The incidence of public security policies on political risk
Published: 11 December 2020
Fórum Empresarial pp 105-121; doi:10.33801/fe.v25i1.18497
Abstract: The aim of this work is to make explicit the relationship between political risk and public security policies. The theory through which such a link is established is the theory of dangerous places. These places are characterized by high levels of unemployment, poverty, high demographic density, etc. These phenomena are also threats to security. That there are territories that have such characteristics is, in a way, the responsibility of governments. Thus, they are also responsible for the thousands of companies that annually incur millions in losses due to business victimization. For this reason, it seems essential to take into account the current or future governments’ crime prevention public policy approaches, since their decisions can minimize the losses borne by the victimized companies.
Keywords: poverty / unemployment / crime / explicit / phenomena / Dangerous / Minimize / Take / Thousands / Incur
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