9 Criminology & Pub. Pol'y [i] (2010)

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VOLUME 9 *ISSUE 1 -FEBRUARY 2010
VOLLMER AWARD ADDRESS
VOLLMER AWARD ADDRESS. On  being right, but unhappy............................................................ 1
Elliott Currie
VOLLMER AWARD COMMENTARY. Elliott Currie's contribution to public criminology:
An  appreciation  and  a  lam ent..........................................................................................11
Malcom M. Feeley
VOLLMER AWARD COMMENTARY. Elliott Currie: In tribute to a life devoted
to  confronting  crim e........................................................................................................ 19
Francis T Cullen
VOLLMER AWARD COMMENTARY. Elliott Currie: August Vollmer Award winner, 2009.............29
Jerome H. Skolnick
ALCOHOL POLICY IMPLEMENTATION EVALUATION
EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION. Evaluation of the Licensing Act of 2003:
A  look  inside  the  black  box......................................................................................... 35
Andrew Treno
RESEARCH ARTICLE. Evaluating a natural experiment in alcohol policy:
The Licensing Act (2003) and the requirement for attention to implementation ...........41
David K Humphreys, Manuel P. Eisner
POLICY ESSAY. After the Act: Alcohol licensing and the administrative
governance of crime................................................. 69
Phil Hadfield, Fiona Measham
POLICY ESSAY. Why implementation matters: Recent experience
with the U.K. Licensing Act (2003)                         ................................77
Shannon Frattaroli

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