Alex Stevens
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What can we learn from the Portuguese decriminalization of illicit drugs?
CE Hughes, A Stevens
The British Journal of Criminology 50 (6), 999-1022, 2010
Are drug treatment services only for [] thieving junkie scumbags'? Drug users and the management of stigmatised identities
P Radcliffe, A Stevens
Social Science & Medicine 67 (7), 1065-1073, 2008
Telling policy stories: an ethnographic study of the use of evidence in policy-making in the UK
A Stevens
Journal of Social Policy 40 (2), 237-255, 2011
Drugs, crime and public health: The political economy of drug policy
A Stevens
Routledge, 2010
A resounding success or a disastrous failure: Re-examining the interpretation of evidence on the Portuguese decriminalisation of illicit drugs (vol 31, pg 101, 2012)
CE Hughes, A Stevens
Drug and Alcohol Review 31 (5), 727-727, 2012
Survival of the ideas that fit: an evolutionary analogy for the use of evidence in policy
A Stevens
Social Policy and Society 6 (1), 25-35, 2007
Quasi-compulsory treatment of drug dependent offenders: An international literature review
A Stevens, D Berto, W Heckmann, V Kerschl, K Oeuvray, M Ooyen van, ...
Substance Use & Misuse 40 (3), 269-283, 2005
When two dark figures collide: Evidence and discourse on drug-related crime
A Stevens
Critical Social Policy 27 (1), 77-99, 2007
The effects of decriminalization of drug use in Portugal
CE Hughes, A Stevens
Oxford: Beckley Foundation http://www. beckleyfoundation. org/bib/doc/bf …, 2007
Depenalization, diversion and decriminalization: A realist review and programme theory of alternatives to criminalization for simple drug possession
A Stevens, CE Hughes, S Hulme, R Cassidy
European Journal of Criminology, 1477370819887514, 2019
Will growth in cryptomarket drug buying increase the harms of illicit drugs?
J Aldridge, A Stevens, MJ Barratt
Addiction 113 (5), 789-796, 2018
Will growth in cryptomarket drug buying increase the harms of illicit drugs?
J Aldridge, A Stevens, MJ Barratt
Addiction 113 (5), 789-796, 2018
An analysis of UK drug policy
P Reuter, A Stevens
London, UK Drug Policy Commission, 2007
Governments cannot just ‘follow the science’on COVID-19
A Stevens
Nature human behaviour 4 (6), 560-560, 2020
Twisting arms or a helping hand? Assessing the impact of ‘coerced’and comparable ‘voluntary’drug treatment options
T McSweeney, A Stevens, N Hunt, PJ Turnbull
British Journal of Criminology 47 (3), 470-490, 2007
Whose harm? Harm reduction and the shift to coercion in UK drug policy
N Hunt, A Stevens
Social Policy and Society 3 (4), 333-342, 2004
Understanding drug markets and how to influence them
L Wilson, A Stevens
The Beckley Foundation Drug Policy Programme Report 14, 1-13, 2008
The relationship between legal status, perceived pressure and motivation in treatment for drug dependence: Results from a European study of quasi-compulsory treatment
A Stevens, D Berto, U Frick, N Hunt, V Kerschl, T McSweeney, K Oeuvray, ...
European Addiction Research 12 (4), 197-209, 2006
‘Being human’and the ‘moral sidestep’in drug policy: Explaining government inaction on opioid-related deaths in the UK
A Stevens
Addictive behaviors, 2018
The ‘drug policy ratchet’: why do sanctions for new psychoactive drugs typically only go up?
A Stevens, F Measham
Addiction 109 (8), 1226-1232, 2014
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