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This work deals with the development, objectives and methods of comparative criminal law. The wide-reaching study explores questions of positioning and of methodology. It also asks what the objectives and functions of comparative criminal law should be: whether they be theoretical, judicial, or legislative. Finally it assesses the future outlook for the discipline.
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Albin Eser is one of the great scholars in comparative and international criminal law, both in Germany and internationally... Eser's book is a tour de force of best practice in the academic and practical spheres of comparative criminal law research. -- Michael Bohlander * International Criminal Law Review *