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1999
Saffer, Henry,  Chaloupka, Frank . The demand for illicit drugs. Economic Inquiry. 37, (3), 401-411.
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2006
Dezhbakhsh, Hashem,  Shepherd, Joanna M. The deterrent effect of capital punishment: Evidence from a 'judicial experiment'. Economic Inquiry. 44, (3), 512-535.
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2000
Lott, John R., Jr. . Does a helping hand put others at risk? Affirmative action, police departments, and crime. Economic Inquiry. 38, (2), 239-277.
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2014
Lindo, Jason M.,  Stoecker, Charles . Drawn into violence: Evidence on 'what makes a criminal' from the Vietnam draft lotteries. Economic Inquiry. 52, (1), 239-258.
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2013
Corman, Hope,  Dave, Dhaval M.,  Reichman, Nancy E.,  Das, Dhiman . Effects of welfare reform on illicit drug use of adult women. Economic Inquiry. 51, (1), 653-674.
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1998
Grossman, Michael,  Chaloupka, Frank J.,  Sirtalan, Ismail . An empirical analysis of alcohol addiction: Results from the Monitoring the Future panels. Economic Inquiry. 36, 39-48.
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2011
Abrams, David S.,  Rohlfs, Chris . Optimal bail and the value of freedom: Evidence from the Philadelphia Bail Experiment. Economic Inquiry. 49, (3), 750-770.
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2003
Dee, Thomas S. Until Death Do You Part: The Effects of Unilateral Divorce on Spousal Homicides. Economic Inquiry. 41, (1), 163-182.
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1998
Levitt, Steven D. Why do increased arrest rates appear to reduce crime: Deterrence, incapacitation, or measurement error?. Economic Inquiry. 36, (3), 353-372.
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