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[OQSPS] Immigrant crime in Germany 2012-2015

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The paper is interesting and adds usefully to what we know already from the Scandinavian countries. The methods seem to be OK, although there are of course serious limitations of the data. It would be nice if the Statistics Office would report where people were born and where their parents and grandparents were born. But that's something we can do nothing about. Especially interesting is the correction for sex and age for the country-level analysis based on individual-level data. I don't remember having seen that kind of procedure before. I only marked some minor typos and stylistic details in the paper. Otherwise it's ready to go, I would think. I approve.
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[OQSPS] Immigrant crime in Germany 2012-2015 - by Emil - 2016-Nov-26, 23:55:06
RE: [OQSPS] Immigrant crime in Germany 2012-2015 - by Emil - 2016-Nov-30, 22:49:07
RE: [OQSPS] Immigrant crime in Germany 2012-2015 - by NoahCarl - 2016-Dec-21, 23:30:46
RE: [OQSPS] Immigrant crime in Germany 2012-2015 - by Emil - 2016-Dec-22, 01:25:58
RE: [OQSPS] Immigrant crime in Germany 2012-2015 - by Erwin Schmidt - 2017-Jan-04, 00:23:13
Revision #1 - by Emil - 2017-Jan-09, 01:32:23
RE: [OQSPS] Immigrant crime in Germany 2012-2015 - by Emil - 2017-Jan-15, 02:06:46
RE: [OQSPS] Immigrant crime in Germany 2012-2015 - by Emil - 2017-Jan-26, 18:25:00
RE: [OQSPS] Immigrant crime in Germany 2012-2015 - by NoahCarl - 2017-Jan-26, 20:07:12
RE: [OQSPS] Immigrant crime in Germany 2012-2015 - by Erwin Schmidt - 2017-Jan-26, 23:31:52
RE: [OQSPS] Immigrant crime in Germany 2012-2015 - by Gmeisenberg - 2017-Feb-11, 13:39:05
RE: [OQSPS] Immigrant crime in Germany 2012-2015 - by Emil - 2017-Feb-11, 13:48:14
 
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