This work examines the interactions between crime, economic performance and social exclusion. It provides investigations on the basis of international panel data sets from different levels of regional aggregation.1 8 out of 20 estimates have the expected (positive) sign, and 1 1 show significance. ... census tracts from 1979-1981, Crutchfield (1989) could not find any significance for the aquot;full time workaquot; variable in the regressions for murder, assault, rape, and robbery. ... There are five recent papers assessing this interesting trade-off, three of which are solely theoretical (Demougin and Schwager 1999, 2000 andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Crime in Europe|
|Author||:||Horst Entorf, Hannes Spengler|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2002-03-06|