The Cambridge Studies in Criminology aims to publish the highest-quality research on criminology and criminal justice topics. Typical volumes report major quantitative, qualitative, and ethnographic research, or make a substantial theoretical contribution. In addition to research monographs, edited collections may also be published if they make distinctive offering to the literature. All relevant areas of criminology and criminal justice are to be included, for example, the causes of offending, juvenile justice, the development of offenders, measurement and analysis of crime, victimization research, policing, crime prevention, sentencing, imprisonment, probation, and parole. The series is global in outlook, with an emphasis on work that is comparative or holds significant implications for theory or policy.
General Editors: Alfred Blumstein, Carnegie Mellon University, Pennsylvania; David Farrington, University of Cambridge