Session 445: PP100 -> Advances in Research on Sentencing Under Guidelines
Time: 11:00AM to 12:30 PM on Friday, November 15
Place: Dearborn 3
Session Chair: Rodney L. Engen, North Carolina State University
Sentencing of Federal Drug Trafficking/Manufacturing Offenders: The Importance of Legal Environment
by: Celesta A. Albonetti, University of Iowa (Corresponding)
Ryan E. Spohn, University of Iowa
Modeling Sentence Length Decisions Under a Guidelines System: An Application of Quantile Regression Models
by: Chester L. Britt, Arizona State University West (Corresponding)
Recent Innovations in Multiple Regression Studies of Federal Sentencing Decisions
by: Paul J. Hofer, U.S. Sentencing Commission (Corresponding)
Kevin R. Blackwell, U.S. Sentencing Commission
Sentencing Disparity and Departures as a Mediational Process
by: Rodney L. Engen, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
Randy R. Gainey, Old Dominion University
Jeffery T. Ulmer, Pennsylvania State University

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