Episode 11: Steven Raphael
Steven Raphael is Professor and James D. Marver Chair in Public Policy at UC Berkeley's Goldman School.
Date: September 3, 2019
In this episode, we discuss Professor Raphael's work on the effects of sentencing reform in California:
"The effect of sentencing reform on crime rates: Evidence from California’s Proposition 47" by Magnus Lofstrom and Steven Raphael.
OTHER RESEARCH WE DISCUSS IN THIS EPISODE:
"Public Safety Realignment and Crime Rates in California" by Magnus Lofstrom and Steven Raphael.
"Is Public Safety Realignment Reducing Recidivism in California?" by Magnus Lofstrom, Steven Raphael, and Ryken Gratett.
"Realignment, Incarceration, and Crime Trends in California" by Magnus Lofstrom and Steven Raphael.
“Prison Downsizing and Public Safety" by Magnus Lofstrom and Steven Raphael.
“Incarceration and Incapacitation: Evidence from the 2006 Italian Collective Pardon” by Paolo Buonanno and Steven Raphael.
“Can We Downsize our Prisons and Jails without Compromising Public Safety? Findings from California’s Prop 47” by Bradley Bartos and Charis E. Kubrin.
"An Analysis of Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Case Dispositions and Sentencing Outcomes for Criminal Cases Presented to and Processed by the Office of the San Francisco District Attorney" by John MacDonald & Steven Raphael.