An Empirical Analysis of the Relationship Between the Uncertainty of Chinese Economic Criminal Law and the Crime of Private Entrepreneurs

Hongwei GONG

Abstract


Chinese economic criminal law embraces the blank description of crime and the special forms of normative constituent elements and the distribution of miscellaneous provisions, which has violated the clarity principle of the criminal law and is contrary to the scientific legislative guidelines. The results of the study show that not all unclear provisions will lead to the increase in the criminal risk of Chinese private entrepreneurs, that the simple blank description of crime will not lead to a sharp increase in the related crimes and that the special form of the normative constituent elements and miscellaneous provisions have greatly increased the judicial application of related crimes to private entrepreneurs.

Keywords


Blank description of crime; Normative constituent elements; Miscellaneous provisions; Private entrepreneur

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10648

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