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Volume 10, Issue 3, June 2014
Special Issue: 'Liability, Responsibility and Accountability: Crossing Borders'
Table of Contents
Liability, Responsibility and Accountability: Crossing Borders
|Ivo Giesen, François G.H. Kristen||1-13|
|(Crime) Victims’ Compensation: The Emergence of Convergence||Abstract PDF|
|Renée S.B. Kool||14-26|
|Crime Victims’ Experiences with Seeking Compensation: A Qualitative Exploration||Abstract PDF|
|Marnix R. Hebly, Josanne D.M. van Dongen, Siewert D. Lindenbergh||27-36|
|Corporate Criminal Liability for Corruption Offences and the Due Diligence Defence: A Comparison of the Dutch and English Legal Frameworks||Abstract PDF|
|Bram Meyer, Tessa van Roomen, Eelke Sikkema||37-54|
|Let’s Think Twice before We Revise!
‘Égalité’ as the Foundation of Liability for Lawful Public Sector Acts
|Esther Engelhard, Berthy van den Broek, Ferry de Jong, Anne Keirse, Evelien de Kezel||55-76|
|Public Interest Litigation in the Netherlands
A Multidimensional Take on the Promotion of Environmental Interests by Private Parties through the Courts
|Berthy van den Broek, Liesbeth Enneking||77-90|
|Damages in Wrongful Death Cases in the Light of European Human Rights Law: Towards a Rights-Based Approach to the Law of Damages||Abstract PDF|
|Rianka Rijnhout, Jessy M. Emaus||91-106|
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