2016
Research Marginalised groups and risk behaviour
Study paper no. 110

Over recent decades and in most developed democracies, youth crime has been in steady decline. This decline in youth crime constitutes an important contemporary social and criminological change. The finding presented in this study paper – that change at the extensive margin is the main driver of declining youth crime in Denmark – represents a first but significant step towards understanding this important change.

 

The paper has been published here:

Andersen, Lars H., Anne S. T. Anker, and Signe H. Andersen. A Formal Decomposition of Declining Youth Crime in Denmark. Demographic Research 35: 1303-1316.

Available via this link: http://www.demographic-research.org/volumes/vol35/44/default.htm

Authors

Anne Sofie Tegner Anker
Ph.d.-studerende


Lars Højsgaard Andersen
Seniorforsker


Signe Hald Andersen
Forskningsleder og souschef