Studies on gun laws' effect on crime

More Guns, Less Crime by John Lott
 
Bruce L. Benson, Florida State University, and Brent D. Mast, American Enterprise Institute, 'Privately Produced General Deterrence', The Journal of Law and Economics, October 2001
 
Florenz Plassmann, State University of New York at Binghamton, and T. Nicolaus Tideman, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, "Does the right to carry concealed handguns deter countable crimes? Only a count analysis can say", The Journal of Law and Economics, October 2001
 
Carlisle E. Moody, College of William and Mary, "Testing for the effects of concealed weapons laws: Specification errors and robustness," The Journal of Law and Economics, October 2001
 
David E. Olson, Loyola University Chicago, and Michael D. Maltz, University of Illinois at Chicago, "Right-to-carry concealed weapons laws and homicide in large U.S. counties: the effect on weapon types, victim characteristics, and victim-offender relationships," The Journal of Law and Economics, October 2001.
 
David B. Mustard, University of Georgia, The Impact of Gun Laws on Police Deaths The Journal of Law and Economics, October 2001.
 
T. B. Marvell, Justec Research, The Impact of Banning Juvenile Gun Possession The Journal of Law and Economics, October 2001.
 
John R. Lott, Jr and John Whitley, University of Adelaide, Safe-Storage Gun Laws: Accidental Deaths, Suicides, and Crime The Journal of Law and Economics, October 2001.
 
William Alan Bartley and Mark A. Cohen, Vanderbilt University, 'The Effect of Concealed Weapons Laws: An Extreme Bound Analysis', Economic Inquiry, 1998
 
Florenz Plassmann, State University of New York at Binghamton, and John Whitley, University of Adelaide, 'Confirming "More Guns, Less Crime"', Stanford Law Review, 2003.
 
Eric Helland, Claremont-McKenna College and Alexander Tabarrok, George Mason University, "Using Placebo Laws to Test 'More Guns, Less Crime'," The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 2008.
 
Carlisle E. Moody, College of William and Mary, and Thomas B. Marvell, Justec Research, 'The Debate on Shall-Issue Laws', Econ Journal Watch, 2008.
 
Stephen G. Bronars, University of Texas, and John R. Lott, Jr., Criminal Deterrence, Geographic Spillovers, and Right-to-Carry Concealed Handguns, American Economic Review, May 1998.
 
John R. Lott, Jr, The Concealed-Handgun Debate Journal of Legal Studies, January 1998.
 
John R. Lott, Jr and John Whitley, University of Adelaide, A Note on the Use of County-Level UCR Data Journal of Quantitative Criminology, October 2001.
 
John R. Lott, Jr and John Whitley, University of Adelaide, ABORTION AND CRIME: UNWANTED CHILDREN AND OUT-OF-WEDLOCK BIRTHS Economic Inquiry, April 2007.