Mark KleimanMark Albert Robert Kleiman (May 18, 1951 – July 21, 2019) was an American professor, author, and blogger who dealt with issues of drug and criminal justice policy. A professor of public policy at New York University, in 2015, Kleiman became the director of the Crime and Justice Program at NYU's Marron Institute of Urban Management. Kleiman was an expert in the field of crime and drug policy and authored several books in the field.
Kleiman advised local, state, national, and international governmental bodies on crime control and drug policy. He was also the chairman of BOTEC Analysis LLC, a consultancy that focuses on crime, drug policy, and urban development. BOTEC is best known for advising the State of Washington and the government of Canada as they sought to create legal adult-use cannabis markets, but it has also established a niche expertise in illicit tobacco markets, work for which it has received funding from PMI Impact and Cornerstone Research. Provided by Wikipedia
Considering marijuana legalization : insights for Vermont and other jurisdictions / Jonathan P. Caulkins, Beau Kilmer, Mark A.R. Kleiman, Robert J. MacCoun, Gregory Midgette, Pat O...
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