Modern commercial criminal law has to be understood as the state's answer to its citizens' expectation of regulation and their need for orientation. The current state of development in criminal law stands out especially as it is now subject to the logic of the free market economy, the mechanisms of the political economy and the close connection of economy and public welfare in a previously unknown dynamic. The structural change of commercial criminal law can only be explained and understood by combining insights from economic and social history, sociology of crime and philosophy of criminal justice. From this standpoint, interdisciplinary research on commercial criminal law constitutes a very important contribution to criminal political and dogmatic basic research.
Gerold Ambrosius (Siegen, GER), Martin Asholt (Passau, GER), Stephan Barton (Bielefeld, GER), Susanne Beck (Hannover, GER), Luise Bendrick (Frankfurt am Main, GER), Nils Borchert (Gießen, GER), Peter Collin (Frankfurt am Main, GER), Jens Ivo Engels (Darmstadt, GER), Sheng-Yen Feng (Göttingen, GER), Thomas Fischer (Karlsruhe, GER), Boris Gehlen (Bochum, GER), David Gilgen (Bielefeld, GER), Luis Greco (Augsburg, GER), Hans Werner Hahn (Aßler, GER), Martin Heger (Berlin, GER), Matthias Jahn (Frankfurt am Main, GER), Thomas Jänicke (Hamburg, GER), Lukas Klug (Frankfurt am Main, GER), Milan Kuhli (Hamburg, GER), Johannes Mayser (Gießen, GER), Marc Reiß (Frankfurt am Main, GER), Viola Scharbius (Bielefeld, GER), Charlotte Schmitt-Leonardy (Frankfurt am Main, GER), Mathias Schmoeckel (Bonn, GER), Jessica Schröder (Gießen, GER), Felix Selgert (Wien, AUT), Susanne Selter (Plettenberg, GER), Sebastian Teupe (Bayreuth, GER), Thomas Vormbaum (Hagen, GER), Frank Weiler (Bielefeld, GER), Sascha Ziemann (Frankfurt am Main, GER), Tatjana Zimmer (Bielefeld, GER)