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In this penultimate volume the authors pursue methodological aspects of criminal law research and sources of criminal law, the scientific foundations of criminal law policy, theoretical issues of the constituent elements of crime, criminal responsibility and punishment, and methodological issues of the Special Part of the Criminal Code, with some consideration of foreign doctrines and legislation.
Turning to criminology, the authors consider the conceptual foundations and implementation of criminological policy in Ukraine, the role and modernization of doctrine, the impact of globalization on criminology, the institutional conception of and strategy for counteracting crime, and the role of punishment. This volume concludes with early reflections on the 2012 Code of Criminal Procedure of Ukraine, including the review of judicial decisions, the concept of “evidence”, and the role of the investigative judge.