Daily Archives: May 16, 2017

A Final Frontier in Prisoner Litigation: Does Bivens Extend to Employees of Private Prisons Who Violate the Constitution

[Translate] A Final Frontier in Prisoner Litigation: Does Bivens Extend to Employees of Private Prisons Who Violate the Constitution

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On Private Prisons: An Economic Analysis of the Model Contract and Model Statute for Private Incarceration

[Translate] On Private Prisons: An Economic Analysis of the Model Contract and Model Statute for Private Incarceration

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Are Private Prisons to Blame for Mass Incarceration and Its Evils Prison Conditions, Neoliberalism, and Public Choice

[Translate] Are Private Prisons to Blame for Mass Incarceration and Its Evils Prison Conditions, Neoliberalism, and Public Choice

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Liability of State Officials and Prison Corporations for Excessive Use of Force against Inmates of Private Prisons

[Translate] Liability of State Officials and Prison Corporations for Excessive Use of Force against Inmates of Private Prisons

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A Private Alternative to Public Prisons

[Translate] A Private Alternative to Public Prisons

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Comparing the Quality of Confinement and Cost-Effectiveness of Public versus Private Prisons: What We Know, Why We Do Not Know More, and Where to Go from Here

[Translate] Comparing the Quality of Confinement and Cost-Effectiveness of Public versus Private Prisons: What We Know, Why We Do Not Know More, and Where to Go from Here

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Punish and Profit: The Emergence of Private Enterprise Prisons

[Translate] Punish and Profit: The Emergence of Private Enterprise Prisons

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Public Imprisonment by Private Means – The Re-Emergence of Private Prisons and Jails in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia

[Translate] Public Imprisonment by Private Means – The Re-Emergence of Private Prisons and Jails in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia  

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Well Kept: Comparing Quality of Confinement in Private and Public Prisons

[Translate] Well Kept: Comparing Quality of Confinement in Private and Public Prisons

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Privatization of Prisons: Private Firms May Be Able to Run Prisons More Humanely, Effectively and Efficiently than the Public Sector

[Translate] Privatization of Prisons: Private Firms May Be Able to Run Prisons More Humanely, Effectively and Efficiently than the Public Sector

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