A discrete spatial choice model of burglary target selection at the house-level

@article{Vandeviver2015ADS,
  title={A discrete spatial choice model of burglary target selection at the house-level},
  author={C. Vandeviver and T. Neutens and S. V. Daele and Dirk Geurts and T. V. Beken},
  journal={Applied Geography},
  year={2015},
  volume={64},
  pages={24-34}
}
This article studies how burglars select a house to burglarize. We draw on the rational choice perspective to investigate how burglars select a target by relying on house-related attributes to optimize a combination of perceived rewards, efforts and risk. It extends current applications of the discrete spatial choice framework to burglary target selection by adopting the house as the spatial unit of analysis and studies burglars' target selection process in a larger and more diverse study area… Expand
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