The 2nd annual Conference on the Economics of Crime and Justice aims to assemble scholars from around the world to discuss recent work on issues involving the economics of crime and the criminal justice system, with a specific focus on studies that address pressing policy issues, long-standing problems in the field, and innovative methods.
Given that we had to postpone the 2020 conference in London, we have now finalized June 4-5, 2021 as the new date for this event, which will be hosted online via Zoom 9 am – 2 pm Central Time.
Registration: E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
For more information on the 2019 conference, please click here.
All times listed below are British Summer Time.
Friday, June 4, 2021
Welcome and Introduction
Session 1: Domestic Violence
Consequences of Domestic Violence for Victims and their Families
Gordon Dahl, University of California, San Diego
Specialization in Criminal Courts: Decision Making, Recidivism, and Re-victimization in Domestic Violence Courts in Tennessee
Emily Owens, University of California, Irvine