Gun self-defense and deterrence
Research on the net effects of handgun policies on direct rates of crime and injury do not show a significant negative effect of laws on crime. Analysis of studies supporting concealed weapons-carrying suggests their positive findings are more due to unmeasured variables.
Publication Name: Crime & Justice (Chicago, Ill)
The fallout from FAS 133
The impact of the accounting standard, FAS 133, which was implemented in June 2000, on United States tax law is discussed. FAS 133 requires accountants to include derivatives on balance sheets and could have a major impact on business.
Publication Name: Regulation
Uncle Sam does not want you to organize: the 1977 Senate Armed Services Committee hearings on outlawing military unionization
The author examines the major arguments presented before the US Senate Armed Services Committee in 1977 against allowing military personnel to unionize.
Publication Name: Journal of Collective Negotiations in the Public Sector
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