1. The implementation of international criminal law in Germany: The approach to modes of liability Contribution
    Nerlich, Volker (2023)
    In: Crippa, Maria; Jessberger, Florian; Meloni, Chantal (Eds.), Domesticating international criminal law. Reflections on the Italian and German experiences, Routledge, Abingdon, (Directions and Developments in Criminal Justice and Law, ), pp. 208-217
  2. Shortcomings and proposals for reform of the Völkerstrafgesetzbuch Contribution
    Steinl, Leonie (2023)
    In: Crippa, Maria; Jessberger, Florian; Meloni, Chantal (Eds.), Domesticating international criminal law. Reflections on the Italian and German experiences, Routledge, Abingdon, (Directions and Developments in Criminal Justice and Law, ), pp. 102-109
  3. Between international solidarity and “no safe haven”: The German Völkerstrafgesetzbuch 20 years on Contribution
    Burghardt, Boris (2023)
    In: Crippa, Maria; Jessberger, Florian; Meloni, Chantal (Eds.), Domesticating international criminal law. Reflections on the Italian and German experiences, Routledge, Abingdon, (Directions and Developments in Criminal Justice and Law, ), pp. 90-101
  4. “In police we trust?”—Confidence in the police among adolescents with and without a migration background in Germany Journal Article
    Krieg, Yvonne ; Lehmann, Lena ; Dreißigacker, Leonie ; Kliem, Sören (2023)
    In: European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 29(2), pp. 227-246
  5. “Your honor is not my honor”: Disenfranchisement and rehabilitation as a political battleground from the war to the end of the Weimar Republic Contribution
    Groot, Timon (2023)
    In: Groot, Timon (Eds.), Citizens into dishonored felons. Felony disenfranchisement, honor, and rehabilitation in Germany, 1806-1933, Berghahn Books, New York, (Studies in German history, 28), pp. 172-205
  6. “The blessing of the war”: World War I as a chance for rehabilitation Contribution
    Groot, Timon (2023)
    In: Groot, Timon (Eds.), Citizens into dishonored felons. Felony disenfranchisement, honor, and rehabilitation in Germany, 1806-1933, Berghahn Books, New York, (Studies in German history, 28), pp. 153-171
  7. “The chain of dishonor”: Petitioning for rehabilitation in imperial Germany Contribution
    Groot, Timon (2023)
    In: Groot, Timon (Eds.), Citizens into dishonored felons. Felony disenfranchisement, honor, and rehabilitation in Germany, 1806-1933, Berghahn Books, New York, (Studies in German history, 28), pp. 125-152
  8. Political offenders vs. common criminals: challenging the distinction Contribution
    Groot, Timon (2023)
    In: Groot, Timon (Eds.), Citizens into dishonored felons. Felony disenfranchisement, honor, and rehabilitation in Germany, 1806-1933, Berghahn Books, New York, (Studies in German history, 28), pp. 82-124
  9. Institutions of honor: A leveling society searching to protect its institutions Contribution
    Groot, Timon (2023)
    In: Groot, Timon (Eds.), Citizens into dishonored felons. Felony disenfranchisement, honor, and rehabilitation in Germany, 1806-1933, Berghahn Books, New York, (Studies in German history, 28), pp. 48-81
  10. “Rights of citizenship are conditional rights”: Disenfranchisement, honor, and trust in the criminal codes before German unification Contribution
    Groot, Timon (2023)
    In: Groot, Timon (Eds.), Citizens into dishonored felons. Felony disenfranchisement, honor, and rehabilitation in Germany, 1806-1933, Berghahn Books, New York, (Studies in German history, 28), pp. 19-47
  11. The German organ transplant scandal: The collective mindsets of physicians Contribution
    Pohlmann, Markus ; Höly, Kristina (2023)
    In: Dannecker, Gerhard; Dölling, Dieter; Hermann, Dieter; Höly, Kristina; Mitra, Subrata; Pohlmann, Markus; Trombini, Maria (Eds.), Organizational crime, Springer Fachmedien, Wiesbaden, (Organization, management and crime - Organisation, Management und Kriminalität, ), pp. 231-250
  12. The German organ transplant scandal: An analysis of court records and official documents from the medical association Contribution
    Pohlmann, Markus ; Höly, Kristina (2023)
    In: Dannecker, Gerhard; Dölling, Dieter; Hermann, Dieter; Höly, Kristina; Mitra, Subrata; Pohlmann, Markus; Trombini, Maria (Eds.), Organizational crime, Springer Fachmedien, Wiesbaden, (Organization, management and crime - Organisation, Management und Kriminalität, ), pp. 207-229
  13. Limits of formal regulation: How informal norms and criminogenic values affect managers’ readiness to corrupt Contribution
    Hermann, Dieter ; Pohlmann, Markus ; Klinkhammer, Julian (2023)
    In: Dannecker, Gerhard; Dölling, Dieter; Hermann, Dieter; Höly, Kristina; Mitra, Subrata; Pohlmann, Markus; Trombini, Maria (Eds.), Organizational crime, Springer Fachmedien, Wiesbaden, (Organization, management and crime - Organisation, Management und Kriminalität, ), pp. 165-189
  14. Compliance, integrity, and prevention in the corporate sector: The collective mindsets of compliance officers in Germany Contribution
    Pohlmann, Markus ; Starystach, Sebastian (2023)
    In: Dannecker, Gerhard; Dölling, Dieter; Hermann, Dieter; Höly, Kristina; Mitra, Subrata; Pohlmann, Markus; Trombini, Maria (Eds.), Organizational crime, Springer Fachmedien, Wiesbaden, (Organization, management and crime - Organisation, Management und Kriminalität, ), pp. 133-164
  15. German corruption cases reflected in criminal files - Individual or organizational deviance? Contribution
    Dölling, Dieter ; Hustus, Ludmila (2023)
    In: Dannecker, Gerhard; Dölling, Dieter; Hermann, Dieter; Höly, Kristina; Mitra, Subrata; Pohlmann, Markus; Trombini, Maria (Eds.), Organizational crime, Springer Fachmedien, Wiesbaden, (Organization, management and crime - Organisation, Management und Kriminalität, ), pp. 123-131