Chapter 7: Crime and punishment
Crime and Punishment, examines the case for criminal law in relation to diffused hidden harm, and then derives the deterrence hypothesis and considers empirical studies of deterrence. Further topics include incarceration trends in criminal justice, capital punishment, asset forfeiture and related matters.
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