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Title:Economics of Criminal Law
Format Type:Ebook
Author:Steven D. Levitt, Thomas J. Miles
Publisher:Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN:1845427831
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Category:Economics, Non fiction, Business

Economics of Criminal Law by Steven D. Levitt, Thomas J. Miles

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Economics of Criminal Law This volume brings together some of the most influential articles in the field of law and economics Together the chapters illustrate how economic theory and rigorous empirical analysis can shed light on some of the most important issues in social science and public policy namely under what circumstances individuals break the law and how sanctions can be structured to most effectively prevent such behavior This book will be an excellent resource for graduate students and researchers not only in economics but in other social sciences as well Brian A Jacob Harvard University US This is a superb collection of one of the most important literatures in law and economics The editors two of the most productive and gifted scholars in this area not only show the important historical evolution of the theoretical issues stemming from the seminal article by Gary Becker but they also give a survey of the leading empirical works on the most salient issues in criminal justice The editors introduction is a deft summary of one of the most significant contributions that economic analysis has made to the study of law Thomas S Ulen University of Illinois Urbana Champaign US The volume presents the seminal articles in the economic analysis of the criminal law The articles include the path breaking theoretical economic analyses of criminal behavior and the leading empirical tests of these theories The volume also contains the most prominent economic analyses of the substantive doctrines of criminal law and criminal procedure Other articles present influential applications of economic concepts and evidence to perennial issues in criminal law and criminal justice such as gun control drug prohibition and sentencing policy An introduction by the volume editors provides a comprehensive overview of the works included Economics of Criminal Law will be an essential source of reference for scholars graduate students in both law and in economics and practitioners

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