Robert J Witt
Robert J Witt
University of Surrey and Centre for Economic Performance, LSE
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Panic on the streets of London: Police, crime, and the July 2005 terror attacks
M Draca, S Machin, R Witt
American Economic Review 101 (5), 2157-81, 2011
3682011
Petrol price asymmetries revisited
B Reilly, R Witt
Energy Economics 20 (3), 297-308, 1998
1361998
Crime and economic activity. A panel data approach
R Witt, A Clarke, N Fielding
British Journal of Criminology 39 (3), 391-400, 1999
1291999
Crime causation: economic theories
AD Witte, R Witt
University of Surrey, Department of Economics, 2000
1062000
Crime, deterrence and unemployment in England and Wales: an empirical analysis
B Reilly, R Witt
Bulletin of Economic Research 48 (2), 137-159, 1996
911996
Crime and unemployment in Scotland: an econometric analysis using regional data
B Reilly, R Witt
Scottish Journal of Political Economy 39 (2), 213-228, 1992
811992
Crime, prison, and female labor supply
R Witt, A Witte
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 16 (1), 69-85, 2000
802000
Crime, earnings inequality and unemployment in England and Wales
R Witt, A Clarke, N Fielding
Applied Economics Letters 5 (4), 265-267, 1998
771998
Favouritism and financial incentives: a natural experiment
N Rickman, R Witt
Economica 75 (298), 296-309, 2008
732008
English league transfer prices: is there a racial dimension?
B Reilly, R Witt
Applied Economics Letters 2 (7), 220-222, 1995
561995
Child care and the welfare to work transition
RJ Lemke, AD Witte, M Queralt, R Witt
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2000
512000
The determinants of employee crime in the UK
N Rickman, R Witt
Economica 74 (293), 161-175, 2007
492007
The empirical economics of standards
P Temple, K Blind, A Jungmittag, C Spencer, G Swann, R Witt
DTI economics paper 12, 123, 2005
462005
What we spend and what we get: public and private provision of crime prevention and criminal justice
A Dryden Witte, R Witt
Fiscal Studies 22 (1), 1-40, 2001
402001
Do players react to sanction changes? Evidence from the English Premier League
R Witt
Scottish Journal of Political Economy 52 (4), 623-640, 2005
282005
Domestic burglaries and the real price of audio-visual goods: Some time series evidence for Britain
B Reilly, R Witt
Economics Letters 100 (1), 96-100, 2008
272008
Red cards, referee home bias and social pressure: evidence from English Premiership Soccer
B Reilly, R Witt
Applied Economics Letters 20 (7), 710-714, 2013
242013
Crime, imprisonment, and female labor force participation: A time-series approach
R Witt, AD Witte
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1998
221998
Crime Displacement and Police Interventions: Evidence from London’s “Operation Theseus
M Draca, S Machin, R Witt
University Of Chicago Press: NBER Conference., 2010
212010
The Hazard of Being an English Football League Manager: Empirical Estimate For Three Recent League Seasons
R Bachan, B Reilly, R Witt
Journal of the Operational Research Society 59 (7), 884-891, 2008
192008
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