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In: Societas et iurisprudentia • 2023 • Volume 11 • Issue 1 • Pages 38-49 • ISSN 1339-5467
Abstract: Analysing from the point of view of criminology, the theoretical framework of economic crimes is currently implemented to highlight the investigative activity of those who are interested in approaching the phenomenon in a multidisciplinary context. They primarily involve the criminologists and are secondly organized around their efforts provided both at the European and international levels in finding adequate solutions to combat and to control the phenomenon of these crimes. The main activity in the field of criminological research is then related to maintaining high level of suppressive measures adopted by the domestic authorities, in accordance with the European and international ones, in purpose to gather such a result. The current paper is focused on the most relevant issues in the field of approaching serious crimes from a criminological point of view. The special focus of the research activity is that of analysing the crimes of money laundering and tax evasion, knowing that, in the area of economic crimes, they are the most dangerous phenomenon that existed in practice.
Key Words: Criminal Law; Criminology; Money Laundering; Tax Evasion; Economic Field; Combating Crimes; Preventing Crimes; Controlling Crimes; Serious Crimes; Romania.
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