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Economic Crime, Corporate Liability and Compliance

The Economic Crime, Corporate Liability and Compliance research line aims at analyzing innovative issues concerning corporate or economic criminal law. Indeed, the research line includes challenging themes like:

  • the corporate liability, considering the cross-border implications (eg supply chain corporate compliance; global compliance), and the enhancement of internal risk management systems (or compliance programs) by using machine learning or artificial intelligence technologies;
  • the study of economic crime through an interdisciplinary approach, including white-collar criminology, critical criminology, regulatory studies and organizational sociology, as well as the economic analysis of criminal law (Law & Economics);
  • environmental crime, from the perspective of the international and European framework;
  • domestic and transnational corruption phenomena, with particular regard to the role of corporate compliance as a prevention and policing tool, even within the public administration bodies.