Wim Bernasco
Wim Bernasco
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TitleCited byYear
How Do Residential Burglars Select Target Areas? A New Approach to the Analysis of Criminal Location Choice
W Bernasco, P Nieuwbeerta
British Journal of Criminology 45 (3), 296-315, 2005
3372005
Space–time patterns of risk: A cross national assessment of residential burglary victimization
SD Johnson, W Bernasco, KJ Bowers, H Elffers, J Ratcliffe, G Rengert, ...
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 23 (3), 201-219, 2007
3242007
Criminal groups and transnational illegal markets
G Bruinsma, W Bernasco
Crime, Law and Social Change 41 (1), 79-94, 2004
2802004
Robberies in Chicago: A block-level analysis of the influence of crime generators, crime attractors, and offender anchor points
W Bernasco, R Block
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 48 (1), 33-57, 2011
2552011
Where offenders choose to attack: A discrete choice model of robberies in Chicago
W Bernasco, R Block
Criminology 47 (1), 93-130, 2009
2422009
Effects of attractiveness, opportunity and accessibility to burglars on residential burglary rates of urban neighborhoods
W Bernasco, F Luykx
Criminology 41 (3), 981-1002, 2003
2072003
A sentimental journey to crime: Effects of residential history on crime location choice
W Bernasco
Criminology 48 (2), 389-416, 2010
1882010
Effects of spouse's resources on occupational attainment in the Netherlands
W Bernasco, PM De Graaf, WC Ultee
European sociological review 14 (1), 15-31, 1998
1851998
Them again? Same-offender involvement in repeat and near repeat burglaries
W Bernasco
European Journal of Criminology 5 (4), 411-431, 2008
1802008
Joint and separated lifestyles in couple relationships
M Kalmijn, W Bernasco
Journal of Marriage and Family 63 (3), 639-654, 2001
1802001
Putting crime in its place
D Weisburd, W Bernasco, G Bruinsma
Springer New York, 2008
1792008
Coupled careers: The effects of spouse's resources on success at work
W Bernasco
Purdue University Press, 1994
1611994
Units of analysis in geographic criminology: Historical development, critical issues, and open questions
D Weisburd, GJN Bruinsma, W Bernasco
Putting crime in its place, 3-31, 2009
1502009
Co‐offending and the choice of target areas in burglary
W Bernasco
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 3 (3), 139-155, 2006
1252006
Social disorganization, social capital, collective efficacy and the spatial distribution of crime and offenders: An empirical test of six neighbourhood models for a Dutch city
GJN Bruinsma, LJR Pauwels, FM Weerman, W Bernasco
British Journal of Criminology 53 (5), 942-963, 2013
1052013
Suicidal behavior in jails and prisons in the Netherlands: Incidence, characteristics, and prevention
AJFM Kerkhof, W Bernasco
Suicide and Life‐Threatening Behavior 20 (2), 123-137, 1990
941990
Situational causes of offending: A fixed‐effects analysis of space–time budget data
W Bernasco, S Ruiter, GJN Bruinsma, LJR Pauwels, FM Weerman
Criminology 51 (4), 895-926, 2013
882013
When is spending time with peers related to delinquency? The importance of where, what, and with whom
FM Weerman, W Bernasco, GJN Bruinsma, LJR Pauwels
Crime & Delinquency 61 (10), 1386-1413, 2015
812015
Modeling micro-level crime location choice: Application of the discrete choice framework to crime at places
W Bernasco
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 26 (1), 113-138, 2010
812010
Go where the money is: Modeling street robbers’ location choices
W Bernasco, R Block, S Ruiter
Journal of Economic Geography 13 (1), 119-143, 2013
762013
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