The Oxford handbook of the economics of prostitution / edited by Scott Cunningham and Manisha Shah
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- Introduction / Scott Cunningham, Manisha Shah -- Economic Theories and Empirics on the Sex Market / Handie Peng -- Sexual and communication networks of Internet-mediated prostitution / Luis E. C. Rocha, Fredrik Liljeros, Petter Holme -- Empirical Analysis of the Impact of Legal Status on Versatility and Efficiency in Prostitution Markets / Samuel Cameron -- Transactional Sex in Malawi / Sarah Baird, Berk Özler -- The Details Are in the Fine Print / Rohini Sahni, V. Kalyan Shankar -- Economics of Sex Work in Bangladesh / Asadul Islam, Russell Smyth -- Violence and Entry in Prostitution Markets / Samuel Lee, Petra Persson -- The Economics of Male Sex Work / Trevon D. Logan -- Nevada's Regulated Brothels / Barbara G. Brents -- A Method for Determining the Size of the Underground Cash Economy for Commercial Sex in Seven US Cities / Bilal Khan, Mitch Downey, Meredith Dank, Kirk Dombrowski -- Canadian Prostitution Law / Lauren Jones -- Sidewalk Queens / Alexandre Frondizi, Simon Porcher -- The Economics of Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation / Niklas Jakobsson, Andreas Kotsadam -- HIV/AIDS and Commercial Sex Work in the Developing World / Pedro de Araujo.
- Prostitution is one of the least understood occupations but appears to have all the features of traditional markets: prices, supply and demand considerations, variety in the organisational structure, and policy relevance. These are keystones of economics analysis. Greater access to data has enabled economists to build better theories and gain a better understanding of the organisation of sex market. The Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Prostitution is a comprehensive economic analysis of prostitution.
- 9780199357093 (ebook)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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