Burglary, neighborhood, housing and other crimes
Collective efficacy and arson: the case of Malmö. Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention
Smallest is better? The spatial distribution of arson and the modifiable areal unit problem. Journal of quantitative criminology, 33(2), 293-318.
Near-repeat shootings in contemporary Sweden 2011 to 2015. Security Journal, 31(1), 73-92.
Hot spot “knarkrondellen”. Nordisk politiforskning 6(2), 111-135.
Near-repeat burglary patterns in Malmö: Stability and change over time. European Journal of Criminology, 16(1), 3-17.
Does burglary affect property prices in a nonmetropolitan municipality? Journal of Rural Studies, 39, 210-218.
The Geography of Pickpocketing at Bus Stops: An Analysis of Grid Cells. In: Safety and Security in Transit Environments. Ceccato, V.; Newton, A. (eds.), Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp 76-98.
Applying Geostatistical Analysis to Crime Data: Car-Related Thefts in the Baltic States. Geographical Analysis, 42:53–77.
Comparing spatial patterns of robbery: evidence from a Western and an Eastern European city. Cities, 25: 185–196.
Architecture and Deviance in Schools – Implications of a Meta Synthesis of Hotspots in Swedish Schools. Nordisk Arkitekturforskning, vol. 31(2):81–104.