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Measuring the Deterrent Effect of Enforcement Operations on Drug Smuggling, 1991-1999
Mary Layne. This study takes a mixed qualitative-quantitative approach to studying the deterrent effect of drug enforce. (DE) operations on cocaine trafficking. A DE operation has a deterrent effect if drug smugglers are displaced from a previously preferred route into a less desirable smuggling route/method, thereby increasing their risk of being caught & other costs associated with smuggling (e.g., transportation fees). The qualitative portion of the study is based on the expectation that interviewing smugglers can tell us much about what factors -- especially DE -- affect their decision making process. The report shows how specific counterdrug operations undertaken between 1991 to 1999 impacted cocaine prices (both retail & wholesale) & trafficker behavior. Illustrated.
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