Unité mixte de recherche 7235

Deterrence of a criminal team: how to rely on its members’shortcomings ?

Eric Langlais

[en]In this paper, we assume that a criminal organization is an agency where the Principal and the Agent have different sensibilities towards the risk of arrestation and punishment, and at the same time have different skills with respect to general organization tasks, crime realization or detection avoidance activities (i.e. allowing to reduce the probability of detection). In this set up, we first compare two regimes of exclusive sanctions (either the sanctions are borne by the Principal/beneficiary of the crime, or they are borne by the Agent/perpetrator of the crime), and we analyze the comparative efficiency of the various instruments which are at the disposal of public authorities to prevent corporation in criminal activities (frequency of control and level of monetary penalties). Finally, we study a case with joint liability.[/en]

AGENDA

lundi 27 juin 2022

Law, Institutions and Economics in Nanterre (LIEN)

Miriam Buiten (St Gallen Univ)

En distanciel à 11H30

From intermediaries to moderators of the internet: Should online platforms be liable?

jeudi 30 juin 2022

Doctorants

Zoltán Szücs | Gagnie Pascal Yebarth

Salle 401-402

Le rôle de la police municipale dans la satisfaction des attentes de la population parisienne en termes de tranquillité publique | Politiques publiques et externalités dans les jeux stratégiques de marché

vendredi 1 juillet 2022

Colloques et Workshops

9th Workshop on Economic Analysis of Litigation

lundi 4 juillet 2022

Colloques et Workshops

Webinar conjoint sur l’environnement et la santé dans les villes maritimes

lundi 18 juillet 2022

Colloques et Workshops

Workshop “Sustainability, Public Action, and Well-Being”

jeudi 1 septembre 2022

Professeurs invités

Stéphane Méchoulan

vendredi 16 septembre 2022

Colloques et Workshops

Tables rondes de macro-finance contemporaine

lundi 19 septembre 2022

Colloques et Workshops

Valeur, valeurs

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