His primary scientific interests are in Law enforcement, Law, Criminology, Heroin and Legalization. As part of one scientific family, Peter Reuter deals mainly with the area of Law enforcement, narrowing it down to issues related to the Scale, and often Financial system and International economics. The Law study combines topics in areas such as Substance abuse, Organization studies, Research methodology and Social group.
His study on Drug dealing is often connected to Rand corporation as part of broader study in Criminology. Peter Reuter interconnects Government, Mass market, Development economics and Socioeconomics in the investigation of issues within Heroin. His Legalization study incorporates themes from Tax revenue, Price elasticity of demand, Demand curve, Law and economics and Cannabis.
Criminology, Substance abuse, Law, Heroin and Public economics are his primary areas of study. Peter Reuter studies Criminology, focusing on Organised crime in particular. His Substance abuse research includes elements of Drug and Substance use.
His study in Legalization, Law enforcement and Politics is carried out as part of his Law studies. His research in Heroin tackles topics such as Development economics which are related to areas like Government. His Public economics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Harm reduction, Enforcement, Harm and Health policy.
His primary areas of study are Heroin, Criminology, Psychiatry, Drug and Environmental health. His study in Heroin is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Criminal justice, Fentanyl and Corruption. His Criminology research integrates issues from Legalization and Morality.
His research in the fields of Substance abuse and Prescription drug abuse overlaps with other disciplines such as Pessimism and Chorus. Peter Reuter combines subjects such as Human services, Health policy, Public administration, Conflict management and Internet privacy with his study of Drug. His Public policy study in the realm of Law interacts with subjects such as Human factors and ergonomics.
Peter Reuter spends much of his time researching Heroin, Law, Criminology, Environmental health and Public economics. Peter Reuter usually deals with Heroin and limits it to topics linked to Substance abuse and Decriminalization, Sanctions, Criminal justice, Possession and Legalization. His research combines Law and economics and Law.
His research on Criminology often connects related topics like Psychiatry. His studies deal with areas such as Drug, Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring, Cannabis and Methamphetamine in the United States as well as Environmental health. His work carried out in the field of Public economics brings together such families of science as Enforcement, Key and Public administration.
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Preventing Crime: What Works, What Doesn't, What's Promising
Lawrence W. Sherman;Denise C. Gottfredson;Doris L. MacKenzie;John E. Eck.
National Institute of Justice (U.S.) (1998)
Preventing Crime: What Works, What Doesn't, What's Promising. Research in Brief. National Institute of Justice.
Lawrence W. Sherman;Denise C. Gottfredson;Doris L. MacKenzie;John Eck.
Drug Policy and the Public Good
Thomas F. Babor;Jonathan P. Caulkins;Griffith Edwards;Benedikt Fischer.
Cannabis Policy: Moving Beyond Stalemate
Robin Room;Benedikt Fischer;Wayne Hall;Simon Lenton.
What Price Data Tell Us about Drug Markets
Jonathan P. Caulkins;Peter Reuter.
Journal of Drug Issues (1998)
Labor markets and crime risk factors
Shawn D. Bushway;Peter Reuter.
Chasing dirty money : the fight against money laundering
Richard N. Cooper;Peter Reuter;Edwin M. Truman.
Foreign Affairs (2005)
How Drug Enforcement Affects Drug Prices
Jonathan P. Caulkins;Peter Reuter.
Crime and Justice (2010)
Altered State?: Assessing How Marijuana Legalization in California Could Influence Marijuana Consumption and Public Budgets
Beau Kilmer;Jonathan P. Caulkins;Rosalie Liccardo Pacula;Robert J. MacCoun.
Research on Drugs-Crime Linkages: The Next Generation
Robert J. MacCoun;Beau Kilmer;Peter Reuter.
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