The Economics of Crime Control

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SAGE Publications, 1981 - Social Science - 312 pages
The authors, pioneers in economic research on the criminal justice system, apply their innovative economic paradigm and monetary measures to the seriousness of crime generation and crime control. The Economics of Crime Control will be essential for the library of every criminologist, economist, policy maker, university professor, and student concerned with the economics of crime and the newest approaches to understanding the criminal justice system.

'This book has pedagogical as well as reference value. It would be most appropriate as a supplementary text for a graduate course on criminal justice policy.' -- Policy Sciences No 14, 1982

'This is an excellent book directed primarily to the nonspecialist...I p

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Contents

PREFACE
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Defining Crime and Establishing Policies for Control
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Establishing Monetary Measures of
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