Session 57: QT3 -> Cost-Benefit Analysis of Criminal Justice Programs and Policies
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Wednesday, November 19
Place: Plaza Ballroom D
Session Chair: John Roman, The Urban Institute
Incarceration and its Prevention: A Comparative Cost-Benefit Analysis
by: Steve Aos, Washington State Inst. for Public Policy (Corresponding)
A Proposal for Market-Based Policies for the Control of Crime Externalities
by: Graham Farrell, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Cost-Benefit Analysis of Criminal Justice Programs: What Role Does it Play in Policy? What Role Should it Play?
by: Mark A. Cohen, Vanderbilt University (Corresponding)
Evaluation of the Deschutes County Community Youth Investment Program
by: Peter W. Greenwood, Greenwood & Associates, Inc. (Corresponding)
Issues in the Practical Application of Cost-Benefit Analysis
by: John Roman, The Urban Institute (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Betty Chemers, National Institute of Justice

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