3 edition of Crime and political economy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Ian Taylor.|
|Series||The international library of criminology, criminal justice, and penology, International library of criminology, criminal justice & penology.|
|Contributions||Taylor, Ian R.|
|LC Classifications||HV6171 .C75 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 509 p. :|
|Number of Pages||509|
|LC Control Number||98012103|
Get this from a library! Crime and the global political economy. [H Richard Friman;] -- Crime has gone global. Conventional explanations point to ways in which criminals have exploited technological innovations, deregulation, and free markets to triumph over state sovereignty. "Crime. Extract. 1 STEVE TOMBS AND DAVE WHYTE Scrutinizing the Powerful Crime, Contemporary Political Economy, and Critical Social Research Scrutinizing the Crimes of the Powerful Crimes committed by states and corporations have far greater economic, physical and social costs than those associated with the “conventional” criminals who continue to represent the fixation of contemporary criminal.
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Using a comparative approach – centred on the UK, but with insights and complementary data gathered from the USA and other countries – it discusses theoretical perspectives and provides new empirical evidence which challenges prevalent ways of thinking about. thinking about crime and its control: political economy.
As will be shown, political economy was expelled from criminology after the mids by a set of pincer. Political economy and crime policy Colin Leys considers the role of private finance in policy making.
What national governments feel they can do is increasingly limited by the transnational power of capital. A s in so many areas of life today, there is a huge disjuncture or ʻdisconnectʼ between what we know is the wider reality we live. JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY income in If the sizeable omissions were included, the percentage might be considerably higher.
Crime has probably become more important during the last forty years. The Crime Commission presents no evidence on trends in costs but does present evidence suggesting that the number of major felonies per capita.
Crime and the Global Political Economy reveals a more complex reality. Taking as a point of departure the fact that state and societal actors are challenged by―and complicit in―the expansion of criminal activities on a global scale, the authors demonstrate that the political, economic, and normative agendas of those actors lead to selective 5/5(1).
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E conomists approach the analysis of crime with one simple assumption—that criminals are rational. A mugger is a mugger for the same reason I am an economist—because it is the most attractive alternative available to him.
The decision to commit a crime, like any other economic decision, can be analyzed as a choice among alternative combinations of costs and benefits. ordinary, adult organized crime, where a whole ethnic group like the Chechens in Russia is both stigmatized and identifies by the larger society with organized crime (see Lieven, ) A power vacuum can also be created by revolutions, wars, and major political change.
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The state becomes an instrument of the ruling class enforcing laws here but not there, according to the realities of political power and economic conditions. 4 CRIME AND PUNISHMENT: AN ECONOMIC APPROACH employment laws,2 are not included, and a myriad of private precautions against crime, ranging from suburban living to taxis, are also excluded.
Table I also lists the Crime Commission's estimates of the direct costs of various crimes. The gross income from expenditures on various.Crime has gone global.
Conventional explanations point to ways in which criminals have exploited technological innovations, deregulation, and free markets to triumph over state sovereignty. 'Crime and the Global Political Economy' reveals a more complex reality/5(5).(shelved 1 time as political-crime) avg rating — 38, ratings — published