Session 138: RS103 -> Criminal Events and Criminal Offenses: Issues of Punishment and Displacement
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Wednesday, November 13
Place: Dearborn 2
Session Chair: Greg Pogarsky, University at Albany
Gambling on Crime: How Punishment May Encourage Offending
by: Greg Pogarsky, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Alex R. Piquero, University of Florida
The Criminal Event Perspective: Utilizing Multiple Theoretical Tracks to Understand Crime
by: Rob B. Tillyer, Simon Fraser University (Corresponding)
Does Crowding Breed Crime?: Crowding and Its Possibility for Bringing About Crime in the United States
by: Debernee S. Pugh, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Evaluating the Displacement and Free-Riding Effects of Lojack on Auto Theft Rates
by: Tomislav V. Kovandzic, University of Alabama at Birmingham (Corresponding)
Heith Copes, University of Alabama - Birmingham
Thomas B. Marvell, JUSTEC Research

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