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The Economics of Crime by Zagros Madjd-Sadjadi

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Notes

Introduction

1. Anderson (1999).

Chapter 1

1. Hull (2000); Corcoran, Pettinicchio & Robbins (2012).

2. Holahan (1998). The exposition follows the example found in this article.

3. Finkelhor & Ormrod (2000).

Chapter 2

1. Nelson (1970; 1974).

2. Stigler & Becker (1977).

3. Becker & Murphy (1988).

4. Becker (1996).

5. This section is derived from the analysis found in Becker (1968).

Chapter 4

1. Coase (1937).

2. Stirling (1990).

Chapter 5

1. Block (2008).

2. Freeman (1996).

3. Vencill & Sadjadi (2001).

Chapter 6

1. Whiteside (1978).

2. For more information on this, see Block (2008).

Chapter 7

1. Marché (2004).

Chapter 8

1. Kelling and Wilson (1982).

2. Lott (2000).

3. Rock (1999).

4. Pew Center on the States (2011).

5. Human Rights Watch (2012). ...

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