Nikolaus (2014)
    In: Wetzell, Richard (Eds.), Crime and criminal justice in modern Germany, Berghahn Books, New York, (Studies in German history, 16), pp. 115-136
  9. Contradictions in German penal practices: the long goodbye from the rehabilitation principle Contribution
    Dollinger, Bernd ; Kretschmann, Andrea (2013)
    In: Ruggiero, Vincenzo; Ryan, Mick (Eds.), Punishment in Europe. A critical anatomy of penal systems, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, (Palgrave studies in prisons and penology, ), pp. 132-156
  10. Expected recidivism among young offenders: comparing specific deterrence under juvenile and adult criminal law Journal Article
    Entorf, Horst (2012)
    In: European Journal of Political Economy, 28(4), pp. 414-429
  11. Juvenile law and recidivism in Germany - new evidence from the old continent Journal Article
    Pichler, Stefan ; Roemer, Daniel (2011)
    In: University of Heidelberg - Discussion Paper Series, pp. 1-47
  12. The role of capacity in the adjudication and punishment of youthful offenders in Germany and the United States. A legal comparison Contribution
    Silverman, Emily (2003)
    In: Krakau, Knud; Streng, Franz (Eds.), Konflikt der Rechtskulturen? Die USA und Deutschland im Vergleich, Winter, Heidelberg, (Publikationen der Bayerischen Amerika-Akademie, 3), pp. 135-151