Sourav Banerjee and Namrata Kanungo
Crime – The Economic Wolfby: Sourav Banerjee and Namrata Kanungo
Crime and its impact on the economy have been vastly researched and published several times. So repetition is not the motive of the book. In Module one, crime is defined in a unique manner. Whatever is not justified, is an injustice. And injustice is a crime. So crime is not only viewed from its legal perspective. Moral, philosophical, sentimental, social, and economic perspectives of crime are also portrayed; that may or may not have a penal code. In module two, a direct cause and effect relationship is established between crime and five indicators of economic development – Per capita income, distribution of wealth, opportunity cost, economic loss, and economic productivity. Apart from a detailed and interesting discussion on crime and criminology, the foresaid matter makes the book completely unique and thought-provoking. Which type of crime impacts which economic dimension most, is what is studied thoroughly in the book.
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