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Behavioural Analysis of Crime: Studies in David Canter's Investigative Psychology

by Donna Youngs

Studies in investigative psychology require a special methodology, developed by David Canter to allow scientific explorations in such a challenging field, previously assumed not to be open empirical study. In...

Principled Engagement: Negotiating Human Rights in Repressive States

by Morten B. Pedersen & David Kinley

This book examines the concept of 'principled engagement' as an often overlooked alternative strategy for alleviating human rights violations and improving the framework of human rights protection. Written by...

Exploring Initiative and Referendum Law: Selected State Research Guides

by Beth Williams

Researching ballot measures can be one of the most daunting types of legal research. Exploring Initiative and Referendum Law: Selected State Research Guides offers legal researchers an easy-to-use guide that...

The Future of Alaska: Economic Consequences of Statehood

by George Rogers

This book is both a discussion of key decisions Alaskans must make in coming years and a case study of problems of public finance and policy that accompany shifts in power. Originally published in 1962

Enforcing Pollution Control Laws

by Clifford S. Russell, Winston Harrington & William J. Vaughn

Economic models are used to show the extent of the difficulties involved in monitoring and enforcing pollution control laws on a continual basis. The authors make several recommendations for policy change. They...

Air Pollution and Human Health

by Lester B. Lave & Eugene P. Seskin

Upon competition of a ten year research project which analyzes the effect of air pollution and death rates in US cities, Lester B. Lave and Eugene P. Seskin conclude that the mortality rate in the US could shrink...

Perspectives on Conservation: Essays on America's Natural Resources

by Henry Jarrett

A collection of papers based on those prepared by authorities who participated in the 1958 RFF forum, including contributions by Samuel Hays and John Kenneth Galbraith. Originally published in 1958

Land Use and the States

by Robert G. Healy & John S. Rosenberg

An enlarged and revised book which looks at some programs of state land use control. Focusing on the problems that have caused the public to demand such controls, on the variety of legislative responses, and...

Comparisons in Resource Management: Six Notable Programs in Other Countries and Their Possible U.S. Application

by Henry Jarrett

Originally presented as public lectures in the 1961 Resources for the Future Forum on Comparative Resources Policy and Administration. Originally published in 1961

America's Renewable Resources: Historical Trends and Current Challenges

by Kenneth D. Frederick & Roger A. Sedjo

By recording one country's experience with its vast natural resource base, America's Renewable Resources: Historical Trends and Current Challenges will help to inform the management of future demands on the...

Our National Park Policy: A Critical History

by John Isne

A legislative and administrative history on the social, cultural, and intellectual significance of the national park idea. Originally published in 1961

Forests for Whom and for What?

by Marion Clawson

Clawson is concerned here not so much with what forest policy should be, but more with the criteria by which it should be determined. He lists such questions as how much land to devote to forests, how much timber...

Economics of Outdoor Recreation

by Marion Clawson & Jack L. Knetsch

This book is one of the first to supply the means for evaluating recreational resources in economic terms. Originally published in 1967.

Natural Environments: Studies in Theoretical & Applied Analysis

by John V. Krutilla

This study represents the first scholarly attempt to consider the difficult allocation problems associated with management of natural resources and proposed changes in the natural environment. Originally published...

The Leasing of Federal Lands for Fossil Fuels Production

by Stephen Macdonald

Stephen McDonald offers a basic understanding of the goals and practices by which the federal government leases its fossil fuel resources and how these practices affect the economy. Originally published in 1979...

Criminology, Civilisation and the New World Order

by Wayne Morrison

Expertly authored by the co-editor of the best-selling text Cultural Criminology Unleashed, this book re-examines criminology in a global context. Wide-ranging and up-to-date, it covers the topics of colonialism...

A Practical Guide to Lawyering Skills

by Fiona Boyle, Deveral Capps & Philip Plowden

Lawyering skills are increasingly part of undergraduate law degrees as well essential elements in the postgraduate vocational law courses, the LPC and the BVC. This fully updated third edition continues to bring...

Deskbook of International Criminal Law

by Craig Barker & John Grant

Attempts to try individuals such as Slobodan Milosevic and Saddam Hussein for international crimes and the creation of the International Criminal Court highlight the growing currency and importance of international...

Law, Text, Terror

by Peter Goodrich, Lior Barshack & Anton Schütz

The essays collected here under the governing signs, Law, Text, Terror have their origins in a singular and topical desire. Their motive is most immediately that of acknowledging the massive and eccentric contribution...

Vichy Law and the Holocaust in France

by Richard H. Weisberg

The involvement of Vichy France with Nazi Germany's anti-Jewish policy has long been a source of debate and contention. At a time when France, after decades of denial, has finally acknowledged responsibility...