Session 361: MM13 -> Advances in Quantitative Methods: Criminological and Policy Implications
Time: 9:30AM to 11:00 AM on Friday, November 19
Place: Conv Ctr 204
Session Chair: Paul Gendreau, University of New Brunswick at St. John
Recent Developments in Nonparametric Methods and Their Relevance to Criminology
by: Haiyan Wang, The Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
D. Wayne Osgood, The Pennsylvania State University
Michael Akritas, The Pennsylvania State University
Efi Antoniou, The Pennsylvania State University
Relative Distribution Methods in Criminological Research
by: Chester L. Britt, Arizona State University West (Corresponding)
The Politics of Science in Criminology: The 'Maryland Scale' as a Translation of Crime Control
by: Adam Edwards, Nottingham Trent University (Corresponding)
Reporting Research Findings and Generating Rational Criminal Justice Policies: Making Ourselves Understandable to the People Who Count
by: Paul Gendreau, University of New Brunswick at St. John (Corresponding)
Paula Smith, University of Cincinnati
Claire Goggin, University of New Brunswick
Lisa Best, University of New Brunswick

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