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Economic determinants of crime in foreign countries. (Review of criminometric researches)

Economic determinants of crime in foreign countries. (Review of criminometric researches)

Journal of Institutional studies, , Vol. 3 (no. 1),
p. 133-149

In the article the principles of criminometric analysis, the determinants of crime rates, economic factors that affect crime rates are examined. The methodology and results of the economic determinants analysis of crime by Russian and foreign criminometric researchers are shown. Problems and prospects of criminometric researches are analyzed.


Keywords: institutions; crime; economic analysis of crime and law enforcement; economic determinants

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