Joint Projects

of the Department of Criminal Law and the Department of Criminology

Below you can find projects that were either carried out jointly by the Department of Criminal Law and the Department of Criminology or that were published in the Institute's series "Interdisciplinary Reports on Research in Criminal Law and Criminology."

For further information on a project, please click on the appropriate link. For some projects, information is only available in German. In such cases, please refer to the German version of this page.
Project namePerson(s) responsible
Limits on the Protection of Legal Interests in the Criminalization of IncestHans-Jörg Albrecht, Ulrich Sieber, Konstanze Jarvers
Criminal Law Reforms in MexicoUlrich Sieber, Hans-Jörg Albrecht, Jan-Michael Simon, Gerardo Laveaga, Alvaro Vizcainos
The Punishment of Serious CrimesUlrich Sieber
Conflicts and Conflict Settlement in Societies of the Middle EastHans-Jörg Albrecht, Ulrich Sieber, Jan-Michael Simon
Non-Prosecution Policies in the People's Republic of China and in the Federal Republic of GermanyHans-Jörg Albrecht, Michael Kilchling, Thomas Richter
Reform of Criminal Procedure in Latin AmericaKai Ambos
New Approaches in International Criminal JusticeKai Ambos
Application and Efficiency of the German Criminal Appeals Process in Light of International StandardsMonika Becker, Jörg Kinzig
Comparative Legal and Criminological Studies of the Termination of PregnancyAlbin Eser, Hans-Georg Koch
Environmental Protection by means of Criminal Law?Günter Heine
Joint European Project to Counter Organized CrimeVincenzo Militello, Jörg Arnold, Letizia Paoli
  • Last update: 16 July 2015
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