The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Law enforcement, Law, Deterrence, Law and economics and Incentive. Bruce L. Benson combines subjects such as Control, Actuarial science and Criminology with his study of Law enforcement. His Economic Justice, Criminal justice and Politics study are his primary interests in Law.
His study in Deterrence is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Enforcement and Public economics. His Law and economics study combines topics in areas such as Spontaneous order, Property rights and Commercial law. His studies in Incentive integrate themes in fields like Bureaucracy and Commons.
His primary scientific interests are in Law, Microeconomics, Public economics, Law and economics and Public finance. His work on Politics, Law enforcement, Property rights and Comparative law is typically connected to Drug enforcement as part of general Law study, connecting several disciplines of science. His studies deal with areas such as Incentive, Enforcement, Criminology and Actuarial science as well as Law enforcement.
His Public economics research integrates issues from Government, Public good, Deterrence and Index. Bruce L. Benson interconnects Arbitration and Public choice in the investigation of issues within Law and economics. His study explores the link between Public finance and topics such as State that cross with problems in Order.
Bruce L. Benson spends much of his time researching Law, Public economics, Law and economics, Public finance and Finance. Law is closely attributed to Ethnology in his research. As part of the same scientific family, Bruce L. Benson usually focuses on Public economics, concentrating on Public choice and intersecting with Market value, Equity and Inefficiency.
In the subject of general Law and economics, his work in Eminent domain is often linked to Substitution, Humanities and Economic analysis, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Public finance research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Rent-seeking, Positive economics, State, Incentive and Occupational safety and health. His research investigates the link between Law enforcement and topics such as Prospect theory that cross with problems in Enforcement and Criminology.
Public economics, State, Deterrence, Context and Law are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Affect, Public administration, Private security, Deterrence and Public choice in his study of Public economics. His State research includes themes of Test, Public relations, Occupational licensing, Incentive and Retributive justice.
The concepts of his Deterrence study are interwoven with issues in Endogeneity, Consumption and Opportunity cost. He integrates many fields, such as Context, Demographic economics, Empirical research, Regulatory capture, Accounting and Control, in his works. Many of his studies on Law involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Public good.
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The Spontaneous Evolution of Commercial Law
Bruce L. Benson.
Southern Economic Journal (1989)
The enterprise of law : justice without the state
Integration of Spatial Markets
Merle D. Faminow;Bruce L. Benson.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (1990)
Is property crime caused by drug use or by drug enforcement policy
Bruce L. Benson;Iljoong Kim;David W. Rasmussen;Thomas W. Zhehlke.
Applied Economics (1992)
Police bureaucracies, their incentives, and the war on drugs
Bruce L. Benson;David W. Rasmussen;David L. Sollars.
Public Choice (1995)
BEER TAXATION AND ALCOHOL-RELATED TRAFFIC FATALITIES
Brent D. Mast;Bruce L. Benson;David W. Rasmussen.
Southern Economic Journal (1999)
To Serve and Protect: Privatization and Community in Criminal Justice
Deterrence and Public Policy: Trade-Offs in the Allocation of Police Resources
Bruce L. Benson;David W. Rasmussen;Iljoong Kim.
International Review of Law and Economics (1998)
ARE PUBLIC GOODS REALLY COMMON POOLS? CONSIDERATIONS OF THE EVOLUTION OF POLICING AND HIGHWAYS IN ENGLAND
Bruce L. Benson.
Economic Inquiry (1994)
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ILLICIT DRUG ENFORCEMENT POLICY AND PROPERTY CRIMES
Bruce L. Benson;David W. Rasmussen.
Contemporary Economic Policy (1991)
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