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2006
Tekin, E.,  Currie, J. Guns and Juvenile Crime. Working Paper No. 12171. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.
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2006
Tekin, E.,  Mocan, N. Guns and juvenile crime. Journal of Law and Economics. 49, (2), 507-532.
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2005
Tekin, E. Does child abuse cause crime?. Istanbul, Turkey.
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2006
Tekin, E. Does child abuse cause crime?. Atlanta, GA.
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2006
Tekin, E. Does child abuse cause crime?. Public Policies and Child Well-Being Conference. Stone Mountain, Georgia.
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2006
Tekin, E. Does child abuse cause crime?. University of North Carolina at Greensboro Dept. of Economics. Greensboro, North Carolina.
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2003
Tekin, E.,  Mocan, N. Guns, Drugs, and Juvenile Crime: Evidence from a Panel of Siblings and Twins. European Symposium of Labor Economics. Munich, Germany.
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2004
Mocan, N.,  Tekin, E. Gun, Drugs, and Juvenile Crime: Evidence from a Panel of Siblings and Twins. National Bureau of Economic Research. Boston, MA.
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2004
Tekin, E. Gun, drugs, and juvenile crime: Evidence from a panel of siblings and twins. 24th Arne Ryde Symposium. Lund, Sweden.
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2004
Tekin, E. Gun, drugs, and juvenile crime: Evidence from a panel of siblings and twins. Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management. Atlanta, GA.
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2004
Tekin, E. Gun, drugs, and juvenile crime: Evidence from a panel of siblings and twins. Society of Labor Economists. San Antonio, TX.
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2005
Mocan, H.N.,  Tekin, E. Drugs and juvenile crime: Evidence from a panel of siblings and twins. Advances in Health Economics and Health Services Research. 16, 91-120.
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