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Criminology Subject Guides

Required Readings

Required Readings on Benefit-Cost Analysis (BCA)

Other Readings and Resources on Benefit-Cost Analysis (BCA)

Information about the Economics of Crime

Topics relevant to the economics of crime encompass economics, criminology, and criminal justice resources. A student's specific topic may also be studied by researchers in other disciplines, such as business, health, psychology, and other social sciences. Therefore, researchers should critically evaluate the information resources from these disciplines in order to find what is known about their topic. 

The ISU librarians can help you determine what and where to find information for your projects. Please contact us if you would like help.

The Economics Subject Guide provides further resources and information about economics research.

American Economic Association

The American Economic Association (AEA) provides free access to seven AEA journals and free searches of EconLit database for members only ($20/yr).

Key Databases for Economics & Crime

Librarian for Communication; Multidisciplinary Studies; Political Science; Psychology; School of Criminology and Security Studies; and Social Work

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Special Resources