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2004
Rosenfeld, Richard . The case of the unsolved crime decline. Scientific American. 290, (2), 82-89.
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1997
Rosenfeld, Richard . Changing relationships between men and women: A note on the decline of intimate partner homicide. Homicide Studies. 1, (1), 72-83.
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2005
Rosenfeld, Richard,  Wallman, Joel,  Fornango, Robert . The contribution of ex-prisoners to crime rates. Prisoner Reentry and Crime in America. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.
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2008
Lauritsen, Janet L.,  Oliver, Brian E.,  Schaum, Robin J.,  Rosenfeld, Richard . Crime and Victimization in the New York Metropolitan Area, 1980-2003: Comparing Victims' Reports of Crime to Police Estimates. Crime Trends web site, .
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2002
Rosenfeld, Richard . Crime decline in context. Contexts. 1, (1), 25-34.
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2009
Rosenfeld, Richard . Crime is the problem: Homicide, acquisitive crime and economic conditions. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 25, (3), 297-306.
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2011
Stacey, Michele,  Carbone-Lopez, Kristin,  Rosenfeld, Richard . Demographic change and ethnically motivated crime: The impact of immigration on anti-Hispanic hate crime in the United States. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice. 27, (3), 299-321.
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2005
Rosenfeld, Richard,  Fornango, Robert,  Baumer, Eric . Did Ceasefire, Compstat, and Exile reduce homicide?. Criminology and Public Policy. 4, (3), 419-450.
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1993
Rosenfeld, Richard,  Decker, Scott H. Discrepant Values, Correlated Measures: Cross-City and Longitudinal Comparisons of Self Reports and Urine Tests of Cocaine Use among Arrestees. Journal of Criminal Justice. 21, 223-230.
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2003
Dugan, Laura,  Nagin, Daniel S.,  Rosenfeld, Richard . Do domestic violence services save lives?. National Institute of Justice Journal. (250), 20-25.
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2004
Dugan, Laura,  Nagin, Daniel S.,  Rosenfeld, Richard . The Effects of State and Local Domestic Violence Policy on Intimate Partner Homicide. Violence Against Women and Family Violence: Developments in Research, Practice, and Policy. .
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2012
Baumer, Eric P.,  Rosenfeld, Richard,  Wolff, Kevin T. Expanding the scope of research on recent crime trends. NCJ 240204, .
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1999
Dugan, Laura,  Nagin, Daniel S.,  Rosenfeld, Richard . Explaining the decline in intimate partner homicide: The effects of changing domesticity, women's status, and domestic violence resources. Homicide Studies. 3, (3), 187-214.
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2007
Rosenfeld, Richard . Explaining the divergence between UCR and NCVS aggravated assault trends. Understanding Crime Statistics: Revisiting the Divergence of the NCVS and UCR. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.
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1998
Blumstein, Alfred,  Rosenfeld, Richard . Explaining recent trends in U.S. homicide rates. Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. 88, (4), 1175-1216.
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2001
Dugan, Laura,  Nagin, Daniel,  Rosenfeld, Richard . Exposure Reduction or Backlash? The Effects of Domestic Violence Resources on Intimate Partner Homicide. Final Report. NCJ 186194, .
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2001
Dugan, Laura,  Nagin, Daniel,  Rosenfeld, Richard . Exposure Reduction or Backlash? The Effects of Domestic Violence Resources on Intimate Partner Homicide. Executive Summary. NCJ 186193, .
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2003
Dugan, Laura,  Rosenfeld, Richard,  Nagin, Daniel S. Exposure reduction or retaliation? The effects of domestic violence resources on intimate-partner homicide. Law and Society Review. 37, (1), 169-198.
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2010
Rosenfeld, Richard,  Lauritsen, Janet . The Facts about New York City's Crime Drop. Crime Report. Mar 16, 2010, Center on Media, Crime and Justice.
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2007
Rosenfeld, Richard,  Fornango, Richard . The impact of economic conditions on robbery and property crime: The role of consumer sentiment. Criminology. 45, (4), 735-769.
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2010
Friedmann, Robert R.,  Rosenfeld, Richard,  Borissova, Nadia . Improving Crime Data Project. NCJ 237988, Atlanta, GA: Georgia State University, Statistical Analysis Bureau [producer], United States Department of Justice [distributor].
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1998
Baumer, Eric,  Lauritsen, Janet L.,  Rosenfeld, Richard,  Wright, Richard . The influence of crack cocaine on robbery, burglary, and homicide rates: A cross-city, longitudinal analysis. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. 35, (3), 316-340.
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1992
Decker, Scott,  Rosenfeld, Richard . Intravenous drug use and the AIDS epidemic: Findings from a 20-city sample of arrestees. Crime and Delinquency. 38, (4), 492-509.
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2014
Wright, Richard,  Tekin, Erdal,  Topalli, Volkan,  McClellan, Chandler,  Dickinson, Timothy,  Rosenfeld, Richard . Less Cash, Less Crime: Evidence from the Electronic Benefit Transfer Program. 19996, Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.
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