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Principles and standards for the benefit–cost analysis of crime

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Benefit–cost analysis informs which policies or programs most benefit society when implemented by governments and institutions around the world. This volume brings together leading researchers and practitioners to recommend strategies and standards to improve the consistency and credibility of such analyses, assisting analysts of all types in achieving a greater uniformity of practice.

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  • John R. Lott, 2013. "Principles and standards for the benefit–cost analysis of crime," Chapters, in: Scott O. Farrow & Richard Zerbe, Jr. (ed.),Principles and Standards for Benefit–Cost Analysis, chapter 4, pages 153-171, Edward Elgar Publishing.
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