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This book discusses in a Chinese context the criminal policy and legislation related to embezzlement and bribery, which are considered major problems of global significance in both theory and practice, and in so doing to demonstrate the progress made by the Chinese government over the last 30 years with regard to preventing these crimes. More specifically, it addresses a variety of issues, such as embezzlement and bribery legislation and its history in New China; the effects of legislation on judicial practice; criminological analysis of the causes of corruption crimes; related criminal statutes and their improvements; judicial interpretation, sentencing issues and prevention measures; the design and improvement of related criminal procedure; comparative studies on laws in relation to the punishment and prevention of corruption crimes; and international cooperation in the pursuit of corrupt officials.
In a word, taking the relevant history and current reality, as well as domestic and international prevention mechanisms into account, the book discusses the legal framework, evaluates its implementation, reviews the merits and shortcomings of criminal legislation and judicial practice, and puts forward legislative and judicial proposals regarding prevention mechanisms. It offers a comprehensive but accessible (academic) reference work for legal researchers, students, lawyers and all others interested in the criminal legislation and policy with regard to corruption crimes in China.