Crime and beliefs: Evidence from Latin America
Rafael Di Tella,
Javier Donna and
Economics Letters, 2008, vol. 99, issue 3, 566-569
We find that perceptions of crime and individual experience with crime (crime victimization) are positively correlated with left-wing beliefs within countries, controlling for income and other correlates of ideology, in a sample for Latin American countries in the mid-1990's.
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