1. Criminal responsibility for corporate crimes in Germany? The never ending story to finally get (to) the corporate actor Contribution
    Schmitt-Leonardy, Charlotte (2022)
    In: Matiaske, Wenzel (Eds.), The 'Betrieb' as corporate actor, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, Baden-Baden, pp. 46-59
  2. Prosecutorial discretion Contribution
    Fyfe, Shannon ; Heinze, Alexander (2022)
    In: Ambos, Kai; Duff, Antony; Heinze, Alexander; Roberts, Julian; Weigend, Thomas (Eds.), Core concepts in criminal law and criminal justice, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 169-218
  3. Imputation of responsibility and intoxicated offending Contribution
    Gless, Sabine ; Jain, Neha ; Loughnan, Arlie (2022)
    In: Ambos, Kai; Duff, Antony; Heinze, Alexander; Roberts, Julian; Weigend, Thomas (Eds.), Core concepts in criminal law and criminal justice, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 95-131
  4. Causation and responsibility for outcomes Contribution
    Walen, Alec ; Weisser, Bettina (2022)
    In: Ambos, Kai; Duff, Antony; Heinze, Alexander; Roberts, Julian; Weigend, Thomas (Eds.), Core concepts in criminal law and criminal justice, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 57-94
  5. Crimes of endangerment Contribution
    Duff, Antony ; Hörnle, Tatjana (2022)
    In: Ambos, Kai; Duff, Antony; Heinze, Alexander; Roberts, Julian; Weigend, Thomas (Eds.), Core concepts in criminal law and criminal justice, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 132-166
  6. An expectation-performance gap between money laundering reporting officers and their directors – evidence from Germany Journal Article
    Haffke, Lars (2022)
    In: Journal of Money Laundering Control, 25(3), pp. 567-593
  7. Anti-money laundering regimes: a comparison between Germany, Switzerland and the UK with a focus on the crypto business Journal Article
    Wronka, Christoph (2022)
    In: Journal of Money Laundering Control, 25(3), pp. 656-670
  8. Risk assessment - The key to more security? Factors, tools, and practices in dealing with extremist individuals Journal Article
    Höffler, Katrin ; Meyer, Miriam ; Möller, Veronika (2022)
    In: European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 28(2), pp. 269-295
  9. More than a glance: Investigating the differential efficacy of radicalizing graphical cues with right-wing messages Journal Article
    Tomczyk, Samuel ; Pielmann, Diana ; Schmidt, Silke (2022)
    In: European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 28(2), pp. 245-267
  10. Linguistic radicalisation of right-wing and Salafi jihadist groups in social media: A corpus-driven lexicometric analysis Journal Article
    Müller, Pia ; Harrendorf, Stefan ; Mischler, Antonia (2022)
    In: European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 28(2), pp. 203-244
  11. Radicalization in adolescence: The identification of vulnerable groups Journal Article
    Schröder, Carl Philipp; Bruns, Jannik ; Lehmann, Lena ; Goede, Laura-Romina ; Bliesener, Thomas ; Tomczyk, Samuel (2022)
    In: European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 28(2), pp. 177-201
  12. A biographical perspective on processes of radicalisation Journal Article
    Meier, Jana ; Bögelein, Nicole ; Neubacher, Frank (2022)
    In: European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 28(2), pp. 155-176
  13. Relevance of data security and data protection in companies from the perspective of criminal law Contribution
    Momsen, Carsten (2022)
    In: Frenz, Walter (Eds.), Handbook industry 4.0, Springer, Berlin, pp. 41-71
  14. Feminism, science, and politics of infanticide in Wilhelmine Germany Journal Article
    Jackson, S. E. (2022)
    In: Monatshefte, 114(1), pp. 1-23
  15. Protest policing and public perceptions of police: Evidence from a natural experiment in Germany // Protest policing and public perceptions of police. Evidence from a natural experiment in Germany Journal Article
    Nägel, Christof ; Nivette, Amy (2022)
    In: Policing and Society, pp. 1-17