Celina Nowak

Celina Nowak
Polish Academy of Sciences | PAN

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Comparative criminal law, European and international criminal law

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The report was prepared by the Stefan Batory Foundation under the Public Integrity Programme. The programme aims at activities enhancing transparency of the public life (and in particular of the legislative processes), limiting corruption, nepotism and favouritism related to conflict of interests situations in the public life, and strengthening the...
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This chapter summarizes the research findings presented in the chapters on national criminal policies above in this volume. It also puts forward some recommendations to national policy makers aimed at improving national criminal policies on illicit tobacco trade.
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This chapter addresses binding legal provisions referring to combating illicit tobacco trade in international law and EU law. Analysis covers first the relevant provisions of the World Health Organisation Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. More detailed provisions in this regard are provided for in the Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in T...
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This chapter outlines the framework of the research presented in this volume. It starts with a notion that national criminal policies on illicit tobacco trade are a part of the national tobacco control policy, and at the same time a part of a general national criminal policy and points to the need for an in-depth research of national criminal laws...
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Globalization changed the Polish criminal law. During the last 15 years the Polish criminal law has been transformed under the influence of globalization. The purpose of this study is to assess the extent and character of this process. The change was mainly a result of the implementation of legal instruments adopted by international organizations,...
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The notion and theories on legal transplants and – more broadly – legal transplantation have been an object of interest in comparative law in the world since the 70s., especially in the framework of research on mixed legal systems. The theories of legal transplants remain rather unknown to the Polish researchers. And yet they may constitute a usefu...
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Reflecting the author’s experience of an expert participating in the study designed to assess the impact of various solutions that are to provide the criminal law protection of the EU financial interest, including the setting up the European Public Prosecutor (impact assessment study), this paper addresses the setting up of the European Public Pros...
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Polish accession to the European Union has contributed to an extensive change of the Polish legislation, including substantive criminal law. The implementation of EU legal instruments led in particular to a change of definitions of crimes – new crimes were introduced and also already existing definitions were changed. The article aims at presenting...
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The article focuses on a new legal discipline called ‘transnational criminal law’. In Polish literature it has been discussed how to name the complex legal discipline referring to substantive and procedural issues related to offences with foreign component or to offences directly defined in international law. Different terms were put forward. The a...
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This article deals with the execution of the penalty of deprivation of liberty. I assert that different criminal policies applied in European countries make the prison population grow and lead to the overcrowding of prisons.

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