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Rethinking the Economics of Crime and Justice

Rethinking the Economics of Crime and Justice: The interaction between social and criminal justice ethos and practice Following the publication of the ninth ICCJ monograph Justice, with Reason: Rethinking the Economics of Crime and Justice by…

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The next five years of criminal justice for England and Wales

Professor Chris Fox's Seminar 'The next five years of criminal justice for England and Wales' at the Academy for Justice Commissioning. Chris considers how broader trends in policy-making might influence the direction of travel and draws…

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The next five years of criminal justice for England and Wales

Professor Chris Fox, Director of the Policy Evaluation and Research Unit at Manchester Metropolitan University, will ask 'What will criminal justice policy look like in the next five years?' Chris will consider how broader…

Publications

ICCJ Monograph No 9: Justice, with Reason: Rethinking the Economics of Crime and Justice

Economic ideas and concepts have always influenced thinking about crime and criminal justice. Increasingly, however, criminologists, policy-makers and practitioners who draw on, or seek to critique, economic ideas take a rather narrow view of economics…

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Personalisation in the criminal justice system: what is the potential? Launch

The Personalisation in the criminal justice system: what is the potential? publication will be launched at the round table seminar in London on Tuesday 25th March 2014

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