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Artificial Intelligence, Predictive Policing, and Risk Assessment for Law Enforcement

Richard A. Berk

Annual Review of Criminology (2021)

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Copy Citation: | and Richard A. Berk. "Artificial Intelligence, Predictive Policing, and Risk Assessment for Law Enforcement ." Annual Review of Criminology 4, (2021): 209-237. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3777804. Richard A. Berk, Artificial Intelligence, Predictive Policing, and Risk Assessment for Law Enforcement , 4 Annual Review of Criminology 209-237 (2021).

Topics: Law; Technology; Rights; Politics

Keywords: Artificial intelligence; AI; Policing; Police; Law enforcement; bias; predictive policing; Crime; Criminal justice

Almost politically acceptable criminal justice risk assessment

Richard A. Berk Ayya A. Elzarka

Criminology & Public Policy (2020)

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Copy Citation: | Richard A. Berk and Ayya A. Elzarka. "Almost politically acceptable criminal justice risk assessment." Criminology & Public Policy 19, 4 (2020): 1231-1257. . Richard A. Berk, and Ayya A. Elzarka, Almost politically acceptable criminal justice risk assessment, 19 Criminology & Public Policy 1231-1257 (2020).

Topics: Law

Keywords: Criminal justice; risk forecasting; bias; Risk assessment; racial bias; AI; algorithm; Machine learning

Strategic Proposals, Endogenous Comments, and Bias in Rulemaking

Brian D. Libgober

The Journal of Politics (2020)

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Copy Citation: | and Brian D. Libgober. "Strategic Proposals, Endogenous Comments, and Bias in Rulemaking." The Journal of Politics 82, 2 (2020): 642. . Brian D. Libgober, Strategic Proposals, Endogenous Comments, and Bias in Rulemaking, 82 The Journal of Politics 642 (2020).

Topics: Process

Keywords: Regulation; Rulemaking; Stakeholder-balancing model; bias

Accuracy and Fairness for Juvenile Justice Risk Assessments

Richard A. Berk

Journal of Empirical Legal Studies (2019)

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Copy Citation: | and Richard A. Berk. "Accuracy and Fairness for Juvenile Justice Risk Assessments." Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 16, 1 (2019): 175. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3337988 . Richard A. Berk, Accuracy and Fairness for Juvenile Justice Risk Assessments, 16 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 175 (2019).

Topics: Rights; Law

Keywords: Risk assessment; Risk assesment algorithm; bias

In Defense of the Restatement of Liability Insurance Law

Tom Baker Kyle D. Logue

George Mason Law Review (2017)

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Copy Citation: | Tom Baker and Kyle D. Logue. "In Defense of the Restatement of Liability Insurance Law." George Mason Law Review 24, (2017): 767. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2952804. Tom Baker, and Kyle D. Logue, In Defense of the Restatement of Liability Insurance Law, 24 George Mason Law Review 767 (2017).

Topics: Process; Economics

Keywords: Insurance law; Restatement of Law Liability Insurance; RLLI; Common law; Insurers' defense obligations & costs; bias; Markets; Risk' Empirical & behavioral economics

Do Judges Vary in Their Treatment of Race?

David S. Abrams Marianne Bertrand Sendhil Mullainathan

The Journal of Legal Studies (2012)

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Copy Citation: | David S. Abrams, Marianne Bertrand, and Sendhil Mullainathan. "Do Judges Vary in Their Treatment of Race?." The Journal of Legal Studies 41, 2 (2012): 347. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1800840 . David S. Abrams, Marianne Bertrand, and Sendhil Mullainathan, Do Judges Vary in Their Treatment of Race?, 41 The Journal of Legal Studies 347 (2012).

Topics: Law

Keywords: Criminal law; Racial discrimination; Race and justice; Punishment, sentencing; bias; Incarceration rate; Sentence length; Monte Carlo simulation; Forecasting and simulation

Heuristics and Biases in Charity

Jonathan Baron Ewa Szymanska

The Science of Giving: Experimental Approaches to the Study of Charity (2011)

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Copy Citation: | Jonathan Baron and Ewa Szymanska. "Heuristics and Biases in Charity." In The Science of Giving: Experimental Approaches to the Study of Charity, edited by Daniel M. Oppenheimer, Christopher Y. Olivola, 215. Hove: Psychology Press, 2011. Jonathan Baron, and Ewa Szymanska, Heuristics and Biases in Charity, in The Science of Giving: Experimental Approaches to the Study of Charity, 215 (Daniel M. Oppenheimer, Christopher Y. Olivola eds., 2011).

Topics: Economics

Keywords: Altruism; bias; Cognitive bias; Donation behavior

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The Regulatory Review

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