Crime Victimization and Income Distribution
AbstractCrime levels have risen significantly in Argentina during recent years. In this study, we analyze the relationship between crime victimization and income distribution.
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Population Statistics & Information Systems; Citizen Security & Crime Prevention; Poverty; Social Development; Programas de Protección Social y Reducción de la Pobreza Social Protection and Poverty Reduction Programs; crime victimization and income distribution;
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