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Ilene H. Nagel
Professor of Law
  1. ACADEMIC AND ENTREPRENURIAL RESEARCH:  THE CONSEQUENCES OF DIVERSITY IN FEDERAL EVALUATION STUDIES (with H. Freeman).  New York:  Russell Sage Foundation, 1975.

  2. Evaluative Research in Corrections:  Status and Prospects Revisited, 39 FEDERAL PROBATION 56 (March 1975).

  3. External Validity and Evaluative Research: A Codification of Problems (with George Bohrenstedt and Edgar Borgatta), 4 SOCIOLOGICAL METHODS & RESEARCH 101 (1975).

  4. VALIDITY ISSUES IN EVALUATION RESEARCH.  Beverly Hills, CA:  Sage Publications, 1975.

  5. Evaluation Research and Public Policies (with H. Freeman), in POLICY STUDIES AND THE SOCIAL SCIENCES.  Lexington, MA:  D.C. Heath, 1976.

  6. Charge Reduction:  An Intermediary Stage in the Process of Labelling Criminal Defendants (with Edward Kick, Jan Leung and Barbara Schulz), 56 SOCIAL FORCES 363 (1977).

  7. Societal Reaction to Deviants: The Case of Criminal Defendants (with William Kelley and Patricia Doyle), 42 AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW 743 (1977).

  8. Social Control in Applied Social Sciences:  A Study of Evaluative Researchers' Conformity to Technical Norms, 7 SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH 24 (1978).

  9. Conflict in Context:  The Sanctioning of Draft Resisters, 1963-1976 (with John Hagan), 27 SOCIAL PROBLEMS 109 (1979).

  10. Housewives's Self-Esteem and Their Husbands' Success:  The Myth of Vicarious Involvement (with Anne Macke and George Bohrnstedt), 41 JOURNAL OF MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY 51 (1979).

  11. Institutional Sexism:  The Case in Criminal Courts (with J. Cardascia and C. Ross), in DISCRIMINATION IN ORGANIZATIONS.  New York:  Jossey Bass, 1979.

  12. The Sentence Bargaining of Upperworld and Underworld Crime in Ten Federal District Courts (with John Hagan), 13 LAW & SOCIETY REVIEW 467 (1979).

  13. Sentencing Bargaining in Federal District Courts (with John Hagan), in PLEA-BARGAINING. Lexington, MA:  D.C. Heath, 1980.

  14. The Social Organization of White Collar Sanctions:  An Analysis of Sentencing Decisions in Ten Federal District Courts (with John Hagan and Celesta Alboretti), 45 AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW 802 (1980).

  15. Evaluating Criminal Justice Legislation (with R. Berk and P. Burstin), in EVALUATION IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE.  Beverly Hills, CA:  Sage Publications, 1981.

  16. Sex Differences in Court Outcomes for Criminal Defendants (with J. Cardascia and C. Ross), in WOMEN AND CRIME:  CROPWOOD CONFERENCE SERIES.  London: Cambridge University Press, 1981.

  17. Sex Differences in the Processing of Criminal Defendants (with J. Cardascia and C. Ross), in WOMEN AND THE LAW:  THE SOCIAL HISTORY PERSPECTIVE. Cambridge, MA:  Schenkman Publishing, 1981.

  18. The Social Organization of White Collar Crime Sanctions:  A Study of Prosecution and Punishment in the Federal Courts (with John Hagan and Celesta Alboretti), in WHITE COLLAR CRIME AND ECONOMIC CRIME.  Washington, DC:  Heath, 1981.

  19. Methods of Evaluative Research (with E. Shelden), in AN INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL RESEARCH, VOLUME 1.  Cambridge, MA:  Ballinger Books, 1982.

  20. The Sentencing of White Collar Criminals in Federal Courts:  A Socio-legal Exploration of Disparity (with J. Hagan), 80 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW 1427 (1982).

  21. White Collar Crime, White Collar Time:  The Sentencing of White Collar Offenders in the Southern District of New York (with John Hagan), 20 AMERICAN CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW 259 (1982).

  22. Gender and Crime:  Offense Patterns and Criminal Court Sanctions (with J. Hagan), in CRIME AND JUSTICE:  AN ANNUAL REVIEW OF RESEARCH.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1983.

  23. The Legal/Extra Legal Controversy: Judicial Decisions in Pretrial Release, 17 LAW & SOCIETY REVIEW 481 (1983).

  24. Methodological Issues in Court Outcome Research:  Pretrial Release Decisions for Federal Criminal Defendants (with R. Stryker and J. Hagan), 11 SOCIOLOGICAL METHODS & RESEARCH 205 (1983).

  25. RICO, Past and Future: Some Observations and Conclusions (with Sheldon Plager), 52 UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI LAW REVIEW 456 (1983).

  26. Empirical Research and the Shareholder Derivative Suit: Toward a Better Informed Debate (with Bryant Garth and Sheldon Plager), 48 LAW AND CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS 137 (Summer 1985).

  27. The Institution of the Private Attorney General: Perspectives from an Empirical Study of Class Action Litigation (with Bryant Garth and S. Jay Plager), 61 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 353 (1988).

  28. Criminal Justice Decision Making as a Stratification Process:  The Role of Race and Stratification Resources in Pretrial Release (with C. Albonetti, R. Hauser and J. Hagan), 5 JOURNAL OF QUANTITATIVE CRIMINOLOGY 57 (1989).

  29. Equality v. Discretion in Sentencing (with Stephen Breyer and Terence MacCarthy), 26 AMERICAN CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW 1813 (1989).

  30. Negotiated Pleas Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines:  The First Fifteen Months (with Stephen Schulhofer), 27 AMERICAN CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW 231 (1989).

  31. Foreword: Structuring Sentencing Discretion:  The New Federal Sentencing Guidelines, 80 JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW AND CRIMINOLOGY 883 (1990).

  32. The Federal Sentencing Guidelines for Corporations: Their Development, Theoretical Underpinnings, and Some Thoughts About Their Future (with Winthrop M. Swenson), 71 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW QUARTERLY 205 (1993).