The Economics of Crime (Volume 22.3)

Main articles on The Economics of Crime , guest edited by Peter Wynarczyk

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Main articles:

The economics of crime perspective by Peter Wynarczyk

Why has crime fallen? An economic persepective by Derek Deadman and Ziggy MacDonald

Digital media and the economics of crime by Samuel Cameron

How useful is the economic model of crime in assisting the war against terrorism? by Dorothy Manning

Ethical Limitations on Criminal participation by Pete Wynarczyk

Other articles:

Adam Smith: revolutionary for the third millennium? by Lord Harris of High Cross

Pensions and Public Choice: the road to Myners by Terry Arthur

Better than Kyoto: Climate Stability Bonds by Ronnie Horesh

Columns:

In the city: The disgrace of American Capitalism? by Tim Congdon

Education: The International Baccalaureate by James Tooley

Technology: Digital wrongs management by Julian Morris

The Environment:

Doctors without brains by Roger Bate

Book reviews by:

Peter Clarke

James Le Fanu

Peter J. Buckley

Jim Bourlet

Edward Cline

P. Brickey LeQuire

Geoffrey E. Wood

Joe Little

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