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Incarceration and law enforcement in France and abroad (2016)
- Roberto GALBIATI (Departement of Economics Sciences Po)
- Barbara BAUDUIN (PACTE-PO, Grenoble / Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin)
- Aurelie Ouss (University of Chicago Crime lab)
- Arnaud Philippe (IAST / Toulouse School of Economics)
- Emeric Henry (Department of Economics Sciences Po)
This project obtained funding from LIEPP through the 2016 call for proposals.
This project has two main aims : (1) understanding how incarceration conditions affect the propensity to re-offend of former French inmates and (2) Understanding whether stricter crime control policies and in particular sentencing guidelines have a persistent effect on judicial decisions (i.e. judges’ culture) and thus may impact incarceration rates in the long run. In terms of public policies pperpective, this project will allow us to understand how we can reduce recidivism by manipulating incarceration conditions and how political decisions increasing the severity of the sentencing system impact on incarceration rates and on judicial decision making.
The project is at the intersection between economics, legal studies, criminology and sociology. All these disciplines share the same framework and methodology at the frontier. It will couple quantitative research (at the core of our project) with insights from qualitative field work on judicial decision making.
Francesco DRAGO, Roberto GALBIATI, Francesco SOBBRIO, The Political Cost of Being Soft on Crime : Evidence from a Natural Experiment, Journal of the European Economic Association, november 2019.
Roberto GALBIATI, Emeric HENRY, Arnaud PHILIPPE, David ABRAMS When in Rome… on local norms and sentencing decisions, LIEPP Working Paper n°88, April 2019 New
GALBIATI, Roberto, Emeric HENRY, and Nicolas JACQUEMET, Learning to Cooperate in the Shadow of the Law, Sciences Po Economics Discussion Papers 2019–06. Paris: Département d’économie de Sciences Po, April 2019.
GALBIATI, Roberto, Voler pour survivre, COGITO, la lettre de la recherche à Sciences Po, February 2017.
GALBIATI, Roberto, Les étrangers sont-ils plus criminels que les nationaux?, in Migrants, migrations. Paris: Armand Colin, 2016.
FLUET, Claude, and Roberto GALBIATI, Lois et normes : les enseignements de l’économie comportementale, L’Actualité économique, 92 (1-2), Mars-Juin 2016, p. 191–215.
10th Transatlantic Workshop on the Economics of Crime, 27 - 28 september 2018