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Volume 45, Number 3, August 2004

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INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMIC MODELS OF CRIME
pp. 677-679(3)
Author: Merlo, Antonio

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AN ON-THE-JOB SEARCH MODEL OF CRIME, INEQUALITY, AND UNEMPLOYMENT
pp. 681-706(26)
Authors: Burdett, Kenneth; Lagos, Ricardo; Wright, Randall

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WHAT ACCOUNTS FOR THE DECLINE IN CRIME?
pp. 707-729(23)
Authors: İmrohoroğlu, Ayse; Merlo, Antonio; Rupert, Peter

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RACIAL BELIEFS, LOCATION, AND THE CAUSES OF CRIME
pp. 731-760(30)
Authors: Verdier, Thierry; Zenou, Yves

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STREET CRIME AND STREET CULTURE
pp. 761-786(26)
Author: Silverman, Dan

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WHY DO GOOD COPS DEFEND BAD COPS?
pp. 787-809(23)
Authors: Benoît, Jean-Pierre; Dubra, Juan

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EDUCATION, WORK, AND CRIME: A HUMAN CAPITAL APPROACH
pp. 811-843(33)
Author: Lochner, Lance

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EMPLOYMENT, DETERRENCE, AND CRIME IN A DYNAMIC MODEL
pp. 845-872(28)
Authors: Imai, Susumu; Krishna, Kala

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A MODEL OF BUREAUCRACY AND CORRUPTION
pp. 873-908(36)
Authors: Shi, Shouyong; Temzelides, Ted

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CRIME AND POVERTY: A SEARCH-THEORETIC APPROACH
pp. 909-938(30)
Authors: Huang, Chien-Chieh; Laing, Derek; Wang, Ping

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RACIAL PROFILING OR RACIST POLICING? BOUNDS TESTS IN AGGREGATE DATA
pp. 959-989(31)
Authors: Hernández-Murillo, Rubén; Knowles, John

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