- Title Pages
- Chapter One Actuarial Methods in the Criminal Law
- Part I The Rise of the Actuarial Paradigm
- Chapter Two Ernest W. Burgess and Parole Prediction
- Chapter Three The Proliferation of Actuarial Methods in Punishing and Policing
- Part II The Critique of Actuarial Methods
- Chapter Four The Mathematics of Actuarial Prediction: The Illusion of Efficiency
- Chapter Five The Ratchet Effect: An Overlooked Social Cost
- Chapter Six The Pull of Prediction: Distorting Our Conceptions of Just Punishment
- Part III Toward a More General Theory of Punishing and Policing
- Chapter Seven A Case Study on Racial Profiling
- Chapter Eight Shades of Gray
- Chapter Nine The Virtues of Randomization
- Appendix A Retracing the Parole-Prediction Debate and Literature
- Appendix B Mathematical Proofs Regarding the Economic Model of Racial Profiling
- Against Prediction
- University of Chicago Press
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