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Research Projects

The Cost of Crime and Violence in Latin America and the Caribbean


Administered by: The Latin American and Caribbean Research Network

Documents related to this project:

Topic: Microeconomics

Start Date: July 2012

Members of the Coordinating Team:

Working Papers :

Selected Proposals :

  • A Hedonic Price Analysis of the Impact of Crime on the Willingness to Pay Rent: An Analysis Using Brazil’s Annual Household Sample Survey
  • Causal Estimates of the Intangible Costs of Violence Against Women in Latin America and the Caribbean
  • Economic Implications of Drug Trafficking Homicides
  • Effects of Punishment on Crime in Colombia: Deterrence and Human Capital Formation
  • Life and Death in the Favelas: Measuring the Effect of Violence on Birth Outcomes in Urban Brazil
  • The Costs of Crime and Violence in Colombia: Juvenile Crime and Education
  • The Costs of Crime and Violence in Uruguay: Evidence and Some Theory
  • The Economic Consequences of Violence and Crime in Mexico
  • Towards a Comprehensive Framework for Assesing the Costs of Youth Crime and Violence in Trinidad and Tobago

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