Chapter 6: Police, Prisons, and Punishment: The Empirical Evidence on Crime Deterrence
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6 Police, prisons, and punishment: the empirical evidence on crime deterrence1 Jonathan Klick and Alexander Tabarrok INTRODUCTION Spending on the criminal justice system in the USA is enormous. In 2007, spending on police and prisons amounted to m...

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