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2016
Spencer, Nekeisha O. Look what the hurricanes just blew in: Analyzing the impact of the storm on criminal activities. Journal of Crime and Justice.
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2016
Baumgartner, Frank R.,  Lyman, Tim . Louisiana death-sentenced cases and their reversals, 1976-2015. Journal of Race, Gender, and Poverty. 7, 58-75.
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2016
Pfaff, John F. The complicated economics of prison reform. Michigan Law Review. 114, 951-981.
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2016
Jordan, Jeffrey L.,  Mathur, Aparna,  Munasib, Abdul,  Roy, Devesh . Did Right-to-Work Laws Impact Income Inequality? Evidence from U.S. States Using the Synthetic Control Method . AEI Economics Working Paper 2016-07. Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute.
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2016
Banks, Duren,  Hendrix, Joshua,  Hickman, Matthew,  Kyckelhahn, Tracey . National Sources of Law Enforcement Employment Data. Program Report. NCJ 249681, Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Statistics.
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2016
Fleming, Anthony K.,  Rutledge, Paul E.,  Dixon, Gregory C.,  Peralta, Salvador . When the smoke clears: Focusing events, issue definition, strategic framing, and the politics of gun control. Social Science Quarterly.
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2016
Enns, Peter K. Incarceration Nation: How the United States Became the Most Punitive Democracy in the World. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.
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