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Economic Downturns and Crime
Kristin M. Finklea (au)
The U.S. is currently recovering from a broad recession that is considered the longest-lasting economic downturn since World War II. Various indicators of economic strength, such as the unemployment rate and foreclosures, reached their worst showings in decades during the recession and the following months. This report examines the available research on how selected economic variables may or may not be related to crime rates. Contents: Crime Rates during Recessions; Impact of Unemployment on Crime; Home Foreclosures and Crime Rates; Other Economic Indicators: GDP/Gross State Product; Consumer Sentiment. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand edition of an important, hard-to-find report.
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