▪ Smit P., Van Eijk A., Decae R. (2012). Trends in the Reaction on Crime in Criminal Justice Systems in Europe in 1990–2007: A Comparison of Four European Regions. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 18, 55-82.
▪ Harrendorf, S. (2012). Offence Definitions in the European Sourcebook of Crime and Criminal Justice Statistics and Their Influence on Data Quality and Comparability. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 18, 23–53.
▪ Aebi, M. F. (2004). Crime Trends in Western Europe From 1990 to 2000. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 10, 163–186. Full text
▪ Aebi, M.F, Barclay, G., Jehle, J.M., Killias M. (2001). Un nuevo instrumento para la investigación criminológica. Boletín Criminológico, 53. Full text
▪ The European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research (vol 8 no. 1, March 2000). This issue of the European Journal was devoted primarily on the Sourcebook.It includes the following articles: Full text
- The European Sourcebook of Crime and Criminal Justice Statistics: A New Tool in Assessing Crime and Policy Issues in Comparative and Empirical Perspective – Martin Killias and Wolfgang Rau.
- The comparability of data on convictions and sanctions: are international comparisons possible? – Gordon C. Barclay.
- Prosecution in Europe: Varying structures, convergent trends – Jörg-Martin Jehle.
- Crime Trends in Europe from 1990 to 1996: How Europe Illustrates the Limits of the American Experience – Martin Killias and Marcelo F. Aebi.
- Influences on the prisoner rate: Number of entries into prison, length of sentences and crime rate – Marcelo F. Aebi and André Kuhn.
- Crime statistics as constructs: the case of Swedish rape statistics – Hanns von Hofer.
- Crimes and the need of sanction capacity in the Netherlands: trends and backgrounds – Frank van Tulder.
- Current Issues: False Profits: Why Product Counterfeiting is Increasing – Jon Vagg and Justine Harris.
▪ Aebi, M.F, Barclay, G., Jehle, J.M., Killias M.(2000). European Sourcebook Key Findings. Council of Europe. Full text