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Alexander, P., Prestele, R., Verburg, P.H., Arneth, A., Fujimori, S., Hasegawa, T., Jain, A. K., Meiyappan, P., Dunford, R., Harrison, P.A., Holzhauer, S., Brown, C., Dendoncker, N., Steinbuks, J., Lenton, T., Powell, T., Sands, R. D., Wise, M. A., Kyle, P., Stehfest, E., Doelman, J., Schaldach, R., Lavalle, C., Jacobs-Crisioni, C., Van Meijl, H., Tabeau, A., Popp, A., Humpenoder, F., Baumanns, K., Butler, A., Liu, J. and Rounsevell, M.D.A. (2017). Assessing uncertainties in land cover projections. Global Change Biology 23(2), 767-781. Wiley.

Soteriades, A.D., Moreau, S., Charroin, T., Blanchard, M., Stott, A.W., Faverdin, P. and Liu, J. (2016). The relationship of dairy farm eco-efficiency with intensification and self-sufficiency. Evidence from the French dairy sector using life cycle analysis, data envelopment analysis and partial least squares structural equation modelling. PLoS ONE. PLoS, San Francisco, USA.

Boden, L.A., Auty, H., Bessell, P.R., Duckett, D., Liu, J., Kyle, C.E., McKee, A., Sutherland, L.A., Reynolds, J., Bronsvoort, M. and McKendrick, I.J. (2015). Scenario planning: the future of the cattle and sheep industries in Scotland and their resiliency to disease. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 121(3/4), 353-364. Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Francis, B. and Liu, J. (2015). Modelling escalation in crime seriousness: a latent variable approach. Metron 73(2), 277-297. Springer Milan.

Liu, J., Francis, B. and Soothill, K. (2011). A longitudinal study of escalation in crime seriousness. Journal of Quantitative Criminology 27(2), 175-196.

Liu, J., Francis, B. and Soothill, K. (2008). Kidnapping offenders: Their risk of escalation to repeat offending and other serious crime. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 19(2), 164-179.

Soothill, K., Francis, B. and Liu, J. (2008). Does serious offending lead to Homicide? Exploring the interrelationships and sequencing of serious crime. British Journal of Criminology 48(4), 522-537.

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