Session 111: MM6 -> Quantitative Studies of Crime and Criminal Justice Data
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Wednesday, November 17
Place: Conv Ctr 110/111
Session Chair: Robert Apel, University of South Carolina
Using State Child Labor Laws to Identify the Causal Effect of High-School Work Intensity on Crime and Substance Use
by: Robert Apel, University of South Carolina (Corresponding)
Alternative Approaches to the Analysis of Large, Administrative Criminal Justice Databases
by: Pamela K. Lattimore, RTI International/Univ. of South Carolina (Corresponding)
Christopher P. Krebs, RTI International
Alexander J. Cowell, RTI International
Willem Koetse, RTI International
Simultaneous Marginal Logit Models for Multiple Response Data
by: Glenn D. Deane, University at Albany (Corresponding)
David P. Armstrong, University at Albany
Richard B. Felson, The Pennsylvania State University

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