Routledge studies in crime and economics ; Volume 2.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -214) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Does deterrence work? 2. How, and do, criminals think? : the classical deterrence framework and the meaning of rationality 3. Some implications of the subjectivity of deterrence 4. Initial reflections : from within the traditional framework 5. Crime and criminal-justice practice : the context of deterrence 6. The criminogenic implications of official practice 7. Reflections II : amending the deterrence framework 8. Reframing deterrence 9. Applications I : eliminating overt drug markets : the "high point" strategy 10. Applications II : a thought experiment : the framework of a deterrence approach to domestic violence 11. Listening to Lysistrata.