Daily Archives: May 1, 2017

Prison Privatisation in the African Context

[Translate] Prison Privatisation in the African Context

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How Privatization Affects Public Service Quality: An Empirical Analysis of Prisons in England and Wales, 1998–2012

[Translate] How Privatization Affects Public Service Quality: An Empirical Analysis of Prisons in England and Wales, 1998–2012

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Victoria’s Partly-Privatised Prison System: An Accountability Report Card

[Translate] Victoria’s Partly-Privatised Prison System: An Accountability Report Card

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Judicial Intervention into Prisons: Comparing Private and Public Prisons from 1990 to 2005

[Translate] Judicial Intervention into Prisons: Comparing Private and Public Prisons from 1990 to 2005

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Who punishes whom: Bifurcation of private and public responsibilities in criminal punishment

[Translate] Who punishes whom: Bifurcation of private and public responsibilities in criminal punishment

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Prison privatization: An environmental catch-22

[Translate] Prison privatization: An environmental catch-22

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The Wrong Arm of the Law: Public Images of Private Security

[Translate] The Wrong Arm of the Law: Public Images of Private Security

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Private policing in South Africa: The Cape Town city improvement district — pluralisation in practice

[Translate] Private policing in South Africa: The Cape Town city improvement district — pluralisation in practice

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Governability Matters: The Private Policing of Economic Crime and the Challenge of Democratic Governance

[Translate] Governability Matters: The Private Policing of Economic Crime and the Challenge of Democratic Governance

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Forcing Prison Labor International Labor Standards, Human Rights and the Privatization of Prison Labor in the Contemporary United States

[Translate] Forcing Prison Labor International Labor Standards, Human Rights and the Privatization of Prison Labor in the Contemporary United States

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