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Nicola Lacey, David Soskice, Leonidas Cheliotis, and Sappho Xenakis

Print publication date: 2021

Print ISBN-13: 9780197266922

Published to British Academy Scholarship Online: May 2021

DOI: 10.5871/bacad/9780197266922.001.0001

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Exploring the Relationship between Crime, Punishment, and Inequality: Some Afterthoughts on Method

Exploring the Relationship between Crime, Punishment, and Inequality: Some Afterthoughts on Method

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(p.325) 13 Exploring the Relationship between Crime, Punishment, and Inequality: Some Afterthoughts on Method
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Tracing the Relationship between Inequality, Crime and Punishment
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Leonidas K. Cheliotis

Sappho Xenakis

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British Academy
DOI:10.5871/bacad/9780197266922.003.0013

The aim of this concluding essay is, first, to reflect on methodological difficulties of studying the trilateral relationship between inequality, crime and punishment; and second, to offer some thoughts about how these issues might be taken up in future work. In so doing, the essay pays particular attention to the use pertinent scholarship has made thus far of the concept of neoliberalism as a lens through which to identify the politico-economic determinants of inequality and its links to crime and punishment.

Keywords:   Comparative Analysis, Political Economy, Neoliberalism

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