Prof Christopher Harding

BA (Oxon), LLM (Exon)

Prof Christopher Harding

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Noder: Mae gwybodaeth ychwanegol neu manylach ar y fersiwn Saesneg o'r proffil hwn.

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The search for evidence relating to the application and impact of EU legislation: Probing the national experienceHarding, C. & Banach-Gutierrez, J. B. 2017 (Accepted/In press) EU Criminal Justice Policy and Practice: Reflections and Prospects. Ouwerkerk, J., Oberg, J., Altena, J., Miettinen, S. & Sumoninen, A. (eds.). Netherlands: Brill, 21 p.
The Role of Whistleblowing and Leniency in Detecting and Preventing Economic and Financial Crime: A game of Give and TakeHarding, C. 2017 Challenges in the Field of Economic and Financial Crime in Europe and the U.S.. Katalin, L. & Franssen, V. (eds.). Hart Publishing, p. 95-11520 p. 5. (Hart Studies in European Criminal Law)
Sanction Accumulation in the context of business offending: The Full Force of the Law ?Harding, C. 2017 In : European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice.25, 2, p. 163-18726 p.
Protection of Property versus Protection of Commercial Transactions in French and English LawHarding, C. & Rowell, M. S. 2016 Transfer of Property and Private International Law. Carruthers, J. M. (ed.). 1 ed. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, Vol. 1, 9. (Private International Law)
Cartel Biographies: The researcher as story-teller and the preservation of the research wilderness on the inside of the subjectHarding, C. 2016 Reflexivity and Criminal Justice: Intersections of Policy, Practice, and Research. Blaustein, J., Armstrong, S. & Henry, A. (eds.). 1 ed.Springer Nature, p. 265-28823 p.
EU Criminal Law and Policy: Values, Principles and MethodsHarding, C. (ed.) & Banach-Gutierrez, J. B. (ed.) 2016 London: Taylor & Francis. 261 p. (Routledge Research in EU Law)
EU criminal law: National boundaries and the european penal rainbowHarding, C. & Banach-Gutierrez, J. B. 2016 EU Criminal Law and Policy: Values, Principles, and Methods. Banach-Gutierrez, J. B. & Harding, C. (eds.). London: Taylor & Francis, p. 37-5518 p. 4. (Routledge Research in EU Law)
Tasks for criminology in the field of EU criminal law and crime policyHarding, C. 2016 EU Criminal Law and Policy: Values, Principles, and Methods. Banach-Gutierrez, J. B. & Harding, C. (eds.). London: Taylor & Francis, p. 111-12414 p. 8. (Routledge Research in EU Law)
EU Criminal Law as an Emergent Regime: Editorial IntroductionBanach-Gutierrez, J. B. & Harding, C. 2016 EU Criminal Law and Policy: Values, Principles and Methods. Harding, C. & Banach-Gutierrez, J. B. (eds.). London: Taylor & Francis, p. 1-77 p. 1. (Routledge Research in EU Law)
The relationship between EU criminal law and competition lawHarding, C. 2016 Research Handbook on EU Criminal Law. Mitsilegas, V., Bergstrom, M. & Konstadinides, T. (eds.). 1 ed. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, p. 249-27122 p. Chapter 12. (Research Handbooks in European Law)
The European Union and Penal Competence: A Study of Evolving GovernanceBaker, E. & Harding, C. 2016 1st ed.Springer Nature. 256 p. (Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics)
EU Criminal Law under the Area of Freedom, Security and JusticeHarding, C. 2015 The Oxford Handbook of European Union Law. Arnull, A. & Chalmers, D. (eds.). 1 ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press, p. 837-86630 p. Chapter 32. (Oxford Handbooks in Law)
Cartel Criminality: The Mythology and Pathology of Business CollusionHarding, C. & Edwards, J. 2015 1 ed. Farnham: Taylor & Francis. 253 p.
Leniency and Criminal Sanctions in Anti-Cartel Enforcement: Happily Married or Uneasy Bedfellows?Harding, C., Beaton-Wells, C. & Edwards, J. 2015 Anti-Cartel Enforcement in a Contemporary Age: Leniency Religion.1 ed. Oxford: Hart Publishing, 30 p. (Hart Studies in Competition Law)
