Session 26: RC1 -> Rational Choice Explanations of Crime
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Georgian
Session Chair: Michael D. McDonald, Binghamton University (SUNY)
Certainty, Severity, and Their Relative Deterrent Effects: Questioning the Role of Risk
by: Silvia M. Mendes, Binghamton Univ. - SUNY & Univ. of Minho (Corresponding)
Michael D. McDonald, Binghamton University (SUNY)
Sanction Severity and Criminal Deterrence
by: Daniel S. Nagin, Carnegie Mellon University
Greg Pogarsky, University of Arizona (Corresponding)
Comparison of Crime Trends in Europe and in the United States An Assessment of Current Theoretical Explanations
by: Martin Killias, University of Lausanne (Corresponding)
Marcelo F. Aebi, University of Lausanne
The Effect of Working at Home on Crime Rates: Macro Level Analysis Under the Rational Choice Perspective
by: Craig Rivera, University at Albany (Corresponding)
David C. Brody, Washington State University at Spokane
Heidee McMillin, Washington State University at Spokane

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