Pantea, Marius
December 2011
Juridical Current;2011, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p175
Academic Journal
Financial and economic crime is not just a destructive element for the crimes in themselves but it also influences seriously the trust of participants on the market, the trust in the rule of law and its capacity to ensure economic and social order. In this article we are trying to present from a theoretical point of view the concepts economic-financial criminality operates with, in general, and the consequences it has upon national security and European Community. At the sate time we shortly present the new trends criminal organizations adopt in order to gain maximum profit - criminal enterprise and the concrete way criminality on vertical and horizontal level may seriously affect the EU interests.


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