The Economic Dimensions of Crime by Na Na


The Economic Dimensions of Crime by Na Na

This book seeks to raise the profile of economic perspectives on crime and criminal justice. It includes exemplars and original contributions, welded into a coherent whole by commentaries on each chapter and annotated further readings. It includes sections concerning the economic analysis of crime and punishment crime and the labor market and modeling the system-wide costs of criminal justice policies.

About the Author

Nigel G. Fielding is a Lecturer in Sociology, Alan Clarke is Professor of Sociology, and Robert Witt is Senior Lecturer in Economics at the University of Surrey.

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272 pages


Na Na
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Publication date

14th January 2014



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