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Abstract:Steve Gibbons uses Metropolitan Police figures for reported crime to show that vandalism and graffiti have a significant impact on house values, but burglary and violent crime levels in an area do not.
CentrePiece 8 (3) Autumn 2003 pages: 16-19
This article is an edited version of "The Costs of Urban Property Crime", CEP Discussion Paper No. 574, June 2003
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