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Asalto al desarrollo: Violencia en América Latina

Listed editor(s):
  • Juan Luis Londoño
  • Alejandro Gaviria
  • Rodrigo Guerrero
Registered editor(s):
Listed author(s):
  • Juan Luis Londoño
  • Rodrigo Guerrero
  • Bernard Couttolene
  • Ignácio Cano
  • Leandro Piquet Carneiro
  • Luciana Phebo
  • Mauricio Rubio
  • José Miguel Cruz
  • Luis Armando González
  • Luis Ernesto Romano
  • Elvio Sisti
  • Rafael Lozano
  • Marta Hijar
  • Beatriz Zurita
  • Patricia Hernández
  • Leticia Avila
  • Maria Lilia Bravo
  • Teresita de Jesús Ramírez
  • Carlos Carrillo
  • Clotilde Ayala
  • Blanca Estela López
  • Hugo Eyzaguirre
  • Roberto Briceño-León
  • Rogelio Pérez Perdomo

En Latinoamérica, el crimen y la violencia acaparan los titulares de los periódicos, las palabras de los políticos y las angustias de los ciudadanos. En esta región, 140.000 personas son asesinadas cada año y una de cada tres familias es víctima de una agresión criminal en el mismo lapso. Este libro constituye un primer esfuerzo por estudiar el crimen y la violencia en Latinoamérica desde una perspectiva comparada, que reúne no sólo las experiencias de varios países sino también las enseñanzas y recomendaciones de varias disciplinas. El deseo es que este libro promueva el interés por el estudio de la violencia criminal en Latinoamérica. La importancia y la urgencia del tema así lo requieren.

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This book is provided by Inter-American Development Bank in its series IDB Publications (Books) with number 43498 and published in 2000.
ISBN: 9781886938861
Handle: RePEc:idb:idbbks:43498
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  1. Roberto Briceño-León & Rogelio Pérez Perdomo & Juan Carlos Navarro & Patricia Márquez & Anabel Castillo & Veronica Zubillaga & Alberto Camardiel & Olga Avila & Edoardo de Armas & Claudia Malpica & Nat, 1999. "La violencia en Venezuela: Dimensionamiento y políticas de control," IDB Publications (Working Papers) 7605, Inter-American Development Bank.
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