1. Make a list of all the EU treaties (with dates) and provide a ten-words-orless explanation of each treatys major contribution to European
Answer: The major Treaties are: Treaty of Rome (1957) established European
Economic Community, Merger
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The Cost of Crime in Canada
( I have included a few new numbers and data that are in process of being
developed for 2008.)
The cost of crime is important for any number of reasons.
First, the cost of crime has three distinct components: the cost
Notes: these are not a substitute for reading!
Robert Cooter and Thomas Ulen, Law and Economics, 3rd edition (Addison
Wesley Longman: 2000): 427-454.
Chapter 11: An economic theory of crime and punishment
As we have seen crime has been an important part o
If you find errors, let me know.
A Simple Model of Crime with Identical Individuals
One of the questions we may like to ask is whether some observed behavior is central to
social interactions. In the context of crime, few societies have not had sanctions
S. Easton Lecture 1 on Corrections Data
These notes are to set the stage for understanding the context of the more extreme consequences of the
justice system. It describes a few of the facts of the current state of the jail/prison system in Canada. 1
A Model of Deterrence
We might, following Becker, imagine that one component of the cost of a crime is
measured by an individual victims assessment of the damage the crime has done. If we
call that value, v, then multiplied by the number of crimes, vS, gi
Notes on Punishment and Rehabilitation
Why do we punish by incarceration? The usual summation lists denunciation, incapacitation,
deterrence and rehabilitation as the rationales for incarceration. 1 We know that incarceration is
Why Study Prohibitions in a course on Crime?
In a free society it is an often important and enduring limitation on freedom of choice
and as a matter of political philosophy it garners our interest.
2. Typically these prohibitions are of one or another
Is there deterrence and if so, how much?
Ln(Number of Crimes of each type)= a+b*ln(Average Sentence handed
down in the reference period)
Dependent Variable: LOG(NUM98)
Method: Least Squares
Date: 09/17/12 Time: 09:37
Sample: 1 184 IF NUM98>0