Book 'Day Fines in Europe'
What if fines could be adjusted not only to the severity of the offense, but also to the income of the offender? What if the rich pay a higher fine than the poor for the same offense?
This fascinating topic of 'day fines' is covered in a book edited by our colleague Michael Faure and Elena Kantorowicz-Reznichenko (Erasmus University Rotterdam), published with Cambridge University Press.
Blog about day fines
You can also read a short blog about the topic of day fines and the book edited by Faure and Kantorowicz-Reznichenko here.
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