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2006
Zimmerman, Paul R. Estimates of the deterrent effect of alternative execution methods in the United States: 1978-2000. American Journal of Economics and Sociology. 65, (4), 909-941.
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2004
Blume, John,  Eisenberg, Theodore,  Wells, Martin T. Explaining death row's population and racial composition. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. 1, (1), 165-207.
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2004
Shepherd, Joanna M. Murders of passion, execution delays, and the deterrence of capital punishment. Journal of Legal Studies. 33, (2), 283-321.
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2003
Heise, Michael . Mercy by the numbers: An empirical analysis of clemency and its structure. Virginia Law Review. 89, (2), 239-310.
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2003
Kubik, Jeffrey D.,  Moran, John R. Lethal elections: Gubernatorial politics and the timing of executions. Journal of Law and Economics. 46, 1-25.
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2000
Snell, Tracy L. Capital Punishment 1999. Bulletin. NCJ 184795, United States Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics.
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