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Recent Publications 


Wikstrom P-O H  (2019) Situational Action Theory: A General, Dynamic and Mechanism-Based Theory of Crime and Its Causes. In (Eds): Krohn, M.D., Hendrix, N., PENLY HALL, G., Lizotte, A.J.: Handbook on Crime and Deviance. Second Edition. New York. Springer verlag. 

Hardie, B. and  Wikstrom, P-O H (2019). "Space-Time Budget Methodology: Facilitating Social Ecology of Crime." Encyclopedia of Research Methods and Statistical Techniques in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Editors: J. C. Barnes; D. R. Forde.  Wiley Series of Encyclopaedias in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Wiley.


Wikstrom, P-O. (2019) " Explaining Crime and Criminal Careers. The DEA model of Situational Action Theory. Journal of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology

Wikstrom, P-O., Mann, R. Hardie, B. (2018) "Young people's differential vulnerability to Criminogenic exposure: Bringing the gap between people- and place-orientated approaches in the study of crime causation". European Journal of Criminology. SAGE Publications 

Wikstrom, P-O. (2017) Character, Circumstances and the Causes of Crime. In (Eds) Leibling A., Maruna, S. & McAra, L. The Oxford Handbook of Criminology. Oxford. Oxford University Press

Treiber, K. (2017). Biosocial criminology and models of criminal decision making. In W. Bernasco, H. Elffers, J. van Gelder (eds) Oxford Handbook of Offender Decision Making. Oxford: OUP.

Treiber, K. (2017) Situational action theory and PADS+: Theoretical and methodological advances in the study of life-course criminology. In A. Blokland & V. van der Geest (eds) International Handbook of Life-Course Criminology. Routledge.

Hirtenlehner, H. and K. Treiber (2017) “Can situational action theory explain the gender gap in adolescent shoplifting? Results from Austria.” International Criminal Justice Review.

Treiber, K. and G. Parent (2017) L’utilité du budget spatio-temporel pour mieux comprendre le phénomène criminel. In D. Décary-Hétu and M. Bérubé (eds) Délinquances et innovations. Montréal, Presses Internationales Polytechnique.