Game-playing and understanding decision-making within legal frameworks: the use of computerised simulationHarding, C., Garrett, S. M. & Wang, S. 2015 In : Information and Communications Technology Law.p. 1-1515 p.
The Interplay of Criminal and Administrative Law in the Context of Market Regulation: The Case of Serious Competition InfringementsHarding, C. 2015 Globalisation, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice: Theoretical, Comparative and Transnational Perspectives. Mitsilegas, V., Alldridge, P. & Cheliotis, L. (eds.). 1 ed. Oxford: Hart Publishing, p. 199-21820 p. Chapter 9
Representations of Governance in Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Europe: The Iconography and Dramatic Presentation of the Sovereign RulerHarding, C. S. P. & Harding, N. 2013 In : Law and Humanities.7, 2, p. 170-192
Cartel Biographies: Explaining and Understanding Business Cartel CollusionHarding, C. S. P. & Edwards, J. 2013
Hard Core Conduct as Crime: the justification for criminalisation in the European contextHarding, C. S. P. 2012 In : New Journal of European Criminal Law.3, p. 138-15214 p.
Fundamental Rights in European Criminal Justice: An Axiological PerspectiveHarding, C., Beata, J. & Banach-Gutierrez, D. J. 2012 In : European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice.20, p. 239-26425 p.
The Emergent EU Criminal Policy: Identifying the SpeciesHarding, C. S. P. & Banach-Gutierrez, J. 2012 In : European Law Review.37, 6, p. 758-77013 p.
The Anti-cartel Enforcement Industry: Criminological Perspectives on Cartel CriminalisationHarding, C. S. P. 2011 Criminalising Cartels: A critical interdisciplinary study of an international regulatory movement. Beaton-Wells, C. & Ezrachi, A. (eds.). Hart Publishing
Cartel Deterrence: The Search for Evidence and ArgumentHarding, C. 2011 In : Antitrust Bulletin.56, 2, p. 345-37632 p.
Regulating Cartels in EuropeHarding, C. & Joshua, J. 2010 2 ed.Oxford University Press. 440 p. (Oxford Studies in European Law)
A Pathology of Business Cartels: Original Sin or The Child of Regulation?Harding, C. 2010 In : New Journal of European Criminal Law.44, 1, p. 44-5815 p.
Capturing the Cartel's Friends: Cartel Facilitation and the Idea of Joint Criminal EnterpriseHarding, C. 2009 In : European Law Review.34, 2, p. 298-30912 p.
From past imperfect to future perfect? A longitudinal study of the third pillarBaker, E. & Harding, C. 2009 In : European Law Review.34, 1, p. 25-5430 p.
Human Rights in the Market Place: The Exploitation of Rights Protection by Economic ActorsHarding, C., Kohl, U. & Salmon, N. 2008 Taylor & Francis.
Criminal Enterprise: Individuals, Organisations and Criminal ResponsibilityHarding, C. 2007 Willan Publishing. 304 p.
Who Designed the Westphalian System? Probing the Epistemology of the Westphalian Debates: 'Moses was but a juggler and King James the new Solomon'Harding, C. & Harding, N. 2006 In : Law, Culture and the Humanities.2, 3, p. 399-41921 p.
Business Collusion as a Criminological Phenomenon: Exploring the Global Criminalisation of Business CartelsHarding, C. 2006 In : Critical Criminology.14, 2, p. 181-20525 p.
VINGT ANS APRÈS: Rainbow Warrior, Legal Ordering, and Legal ComplexityHarding, C. 2006 In : The Singapore Yearbook of International Law.p. 99-11618 p.
Why Go to Court in Europe? An analysis of Cartel Appeals, 1995-2004Gibbs, A. & Harding, C. 2005 In : European Law Review.3, p. 349-37022 p.
Forging the European Cartel Offence: The Supranational Regulation of Business ConspiracyHarding, C. 2004 In : European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice.12, 4, p. 275-30026 p.
Legal Provision in the Rural Environment: Legal Services, Criminal Justice and Welfare Provision in Rural AreasHarding, C. (ed.) & Williams, J. (ed.) 1994 Cardiff: Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru | University of Wales Press. 152 p.
Legal Education: Outreach to the Professions and the CommunityWilliams, J., Harding, C. & Ireland, R. 1988 In : Law Librarian.19, 1, p. 2731 p.