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Citation
2008
Tomic, Aleksandar,  Hakes, Jahn K. Case dismissed: Police discretion and racial differences in dismissals of felony charges. American Law and Economics Review. 10, (1), 110-141.
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2009
Rasmusen, Eric,  Raghav, Manu,  Ramseyer, Mark . Convictions versus conviction rates: The prosecutor's choice. American Law and Economics Review. 11, (1), 47-78.
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2003
Dezhbakhsh, Hashem,  Rubin, Paul H.,  Shepherd, Joanna M. Does Capital Punishment Have a Deterrent Effect? New Evidence from Post-moratorium Panel Data. American Law and Economics Review. 5, (2), 344-376.
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2014
Roach, Michael A. Indigent defense counsel, attorney quality, and defendant outcomes. American Law and Economics Review.
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2009
Cohen-Cole, Ethan,  Durlauf, Steven,  Fagan, Jeffrey,  Nagin, Daniel . Model uncertainty and the deterrent effect of capital punishment. American Law and Economics Review. 11, (2), 335-369.
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2011
2007
Cook, Joseph P. On understanding the increase in U.S. patent litigation. American Law and Economics Review. 9, (1), 48-71.
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2003
Katz, Lawrence,  Levitt, Steven D.,  Shustorovich, Ellen . Prison conditions, capital punishment, and deterrence. American Law and Economics Review. 5, (2), 318-343.
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2009
Zimmerman, Paul R. Statistical variability and the deterrent effect of the death penalty. American Law and Economics Review. 11, (2), 370-398.
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2005
Boylan, Richard T. What do prosecutors maximize? Evidence from the careers of U.S. attorneys. American Law and Economics Review. 7, (2), 379-402.
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