Crime and Justice
Crime and Justice – A Review of Research, founded by Michael Tonry and the late Norval Morris in 1977, and still edited by Michael Tonry, is a refereed hardcover journal specializing in publication of review essays on topical research or policy subjects relating to crime and the criminal justice system.
Published by the University of Chicago Press, it is among the world's most frequently cited journals in its field. In 2005 and again in 2010, it was the top-ranked criminology, penology, or criminal justice journal in the world according to ISI Social Science Citations Index analyses of scholarly impact. The contents of Crime and Justice are multidisciplinary, ranging from psychoneurology and operations research through economics, psychology, and sociology to law, philosophy, and history. Information on the 42 volumes to date may be found at the Crime and Justice website maintained by the University of Chicago Press at http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/toc/cj/current.