Chris M. Smith
Chris M. Smith
Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Toronto
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More coffee, less crime? The relationship between gentrification and neighborhood crime rates in Chicago, 1991 to 2005
AV Papachristos, CM Smith, ML Scherer, MA Fugiero
City & Community 10 (3), 215-240, 2011
Trust thy crooked neighbor: multiplexity in Chicago organized crime networks
CM Smith, AV Papachristos
American Sociological Review 81 (4), 644-667, 2016
The influence of gentrification on gang homicides in Chicago neighborhoods, 1994 to 2005
CM Smith
Crime & Delinquency 60 (4), 569-591, 2014
The Embedded and Multiplex Nature of Al Capone
AV Papachristos, CM Smith
Crime and Networks, 97-115, 2014
Exogenous shocks, the criminal elite, and increasing gender inequality in chicago organized crime
CM Smith
American Sociological Review 85 (5), 895-923, 2020
Syndicate women: Gender and networks in Chicago organized crime
CM Smith
University of California Press, 2019
Social Network Analysis of Urban Street Gangs
JC Piquette, CM Smith, AV Papachristos
Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice 62, 4981-91, 2014
The ties that bribe: Corruption's embeddedness in Chicago organized crime
J Joseph, CM Smith
Criminology 59 (4), 671-703, 2021
Citizen science and crowdsourced data collection, not government statistics, provide the most reliable count of citizen fatalities by police
MJ Thompson, CM Smith
USApp-American Politics and Policy Blog, 2017
The Shifting Structure of Chicago's Organized Crime Network and the Women It Left Behind
C Smith
Criminal Networks
CM Smith, AV Papachristos
The Oxford Handbook of Social Networks, 2020
Race, Gender, and Police Violence in the Shadow of Controlling Images
B Remster, CM Smith, R Kramer
Social Problems, 2022
Violence brokers and super-spreaders: how organised crime transformed the structure of Chicago violence during Prohibition
CM Smith, AV Papachristos
Global Crime 23 (1), 23-43, 2022
Mafia Organizations: The Visible Hand of Criminal Enterprise
CM Smith
Contemporary Sociology 49 (5), 432-434, 2020
Book review: Police Power and Race Riots: Urban Unrest in Paris and New York
J Jordan, CM Smith
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 59 (2), 174-176, 2018
How network science unearthed the overlapping relationships of organized crime in Al Capone’s Chicago
CM Smith, AV Papachristos
USApp–American Politics and Policy Blog, 2016
Gentrification may not be a silver bullet to prevent gang violence, and in some cases, it may even make it worse
CM Smith
LSE American Politics and Policy, 2014
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