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Preferences for Social Inclusion: Empirical Evidence from Juvenile Rehabilitation in Italy

Martina Menon (), Federico Perali () and Marcella Veronesi ()

No 18/2013, Working Papers from University of Verona, Department of Economics

Abstract: Social inclusion is a multidimensional phenomenon that involves social, psychological, political, and economic aspects of individuals’ life. While social inclusion is a priority of the European Agenda 2020, little is known about individuals’ preferences for social inclusion and their determinants. We investigate factors affecting preferences for social inclusion using a stated preference survey on juvenile rehabilitation. We show that ideological inclinations, concerns about crime, and altruistic motives play a significant role in explaining preferences for the social inclusion of juvenile offenders.

Keywords: Social inclusion; Juvenile crime; Altruism; Rehabilitation; Stated preferences (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013-10
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