Visiting Research Fellow at TraffLab
April 2019 – June 2019
Hanna Maria Malik
Hanna Malik is a Researcher at University of Turku (Finland) and PhD-candidate at European University Viadrina (Germany) and a Visiting Research Fellow at TraffLab.
Malik holds a Master degree in Law from the University of Lodz (Poland), a Master degree in International Relations- German studies from the University of Lodz (Poland) and a Master of Laws degree (LL.M) from the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main (Germany). Currently, at the Center for Interdisciplinary Polish Studies at the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt an der Oder (Germany), she finalizes her Ph.D. entitled “Liability of collective entities in Poland in the view of the German longs-standing debate on corporate criminal liability”. The CCL laws usually shaped by the struggle between challenges of globalization on the one hand, and the notion of free market economy reinforced by the dogmatic arguments of individual criminal law on the other, are rarely used in practice. In the view of the upcoming fundamental reforms of the CCL both in Germany and in Poland, Malik´s Ph.D. project revisits the dilemma of corporate criminal liability as a regulatory response to corporate wrongdoing.
Since 2016 Malik is affiliated with the University of Turku in Finland, where she has participated in several comparative project, including research project on the alternative, non-penal approaches to tackle serious and organized crime as well as her individual research project founded by Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology (NSfK) “The formation of labor exploitation”. This project is an exploratory research study on the situation of Polish migrant workers (both permanent and posted) in Finland, Norway and Sweden. It examines the misuse of labor rights in a broader context of state-corporate crime scholarship. Malik´s research interests lie at the intersection of comparative criminal law, sociology of law, dialectics of law-making, and regulation of corporate power including corporate criminal liability, good governance and compliance approaches.
Within the overarching agenda of TraffLab, Malik will continue her research on labor exploitation in the context of state-corporate scholarship by critically examining the
possibilities of (regulated) self-regulation of corporate actors and the efforts of states and social partners to empower migrant workers.
Research at TraffLab: Within the overarching agenda of TraffLab, Malik will continue her research on labor exploitation in the context of state-corporate scholarship by critically examining the possibilities of (regulated) self-regulation of corporate actors and the efforts of states and social partners to empower migrant workers.
Hanna Mallik, Johanna Vanto, Liisa Lähteenmäki, Jalo Vatjus-Anttila and Jon Davies, A Critical Perspective on The Administrative Approach to Crime Prevention: The Case of Labour Trafficking, European Journal of Criminology (April 2022). doi:10.1177/14773708221092330 [Full Text]
Hanna Malik, WORKING EXPERIENCES OF POLISH WORKERS IN NORWAY, SWEDEN AND FINLAND - METHODOLOGICAL PREMISES OF THE RESEARCH PROJECT “THE FORMATION OF LABOR EXPLOITATION”, NSfK Research Seminar Report (2018).
Hanna Malik, THE FORMATION OF LABOUR EXPLOITATION - EXPERIENCES AND OBSERVATIONS OF POLISH WORKERS IN FINLAND, NORWAY, AND SWEDEN – INTRODUCTION TO THE RESEARCH PROJECT, NSfK Research Seminar Report, 325-32 (2017).