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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Die deutschen Streitkräfte im Einsatz gegen Seeräuber / The german armed forces in action against piracy at sea

Pross, Dominik January 2018 (has links) (PDF)
Gegen Ende der ersten Dekade des 21. Jahrhunderts rückte eine lange in Vergessenheit geratene Bedrohung für die Seefahrt schlagartig wieder ins Bewusstsein der Öffentlichkeit: Die Piraterie. Überfälle von Seeräubern, vor allem auf Frachtschiffe, begannen sich zu häufen. Die Vorfälle, um die es in der Berichterstattung der Medien ging, spielten sich vor der Küste Somalias ab. Diese somalische Piraterie wurde schnell zu einem derart großen Problem für die Wirtschaft der westlichen Welt, dass bald über Maßnahmen zu deren Bekämpfung nachgedacht wurde. Als Mittel der Wahl wurden hierfür Kriegsschiffe ausgemacht. In der Folge startete die EU die erste maritime Militäroperation in ihrer Geschichte, an der sich auch Deutschland von Anfang an beteiligte. Diese Militäroperation, ”Atalanta“ genannt, wirft verschiedene rechtliche Fragen aus verschiedenen Ebenen des internationalen und nationalen Rechts auf, deren Beantwortung sich das vorliegende Werk zum Ziel gesetzt hat. Neben der Bekämpfung der somalischen Piraterie und deren Methoden werden dabei auch die historischen und soziologischen Hintergründe dieser Bedrohung für den freien Welthandel beleuchtet. / At the beginning of the 21st century piracy at sea rose up again, this time in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Somalia. This piracy turned out to be a major problem for international trade. As a result, several countries and also the European Union decided to launch a military mission to fight piracy in the Indian Ocean. The german armed forces participated in this military mission from the beginning. From a legal point of view this participation causes several questions regarding international law as well as german law. This dissertation aims at answering these legal questions.
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On legal thought leader and legal thinking especially concerning internal investigations

Bertram, Ariane 10 November 2021 (has links)
Der Artikel beinhaltet eine Einleitung, sowie drei Abschnitte zu den Themen 'the opinion & the legal thinking', 'internal investigations', 'the person of the mastermind in the future development of the law of internal investigations'. Außerdem ist ein Fazit zu den beschriebenen Themen enthalten. / The article includes three clauses concerning 'the opinion & the legal thinking', 'internal investigations', 'the person of the mastermind in the future development of the law of internal investigations', as well as a final conclusion.
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Editorial Gender and Compliance

DeStefano, Michele, Schneider, Hendrik 09 November 2021 (has links)
No description available.
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Gender differences in leader's compliant behaviour: an interview with Kerstin Grosch and Holger A. Rau

10 November 2021 (has links)
Interview mit Kerstin Grosch und Holger A. Rau über Gender Differences in Leader's compliant Behaviour. / Interview with Kerstin Grosch and Holger A. Rau concerning Gender Differences in Leader's compliant Behaviour.
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Rezension zu: Legal upheaval : a guide to creativity, collaboration, and innovation in law / Michele deStefano. Chicago 2008. ISBN 781641051200

Schneider, Hendrik 26 October 2018 (has links)
Founder and Content Curator of CEJ, Michele DeStefano recently published her new book Legal Upheaval: A Guide to Creativity, Collaboration and Innovation in Law, adressing the overthrow in the market for legal services and the associated challenges for the sector. Michele DeStefano is the founder and director of LawWithoutWalls and a Professor of Law at Miami Law. She is an expert in entrepreneurship in the law. Her scholarship focuses on the growing intersections between law and business and legal entrepreneurship.
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Cognitive dissonance as a prevention strategy: considerations on the prospects of neutralizing the techniques of neutralization

Schneider, Hendrik 04 September 2017 (has links)
In the light of Michael Walters’s declarations on the relationship of the perpetrator to the offense based on the theory of techniques of neutralization the article sets its sights on the structuring of in-house compliance programs in order to ensure internally prevention measures. In doing so the author states that those compliance programs should primarily rely on creating an atmosphere in which common neutralization strategies are not accepted. In order to be successful the companies need in-depth programs, which are goal-oriented. But there has to be a company interest in compliance as well. The “tone from the top” plays an important role when it comes to neutralization strategies. The essay shows the meaning of techniques of neutralization within the area of applied economic criminology.
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The role of intellectual beliefs and professional culture as a source of potential conflicts of interest

Shackel, Rita 04 September 2017 (has links)
This article explores the role of ‘systems of beliefs’ and disciplinary and professional norms and culture as a potential source of conflicts of interest in decision-making by professionals. In particular it argues that ‘intellectual’ views and professional values and agendas, may represent a potent source of potential conflicts of interest, which may not be readily recognised or fully understood across diverse disciplinary or professional settings, because of differing disciplinary/professional world-views, training and priorities. The article argues that there is a need for more open and honest cross-disciplinary conversations about how conflicts of interest are constructed and navigated in different scholarly and professional contexts. This is key to unmasking potential conflicts of interest that may unconsciously be sourced by particular intellectual views, positions and systems of beliefs, particularly when they are unquestioningly assumed to be beneficent. This discussion is important for decision-makers, such as university human research ethics committees and other cross-disciplinary institutional or organisational (corporate and non-corporate) decision-making or review bodies, for whom potential conflicts of interest are a core consideration in their activities and deliberations.
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Integrity culture as a forward-looking success factor

Dietzfelbinger, Daniel 04 September 2017 (has links)
Integrity Management is generally understood as a reaction to forensically relevant corporate situations of any kind whatsoever. A critical case occurs (corruption, cartel, and fraudulent transactions) and the call is made for compliance (for external control) and integrity (for internal cleansing). The following article sees it from a different perspective: Integrity Management as a proactive control factor of support in the implementation of strategic goals. Starting with a quick glance at historical positions of the ethical discussion and in conjunction with some pragmatic considerations on the topic of integrity, it will demonstrate, using a case from practical experience, how an organization uses Integrity Management to shape the culture and thus the character of the enterprise in such a way that Integrity Management becomes a fundamental component in implementing the strategy.
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Compliance management and compliance training in China

Li, Tiezheng 04 September 2017 (has links)
This essay provides an overview of the compliance management and compliance training in China. It explains the factors behind a growing awareness of compliance management among Chinese domestic non-financial companies. It also discusses some typical culture challenges discovered during the compliance trainings for Chinese companies and their newly established compliance function.
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The Compliance Officer and his guarantor position

Herzog, Siegfried 18 June 2023 (has links)
No description available.

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