Exposure to crime disproportionately affects poorer communities. In the case of Mexico, poorer municipalities have fewer resources for comping with the associated risks of high incidence of crime, leaving them trapped in poverty.
Violent crime may directly affect economic activity through a multiplicity of factors, such as deteriorating health conditions, lower school...
27 Sep 2016 | Carlos Rodríguez-Castelán, Adán Martínez-Cruz
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