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Turning from crime : a dynamic perspective / Robin C. Sickles and Jenny Williams
Bib ID 1008287
Format BookBook
Author
Sickles, Robin C
 
Description [Adelaide, S. Aust.] : School of Economics, Adelaide University, [1999] 
46 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0863966667
Series

Working paper (University of Adelaide. School of Economics) ; 99-8.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 35-36)

Subjects Criminal behavior -- Economic aspects.  |  Social networks.  |  Crime -- Economic aspects.  |  Labor market.
Other authors/contributors Williams, Jenny  |  University of Adelaide. School of Economics
Available From University of Adelaide, North Terrace, ADELAIDE, SA, 5005 

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