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A Discrepancy Between “What Should You Choose?” and “What Do You Choose?” in Intertemporal and Risky Decision-Making

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The Link Between Economic Growth, Crime and Deterrence Measures in Nigeria

. (2012). Temporal causality and the dynamics of crime in Turkey. International Journal of Social Economics 39, no. 9, pp.704 - 720. 17. Halicioglu, F., Andrés, A. R., & Yamamura, E. (2012). Modeling crime in Japan. Economic Modelling 29, no. 5, pp.1640-1645. 18. Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). (2011). The federal Republic of Nigeria Study for Poverty Profile (Africa) Final Report. Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting Co. Ltd. 19. Mauro, L., & Carmeci, G. (2007). A poverty trap of crime and unemployment

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