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Defining Crimes: Essays on the Special Part of the Criminal Law (Oxford Monographs on Criminal Law and Justice) Hardcover – October 20, 2005

ISBN-13: 978-0199269228 ISBN-10: 019926922X

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This book..constitutes a welcome and timely contribution to what is undoubtedly a growing interest in this field The British Journal of Criminology

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Professor R. A. Duff, Department of Philosophy, University of Stirling
Educated at Oxford; after a year at University of Washington, Seattle, has taught at Stirling since 1970.
British Academy Research Readership 1989-91; Leverhulme Senior Research Fellowship 2002-05; FRSE 1996, FBA 2004. Professor Stuart P. Green, Louis B Porterie Professor of Law, Louisiana State University
Graduate of Yale Law School; has taught at Louisiana State University since 1995. Fulbright Distinguished Scholar in U.K. 2002-03.

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Stuart Green is a Professor of Law at Rutgers Law School, in Newark. His book Lying, Cheating, and Stealing: A Moral Theory of White Collar Crime (Oxford U Press, 2006) received the 2008 Outstanding Publication Award from the National White Collar Crime Center, and has been translated into several languages. He is co-editor, with Antony Duff, of Philosophical Foundations of Criminal Law (OUP, 2010), and Defining Crimes: Essays on the Special Part of the Criminal Law (OUP, 2005). His new book, Thirteen Ways to Steal a Bicycle: Theft Law in the Information Age, will be published by Harvard University press in 2011.

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