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Felipe Estrada Dörner

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Works at Department of Criminology
Telephone 08-674 71 40
Email felipe.estrada@criminology.su.se
Visiting address Universitetsvägen 10 C, plan 6
Room C 639
Postal address Kriminologiska institutionen 106 91 Stockholm

About me

Professor, Head of Department

Research

Research areas: Crime trends, policy, social exclusion, juvenile delinquency, longitudinal studies.

Current research projects

The Inequality of the Crime Drop (with Anders Nilsson, Olof Bäckman and Fredrik Sivertsson)

The Female offender as a Social Problem (with Tove Pettersson, Erika Hedlund and Anders Nilsson)

Towards inclusion or exclusion? A life course study of criminal men and women (with Susanne Alm, Olof Bäckman and Anders Nilsson)

Juvenile crime in Sweden

Violence as a social problem

Publications

Nilsson, A., Estrada, F., & Bäckman, O. (2017). The unequal crime drop: Changes over time in the distribution of crime among individuals from different socioeconomic backgrounds. European Journal of Criminology

Aaltonen, M., Skardhamar, T., Nilsson, A., Andersen, L. H., Bäckman, O., Estrada, F., & Danielsson, P. (2016). Comparing Employment Trajectories before and after First Imprisonment in Four Nordic Countries. British Journal of Criminology.

Estrada, Felipe, Olof Bäckman, and Anders Nilsson. 2016, "The Darker Side of Equality? The Declining Gender Gap in Crime: Historical Trends and an Enhanced Analysis of Staggered Birth Cohorts." British Journal of Criminology: adv.access. azv114.

Nilsson, A. Estrada, F. och Bäckman, O.  (2014). Offending, drug abuse and life chances—a longitudinal study of a Stockholm birth cohort. Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention

Shannon, Bäckman, Estrada, and Nilsson. "Youth and Crime in Sweden." In Oxford Handbooks Online. New York: Oxford University Press. 

Felipe Estrada, Janne Flyghed, Anders Nilsson och Karin Bäckman (2014). Why are occupational safety crimes increasing? Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention.

Nilsson, A., Bäckman, O., och Estrada, F (2013).  Involvement in crime, individual resources and structural constraints. Processes of cumulative (dis)advantage in a Stockholm birth cohort. British Journal of Criminology 53, 297-318.

Nilsson, A., Bäckman, O., och Estrada, F (2013). Involvement in crime, individual resources and structural constraints. Processes of cumulative (dis)advantage in a Stockholm birth cohort. British Journal of Criminology

Estrada, F. & Nilsson, A. (2012): Does it Cost More to be a Female Offender? A life-course study of Childhood Circumstances, Crime, Drug Abuse, and Living Conditions Feminist Criminology

Estrada, F., Pettersson, T., and Shannon, D. (2012). Crime and Criminology in Sweden. European Journal of Criminology. 

Nilsson, A. & Estrada, F. (2011): “Established or excluded? A longitudinal study of criminality, work and family formation”, European Journal of Criminology, 8: 229-245. 

Estrada, F. Nilsson, A., Jerre, K och Wikman, S. (2010). Violence at work- the emergence of a social problem. Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention.

Nilsson, A och Estrada, F (2009). Criminality and Life Chances (482 Kb) . Department of Criminology Report series 2009:3.

Estrada & Nilsson (2008): Segregation and victimisation. Neighbourhood resources, individual risk factors and exposure to property crime. European Journal of Criminology, 2008 5: 193-216.

Nilsson, A. & Estrada, F. (2007) Risky neighbourhood or individuals at risk? The significance of neighbourhood conditions for violent victimisation in residential areas. Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention, vol 8, 2-21.

Estrada, F. (2006): Trends in violence in Scandinavia according to different indicators. British Journal of Criminology, vol 46:3; 486-504.

Nilsson, A. & Estrada, F. (2006): “The Inequality of Victimisation. Trends in exposure to crime among rich and poor”, European Journal of Criminology, vol 3:4; 387-412. 

Nilsson, A. & Estrada, F. (2006). “Poverty and violence in developed countries: two studies”. In McCarthy, T. (ed.). Attacking the Root causes of Torture. Poverty, Inequality and Violence. An Interdisciplinary Study. World Organisation against Torture: Geneva.

Sarnecki, J and Estrada, F. (2006): “Keeping the Balance between Humanism and Penal Punitivism -Recent trends in Juvenile delinquency and Juvenile justice in Sweden,” in Josine Junger-Tas and Scott H. Decker, Handbook of International Juvenile Justice, Dordrecht, Springer

Westfelt, L. & Estrada, F. (2005): International Crime Trends: Sources of Comparative Crime Data and Postwar Trends in Western Europe, I Sheptycki, J. & Wardak, A. (ed), Transnational and Comparative Criminology in a Global Context. London: Cavendish Publishing.

Estrada, F. & Nilsson, A. (2004): ”Exposure to threatening and violent behaviour among single mothers – the significance of lifestyle, neighbourhood and welfare situation”, British Journal of Criminology, 44:2:168-187.

Estrada F (2004) “The Transformation of the Politics of Crime in High Crime Societies“ European Journal of Criminology, vol 1:4:419-444.

Palme, J., Bergmark, Å., Bäckman, O., Estrada, F., Fritzell, J., Lundberg, O. Sjöberg. O. Sommestad, L. & Szebehely, M (2003), “A Welfare Balance Sheet for the 1990’s”. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, supplement 60.

Nilsson, A. & Estrada, F. (2003), “Victimisation, Inequality and Welfare during an Economic Recession. A Study of Self Reported Victimisation in Sweden 1988-1999.” British Journal of Criminology, 43:4:655-672.

Palme, J., Bergmark, Å., Bäckman, O., Estrada, F., Fritzell, J., Lundberg, O. & Szebehely, M (2002), “Welfare Trends in Sweden. Balancing the Books for the 1990’s”. Journal of European Social Policy, vol 12 (4):329-346.

Estrada, F. (2001): ”Juvenile Violence as a Social Problem”. British Journal of Criminology, 41, 639-655 .

Estrada, F. (1999): ”Juvenile Crime Trends in Postwar Europe”. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, vol 7, no. 1, s. 5-22.

Last updated: September 4, 2019

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