For students of international affairs, as political scientists and economists, as well as professionals involved in direct investment abroad and foreign investment insurance matters.
The book explores the issues of the general part of the criminal law as applied to economic crimes. The author espouses the idea of the economic criminal law as an independent sub-branch of the criminal law and systematically analyzes the criminogenic elements of the relevant crimes, the specifics of objective and subjective elements of crimes, stages of crime, complicity in crime, valid defenses, and punishment. The monograph is based on the modern criminal and other law of the Russian Federation (as of September 1, 2018), the law of the foreign countries, legal precedents, and doctrinal sources.
The book will be useful for scholars and practitioners, undergraduate and graduate students of law schools, as well as for the business community and all interested in the modern problems of the criminal law.
This book is intended for teachers at universities and business schools; for postgraduate and undergraduate students in the fields of Economics, Management, and Public Administration; and for professionals involved in planning and managing public procurement processes in federal and regional state agencies, supplier enterprises and contracting organizations.