2014 review of government reports and scholarship on the issue of sexual assault and rape on campus, as well as prevention, risks and related cultural dynamics.
2010 study from the University of Sydney and St. Vincent’s Hospital in Schizophrenic Bulletin on the link between homicidal behavior and early untreated schizophrenia.
2014 study published in American Political Science Review by Pennsylvania State University on how to accurately measure human rights abuses over time.
2014 study in Public Administration Review examining the impact of public officials’ corruption on states’ expenditures, borrowing, salaries, and more.
2014 study in the American Law and Economics Review suggesting that poor defendants with assigned counsel often receive diminished outcomes.
2014 research brief on the role of negative emotionality in the reporting of crimes to the police, by Chad Posick and Michael Singleton, Georgia Southern University and the Scholars Strategy Network.
2014 review of research on capital punishment, including various studies that have attempted to quantify rates of innocence and the potential deterrence effect.
2013 report from the Bureau of Justice Statistics and the National Research Council on ways to improve the accuracy of surveys on the incidence of rape and sexual assault in the United States.
Research by the University of Pennsylvania, the RAND Corporation and Drexel University on the impact of BIDs on robberies and violence, both within BIDs and in neighboring areas.
One year after the Boston Marathon bombing, we round up a selection of research-based papers and reports that, cumulatively, help consolidate the “lessons learned.”