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Criminal activity can be controlled by punishment, and by social expenditure both on enforcement and redistributive transfers which increase the opportunity cost of imprisonment. Individuals may diier in the combinations of these policies that they prefer. We study the dependence of these preferences on the individuals' characteristics and the nature of the(More)
Zeitschrift für die gesamte Staatswissenschaft in cooperation with / in Verbindung mit As one of the oldest Reviews in the field of Political Economy (founded in 1844), this Journal deals traditionally with problems of Economics, Social Policy and their Legal Framework. Manuscripts should be typewritten on one side of the paper only, double-spaced with wide(More)
Manuskripte sind zu richten an die Herausgeber und den Verlag. Manuskripte bitte nur in Maschinenschrift, einseitig beschrieben, mit doppeltem Zeilenabstand und breitem Rand einsenden. Es wird davon ausgegangen, daß es sich bei eingereichten Manuskripten um unver-öffentlichte Originalbeiträge handelt, die nicht anderwärts zur Veröffentlichung vor-gelegt(More)
Data contained in this report are preliminary and subject to change. Please obtain permission prior to citation. To give credit to authors, please cite the section within this report as a chapter in a book. Below is an example: Content correction made 8/21/2014: A correction pertaining to recurring conflicts on livestock grazing allotments was made to Table(More)
  • Christopher Carter, Advisor Dr, Oscar Felix, Jake N Cohen, Olivia Des, Chenes Spencer +35 others
  • 2013
Mission Statement The mission of the Colorado State University Journal of Student Affairs is to develop and produce a scholarly publication that reflects current national and international education issues and the professional interests of student affairs practitioners. Goals • The Journal will promote scholarly work and perspectives from graduate students(More)
Forensic psychiatry emerged as a professional activity in the United States during the first third of the nineteenth century when four major factors coalesced: the medicolegal vision of early American physicians, the introduction of new theories about insanity, the concern of early state governments with mental health, and the advent of marketplace(More)
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