Some publications about (victim survey) methodology

  • Van Dijk J., Mayhew P., van Kesteren J., Aebi M.F. & Linde A. Final report on the study on crime victimisation. Tilburg: Intervict/PrismaPrint Tilburg. Text in PDF
  • Gallup Europe (2007) Methodology of the European Crime and Safety Survey. EU ICS working paper series Brussels, author. Text in PDF
  • Van Wilsum, J. (2006). Cross-National Research on Violent Victimization. In Flannery, D.J., Vazsonyi, A.T. & Waldman, I.D. (Eds.). The Cambridge Handbook of Violent Behavior and Aggression. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Gruszczynska B., and Gruszczynski M., (2005). Crime in Enlarged Europe: Comparison of Crime Rates and Victimization Risks, in: Transition Studies Review, Volume. 12, Issue 2, Sep. 2005, s. 337-345. Text in PDF
  • Hideg, G. & Manchin, R. (2007). The Inclusion of Mobile-only Persons in the Finnish ICS. Brussels, Gallup Europe. Text in PDF
  • Lynch J.P. & Addington, L.A. (Eds.). (2007). Understanding Crime Statistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Book Introduction
  • Lynch, P.L. (2006). Problems and promise of victimization surveys for cross-national research. Crime and Justice, 34, 229-287. Abstract
  • Scherpenzeel A. (2001). Mode effects in panel surveys: A comparison of CAPI and CATI. Neuenburg: Bundesamt für Statistik. Text in PDF
  • United Nations. (2003). Manual for the Development of a System of Criminal Justice Statistics. New York: Author. Text in PDF
  • Kury, M., Oberegfell-Fuchs, J. & Wurger, M. (2002) Methodological Problems in Victim Surveys: The example of the ICVS. in: Kury, H., (Ed) International Comparison of Crime and Victimization: The ICVS. Willowdale, De Sitter Publications.
  • Aebi, M.F., Killias,M. & Tavares, C (2002). Comparing Crime Rates: confronting the International Crime (Victim) Survey, the European Sourcebook of Crime and Criminal Justice Statistics and Interpol Statistics. in: Kury, H., (Ed) International Comparison of Crime and Victimization: The ICVS. Willowdale, De Sitter Publications.
  • Aebi, M. F., Killias, M., & Tavares, C. (2002). Comparing crime rates through police or survey data? The International Crime (Victim) Survey, the European Sourcebook of Crime and Criminal Justice and Interpol statistics compared. International Journal of Comparative Criminology, 2(1), 22-37.
  • Cantor, D., & Lynch, J. P. (2000). Self-report surveys as measures of crime and criminal victimization. In D. Duffee (Ed.), Criminal Justice 2000. Measurement and analysis of crime and justice (pp. 85-138). Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.