A Pragmatic Critique of Corporate Criminal Theory: Lessons from the Extremity

New Criminal Law Review (peer reviewed) (in symposium), 40 pages

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A criticism of corporate criminal theory, drawing on philosophical pragmatism, legal pragmatism and cases from the frontiers of international criminal justice. The paper argues that we need to embrace a pragmatic theory of corporate criminal liability that is forced upon us in a world as complex, unequal, and dysfunctional as that we presently inhabit. The article is part of a symposium on corporate criminal theory that also includes work by Markus Dubber, Tracy Isaacs and Meir Dan-Cohen.