Los determinantes socioeconómicos del delito en España

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https://doi.org/10.46381/reic.v1i0.5

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delito, datos de panel

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Este trabajo examina, mediante el uso de modelos econométricos de datos de panel, los determinantes socio–económicos del delito en España. Los resultados del estudio sugieren que una vez controlada la posible endogeneidad de la probabilidad de captura, la variable no es significativa. Factores demográficos tienen un impacto sobre las tasas de delicuencia. También se encuentra evidencia empírica de que la renta per capita y el nivel educativo tienen un efecto positivo sobre los niveles de criminalidad mientras que la tasa de desempleo no es un factor significativo.

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2003-02-01

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Rodríguez, A. (2003). Los determinantes socioeconómicos del delito en España. Revista Española De Investigación Criminológica, 1, 1–31. https://doi.org/10.46381/reic.v1i0.5

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