We are very grateful to María B. Vélez and Christopher Lyons for data assistance and to Rachel Dwyer and the three reviewers for their constructive comments and advice.
New Parochialism, Sources of Community Investment, and the Control of Street Crime
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Criminology & Public Policy
Volume 13, Issue 2, pages 193–216, May 2014
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Ramey, D. M. and Shrider, E. A. (2014), New Parochialism, Sources of Community Investment, and the Control of Street Crime. Criminology & Public Policy, 13: 193–216. doi: 10.1111/1745-9133.12074
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