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See detailLes activités criminalités organisées en matière environnementale: Quelques réflexions en vue d'une réponse internationale
Rodopoulos, Ioannis UL

in Neyret, Laurent (Ed.) Des écocrimes à l'écocide: Le droit pénal au secours de l'environnement (2015)

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See detailΗθικοί πανικοί, καταστάσεις άρνησης και οργανωμένο έγκλημα
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in Καρύδης, Βασίλειος; Χουλιάρας, Αθανάσιος (Eds.) Ηθικοί πανικοί, εξουσία και δικαιώματα (2015)

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See detail“Protecting Victims’ Rights in the EU: the theory and practice of diversity of treatment during the criminal trial. National Report: France”
Tricot, Juliette; Binard, Clément; Iliadou, Rita et al

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See detailLa crise financière est-elle (aussi) une crise du droit pénal? Esquisse d'une dialectique entre une crise factuelle et une crise normative
Rodopoulos, Ioannis UL

in Revue de Science Criminelle et de Droit Pénal Comparé (2013), (1), 1-22

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See detailCrise et système normatif
Rodopoulos, Ioannis UL

Scientific Conference (2012)

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See detailLa police de proximité en Grèce
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in Archives de politique criminelle (2011), 33

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See detailContribution à l'étude de la notion de crime organisé en Europe: L'exemple de la France et de la Grèce
Rodopoulos, Ioannis UL

Doctoral thesis (2010)

The presented study examines the juridical, socio-political and epistemological implications, caused by the insertion of the concept of organised crime into the European penal legislations, precisely the ... [more ▼]

The presented study examines the juridical, socio-political and epistemological implications, caused by the insertion of the concept of organised crime into the European penal legislations, precisely the French and Greek ones. Firstly, the study concerns the process by which the preexistent legal notions concerning criminal participation and group-based offenses have gradually been replaced by an allegedly univocal notion of organised crime, as well as the consequences of this substitution for the concerned juridical systems. This study of the “sein” of contemporary policy towards organised crime, invites us to think also about its “sollen”. The serious legal-dogmatic problems and the semantic entropy inherent to the concept, combined with the justified worries about the politico-philosophical orientations of contemporary criminal policy systems, lead us to rethink not only the utility of the juridicisation of a concept which is ontologically inappropriate for scientific treatment, but also the latent manichean tendencies behind this process; tendencies which, much more than organised crime itself, threaten the declared values of our societies and our justice systems. [less ▲]

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