Session 219: PP46 -> Changes in Crime Rates
Time: 9:30AM to 11:00 AM on Thursday, November 14
Place: LaSalle 5
Session Chair: Colin Loftin, University at Albany
Are Changes in U.S. Crime Rates Time Reversible?
by: David McDowall, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Colin Loftin, University at Albany
Did Abolition of Parole Impact the Reported Crime Rates? A Comparison of Intervention Time Series Methods Using Arma and Structural Time Series Approaches
by: Richard McCleary, University of California, Irvine (Corresponding)
Sanjeev Sridharan, WESTAT
Siem Koopmans, Free University Amsterdam
The Changing Nature of Murder in Russia
by: Valeriy V. Chervyakov, Transnational Family Research Institute (Corresponding)
Vladimir M. Shkolnikov, Max-Planck-Institute
William Alex Pridemore, University of Oklahoma
Martin McKee, European Centre on Hlth Soc. in Trans.
Unraveling Trends in Arrests and Self-Reported Juvenile Offending
by: Ryan K. Williams, The University of Illinois - Springfield (Corresponding)

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