Investigating European fraud in the EU member states / edited by Alessandro Bernardi and Daniele Negri.
Contributor(s): Bernardi, Alessandro | Negri, Daniele.Material type: BookPublisher: Oxford [UK] ; Portland, Oregon : Hart Publishing, 2017Description: XI, 184 p.; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781509903597; 9781509903603; 9781509903610.Other title: Investigating European fraud in the European Union member states.Subject(s): Fraude -- Países de la Unión Europea | Fraude comercial -- Países de la Unión Europea | Fraud -- European Union countries | Commercial crimes -- European Union countries
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This book offers a detailed overview of the rules regarding criminal investigations into financial-economic criminality in the EU's main legal systems. These rules have become fundamental to the effective protection of the Union's financial interests. It undertakes a comparative study of six national legislatures (Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Poland, the UK) which serve as paradigms of the different judicial systems existing in the Union, in order to offer a complete overview of the different approaches to financial-economic investigation in the EU. The work is further enriched with cross–sectional essays that deal with the more general issues, such as data-protection and the future of investigations in the view of the establishment of the European Public Prosecutor's Office (or EPPO). This provides a wider perspective on the themes considered. The book also examines trans-national issues, providing essential context to the EU's legislative instruments intended to protect the financial interests of the Union.