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The Interplay of Criminal and Administrative Law in the Context of Market Regulation : The Case of Serious Competition Infringements. / Harding, Christopher.

Globalisation, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice: Theoretical, Comparative and Transnational Perspectives. ed. / Valsamis Mitsilegas; Peter Alldridge; Leonidas Cheliotis. 1. ed. Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2015. p. 199-218.

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Harding, C 2015, The Interplay of Criminal and Administrative Law in the Context of Market Regulation: The Case of Serious Competition Infringements. in V Mitsilegas, P Alldridge & L Cheliotis (eds), Globalisation, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice: Theoretical, Comparative and Transnational Perspectives. 1 edn, Hart Publishing, Oxford, pp. 199-218.

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Harding, C. (2015). The Interplay of Criminal and Administrative Law in the Context of Market Regulation: The Case of Serious Competition Infringements. In V. Mitsilegas, P. Alldridge, & L. Cheliotis (Eds.), Globalisation, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice: Theoretical, Comparative and Transnational Perspectives (1 ed., pp. 199-218). Hart Publishing.

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Harding C. The Interplay of Criminal and Administrative Law in the Context of Market Regulation: The Case of Serious Competition Infringements. In Mitsilegas V, Alldridge P, Cheliotis L, editors, Globalisation, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice: Theoretical, Comparative and Transnational Perspectives. 1 ed. Oxford: Hart Publishing. 2015. p. 199-218

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Harding, Christopher. / The Interplay of Criminal and Administrative Law in the Context of Market Regulation : The Case of Serious Competition Infringements. Globalisation, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice: Theoretical, Comparative and Transnational Perspectives. editor / Valsamis Mitsilegas ; Peter Alldridge ; Leonidas Cheliotis. 1. ed. Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2015. pp. 199-218

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