Session 207: RP6 -> Measuring the Costs and Benefits of Crime Reduction
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 16
Place: W-Bristol
Session Chair: Jens Otto Ludwig, Georgetown University
The Benefits of Reducing Gun Violence: Evidence From Contingent-Valuation Survey Data
by: Jens Otto Ludwig, Georgetown University (Corresponding)
Philip J. Cook, Duke University
Measuring the Economic Benefits of Developmental Prevention Programs
by: Daniel S. Nagin, Carnegie Mellon University (Corresponding)
Monetary Costs and Benefits of Crime Prevention Programs
by: Brandon C. Welsh, University of Massachusetts Lowell (Corresponding)
David P. Farrington, University of Cambridge
Measuring the Public's Willingness-to-Pay to Reduce Crime
by: Mark A. Cohen, Vanderbilt University (Corresponding)
Sara Steen, Vanderbilt University
Roland T. Rust, Vanderbilt University
Evaluation Research: Measuring the Cost-Effectiveness and Cost-Benefit for a Substance Abuse Treatment Program
by: Kelly K. Browning, University of South Florida (Corresponding)

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