Income Polarisation, Inequality, Poverty, Income Distribution, Criminology. My research is mostly empirical.
"The effect of digital technology on prisoner behaviour and reoffending: a natural stepped-wedge design." Journal Experimental Criminology, Cynthia McDougall & Dominic A. S. Pearson & David J. Torgerson & Maria Garcia-Reyes, October 2017.
"Recording and Reporting Decisions." Joint paper with Professor Roger Bowles and Professor Nuno Garoupa, European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, December 2009.
"Multifactor Inequality: Substitution Effects for Income Sources in Mexico", Society for the Study of Economic Inequality ECINEQ, WP 2006-31.
"Empirical Comparison of Measures of Polarization, a Monte Carlo approach", presented at International Conference of Statistics and Methodology, Ljubljana 2002.
"Shadow Prices of Labour in Mexico", joint project: BANOBRAS Bank and World Bank, 1993.
Maria Garcia Reyes
Department of Economics
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