Routledge studies in crime and society ; 32.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Making offenders pay 2. The fine as the ideal penal sanction in the age of the Enlightenment 3. The impersonality of money : why and how fines paid by an innocent third party were prohibited 4. The unequal distribution of money and the (un)fairness of fines : why and how fines were made affordable 5. The expansion of the fine in the twentieth century 6. The triumph of the day-fine system? National perspectives and comparative approaches 7. What next?.