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全球教席“云课堂”——Jeremy Horder:未能预防经济犯罪的公司刑事责任

全球教席“云课堂”33讲
 
详细信息
 
题目:未能预防经济犯罪的公司刑事责任(Corporate Criminal Liability for Failure to Prevent Economic Crime
 
时间:2021年9月21日(周二)17:00-18:30
 
腾讯会议ID:273 368 448
 
开讲学者:
Jeremy Horder(英国伦敦政治经济学院法学教授、英国人文和社会科学院院士、中殿律师学院名誉委员)
 
主持人:
江溯(北京大学法学院副教授)
 
开讲学者简介:
Jeremy Horder 是英国伦敦政治经济学院的刑法学教授、英国人文和社会科学院院士和中殿律师学院名誉委员,并拥有赫尔大学荣誉法学博士学位。从赫尔大学和牛津大学毕业后,他在牛津大学耶稣学院和伍斯特学院担任研究员。他于 1998 至 2000 年担任牛津大学法律系系主任,2005 至 2010 年任英格兰和威尔士法律改革委员会成员,主要负责刑法改革。他于 2010 至 2013 年担任伦敦大学国王学院 Edmund-Davies 讲席刑法学教授。他还是“无罪也要正义”志愿组织执委会的成员,该组织致力于帮助那些因非法谋杀而支离破碎、但案件主要嫌犯被无罪开释的家庭。2018 年,Jeremy Horder 的最新专著《公职渎职论刑》由牛津大学出版社付梓。
 
Jeremy Horder is the Professor of Criminal Law at the London School of Economics, he is also an Honorary Bencher of the Middle Temple and holds an Honorary LL.D from the University of Hull. He graduated from the Universities of Hull and Oxford before taking up a Research Fellowship at Jesus College, Oxford. He then became the Porjes Trust Tutorial Fellow in Law at Worcester College, Oxford. He was Chairman of Oxford’s Faculty of Law from 1998-2000. From 2005-2010, he was a Law Commissioner for England and Wales, with responsibility for criminal law reform, before becoming Edmund Davies Professor of Criminal Law at King’s College London, from 2010-2013. He is a member of the steering committee for “Justice after Acquittal”, a voluntary organization helping families after one of their members has been unlawfully killed but the main suspect has been acquitted. His latest book Criminal Misconduct in Office (Oxford University Press) came off the press in 2018.
 
讲座摘要:
本次讲座将讨论国家预防和惩罚国际公司犯罪的权力。讲座将特别关注美国(和英国)对与中国有联系的、被指控参与贿赂和腐败的公司行使司法管辖权的权利。中国是《联合国反腐败公约》的签约国,该公约要求各国打击国际贿赂和腐败。然而,美国和英国也是经合组织《反贿赂公约》的签约国,该公约要求各国建立广泛的国际司法管辖权。美国利用其国际司法管辖权对公司采取积极的反腐败措施,似乎可能会导致(例如)与“一带一路”倡议有关的中国公司及其子公司成为目标。应对这种策略的方法是中国自身继续执行其强有力的反腐败政策。
 
In this lecture I consider the power of states to prevent and punish international corporate crime. My particular focus is the ability of the USA (and UK) to claim jurisdiction over companies with connections to China which are alleged to have been involved in bribery and corruption. China is a signatory to the UN Convention Against Corruption, which requires states to tackle international bribery and corruption. However, the US and the UK are also signatories to the OECD anti-bribery convention, which requires states to establish a broad international jurisdiction. It seems likely that an aggressive anti-corruption approach towards companies by the US, using its international jurisdiction, may lead to, for example, Chinese companies and their subsidiaries being targeted in relation to the belt-and-road initiative. The way to counter such tactics is for China itself to continue with its strong anti-corruption policy.
 
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