La coordinación intra e intergubernamental para enfrentar al crimen organizado en México
[The intra and intergovernmental coordination to confront organized crime in Mexico]
Organized crime´s actions are a complex problem that requires an equally complex governmental policy. This policy requires coordination within the federal government and between the federal and subnational governments. The article starts questioning how to integrate the federal and subnational governments in to a complex strategy in order to face organized crime? To answer, federal government´s strategy is analyzed, discussing its impact on the subnational governments. Its main contribution is the discussion of strategic intelligence for the states´ and the discussion of different obstacles to foster organizational change.
|Date of creation:||27 Feb 2014|
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|Publication status:||Published in Políticas Públicas 1.2(2014): pp. 59-81|
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