Making rules, breaking rules: Law, Crime and Society
The Heidelberg Research Center for Law, Society and Institutions (HCLSI) held its first public conference to present and discuss results of ongoing and recent projects by senior and junior researchers who are affiliated with the research center.
The fundamental question of the link between rule making on the one hand, and rule breaking by individuals and organizations on the other hand was at the center of the full-day conference program. In line with the central aim of the HCLSI, the program brought together several disciplines, including law, sociology, criminology, economics and psychology in order to gain new insights from interdisciplinary dialogue. In his final statement, Prof. Dr. Gerhard Dannecker emphasized the added value of such an interdisciplinary dialogue, which became visible during the discussions between presentations.
The conference was held in hybrid format to allow for online and in-person attendance.
Photos courtesy of Friederike Elias
Hörsaal 02, Erdgeschoss
Friday 24 June 2022
Friday, 24 June 2022
Welcome by Prof. Dr. Markus Pohlmann
Dr. Elizangela Valarini & Maria Trombini: Korruption in Brasilien
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Dannecker: Menschenrechtsverletzungen von Unternehmen
Prof. Dr. Deborah Hellmann: Rechtslage und empirische Befunde zu Femiziden
Prof. Dr. Reimut Zohlnhöfer & Prof. Peter Kirsch: Selbstermächtigung
Dr. Kristina Hoely: Evaluation des Ausführungsgesetzes zum Prostituiertenschutzgesetz
Prof. Dr. Rita Haverkamp: Legitimation des Notfalls – Legitimationswandel im Notfall
Dr. Lotta Mayer: Netzwerkforschung und Terrorismusprävention am Beispiel des NSU
Prof. Dr. Timo Goeschl: Keeping Promises: Credibility and Cooperation in Social Dilemmas
final remarks by Prof. Dr. Gerhard Dannecker, end of conference
Neue Universität, heidICON