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by David J. Pyle
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Criminal Law
  • Author:
    David J. Pyle
  • ISBN:
    0312228023
  • ISBN13:
    978-0312228026
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  • Publisher:
    Palgrave Macmillan (March 1, 1984)
  • Pages:
    216 pages
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    Criminal Law
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price for USA in USD (gross). Table of contents (9 chapters). Introduction to the Economics of Crime. Pages 1-7. Pyle, David J.

price for USA in USD (gross). The Economic Theory of Criminal Behaviour. Econometric Studies of Crime. The Economic Approach to the Optimal Choice of Punishment. The Provision of Police Services.

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The Economics of Crime and Law Enforcement.

Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9781349052479. Release Date: January 1983.

Economics examines crime as a special case of maximising behaviour

Economics examines crime as a special case of maximising behaviour. The literature has developed separately from the economic analysis of law as a part of mainstream applied economics, as economists have mostly concerned themselves, as does this chapter, with the economics of criminal deterrence. We examine deterrence hypotheses, empirical tests of deterrence, other influences on crime such as unemployment, and distinctions between violent and non-violent crime.

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Pyle, David J. Format: Book. The economics of crime. by: Rogers, A. J. 1929- Published: (1973). by: Kaplan, Lawrence J. 1915- Published: (1976). Criminals and victims W. David Allen.

An Economic Theory of Crime and Punishment 46. The book continues to cover the economic analysis of the law of property, torts, contracts, the legal process and crimes.

An Economic Theory of Crime and Punishment 460. 454. 13. Topics in the Economics of Crime and Punishment. What began as a scholarly niche has grown into one of the most widely used tools of legal analysis. The subject has spread from the United States to many other countries.

The economic analysis of crime is a fascinating field, yet one not well represented in the undergraduate . Overall, the book is an important contribution. I will definitely be using it in the economics of crime course I currently teach

The economic analysis of crime is a fascinating field, yet one not well represented in the undergraduate economics curriculum. More advanced students and professional economists will also find much to interest them, for there is an engaging blend of theory, case study, history, and data, which all readers will learn from. I will definitely be using it in the economics of crime course I currently teach. -Matthew Manning, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University, Australia.