La corrupción política como crimen organizado transnacional

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This article's objective is to characterize political corruption as a transnational organized crime, which is to say, a crime that operates in a network in the context of globalization and affects democratic Governments. The methodology consisted of adopting the theoretical elements of Castells (2006), Ianni (1974) and Williams (1994, 2003), which are approached in recent studies by Campana (2016); Charette & Papachristos (2017); Malm & Bichler (2011); Morselli (2009); and Papachristos (2011), as well as Political Science studies, such as Bobbio (2016), based on which two types of networks of transnational political corruption are proposed: One against the Government and another which seeks to benefit from the Government. The two types are developed based on two cases that occurred in Latin America, which show the hybridization of crime and politics.

Título traducido de la contribuciónPolitical corruption as a transnational organized crime
Idioma originalEspañol
Páginas (desde-hasta)233-245
Número de páginas13
PublicaciónRevista Criminalidad
EstadoPublicada - may. 2020

Palabras clave

  • Administrative corruption
  • Corruption of officers
  • Cost of crime
  • Crimes against public administration (source: Latin American Criminal Policy Thesaurus - ILANUD)
  • Organized crime


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