DAREN FISHER, PhD
Daren Fisher, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at The Citadel. His research interests include the relationship between government actions and subsequent terrorism, criminological theory, policing, and crime prevention. Daren specializes in empirically testing the predictions of criminological theory to better inform government policies that aim to reduce crime using econometric methods and qualitative approaches.
Fisher, D. and Becker, M.H., (2019) The heterogeneous repercussions of killing Osama bin Laden on global terrorism patterns. European Journal of Criminology. doi: 1477370819850103.
Fisher, D. and Lee, J.G., 2019. Testing the Universality of the Gender Equality–Peace Thesis: The Influence of Increased Gender Equality on Terrorism in Turkey. Women & Criminal Justice, doi: 10.1080/08974454.2019.1582124.
Paternoster, R. and Fisher, D. (2017) The Foundation and Reemergence of Classical Thought In Criminological Theory: A Brief Philosophical History. In the Wiley Handbook of the History and Philosophy of Criminology, ed. Ruth A. Triplett. Chapter 10, 173-188.