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by Jens Ludwig,Justin McCrary,Philip J. Cook

Author: Jens Ludwig,Justin McCrary,Philip J. Cook
Subcategory: Business & Finance
Language: English
Publisher: University of Chicago Press; y First edition edition (October 15, 2011)
Pages: 624 pages
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Philip J. Cook is the ITT, Terry Sanford Professor of Public Policy and professor of economics and sociology at. .Hardcover: 624 pages.

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More information on purchasing this book 624 pages ISBN: 0-226-11512-7. Economical Crime Control: Philip J. Cook, Jens Ludwig (p. 1 - 39) (bibliographic info) (download) (Working Paper version). Contact Us. Working Papers & Publications.

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Philip J. Cook, Jens Ludwig. 399 K). Machine-readable bibliographic record - MARC, RIS, BibTeX. This chapter first appeared as NBER working paper w16513, Economical Crime Control, Philip J. Cook, Jens Ludwig

PDF On Jan 1, 2011, Philip J. Cook and others published Controlling Crime . encouragement and ideas. Ellen Meara, Jens Ludwig, John Monahan, Jennifer Skeem and Hank

PDF On Jan 1, 2011, Philip J. Cook and others published Controlling Crime: Strategies and Tradeoffs. This paper is prepared for presentation at the NBER conference on the Costs and Benefits of. Crime Control and Prevention, January 15 and 16, Berkeley, California. The authors are grateful. Ellen Meara, Jens Ludwig, John Monahan, Jennifer Skeem and Hank. We are particularly grateful to Jeff Swanson for.

Strategies and Tradeoffs. 7. The Role of Private Action in Controlling Crime Philip J. Cook and John MacDonald. 00 ISBN: 9780226115122 Published October 2011. 00 About E-books ISBN: 9780226115139 Published August 2011. Criminal justice expenditures have more than doubled since the 1980s, dramatically increasing costs to the public.

This paper is the introductory chapter for the forthcoming NBER volume Controlling Crime: Strategies and Tradeoffs. Cook, Philip J. and Ludwig, Jens, Economical Crime Control (November 2010). The Great Recession has led to cuts in crimi. NBER Working Paper No. w16513. com/abstract 1703306.

All opinions and any errors are, of course, our own. 419. 3 420 Sara B. Heller, Brian A. Jacob, and Jens Ludwig favors additional spending on enforcement activities.

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Controlling Crime : Strategies and Tradeoffs. by Justin McCrary, Philip J. Cook, Jens Ludwig

Controlling Crime : Strategies and Tradeoffs.

Economical Crime Control - Philip J. Cook and Jens Ludwig. I. Criminal Justice Reform. 1. The Deterrent Effect of Imprisonment - Steven N. Durlauf and Daniel S. Nagin.

 Criminal justice expenditures have more than doubled since the 1980s, dramatically increasing costs to the public. With state and local revenue shortfalls resulting from the recent recession, the question of whether crime control can be accomplished either with fewer resources or by investing those resources in areas other than the criminal justice system is all the more relevant.

Controlling Crime considers alternative ways to reduce crime that do not sacrifice public safety. Among the topics considered here are criminal justice system reform, social policy, and government policies affecting alcohol abuse, drugs, and private crime prevention. Particular attention is paid to the respective roles of both the private sector and government agencies. Through a broad conceptual framework and a careful review of the relevant literature, this volume provides insight into the important trends and patterns of some of the interventions that may be effective in reducing crime.