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The influence of leaders on criminal decisions

2018-09-23 Voxeu.org

Yves Zenou, affiliated tyo IFN, et al argues at Voxeu.org (the policy portar of CEPR) that "being ‘socially’ close to criminal leaders strongly affects a person’s involvement in crime". Sudyingschools in the US, it shows that removing all criminal leaders from a school can, on average, reduce criminal activity by about 20% and the individual probability of becoming a criminal by 10%.

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