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NCJ Number: 229543 Find in a Library
Title: Corruption and Human Trafficking in Brazil: Findings from a Multi-Modal Approach
Journal: European Journal of Criminology  Volume:7  Issue:1  Dated:January 2010  Pages:29-43
Author(s): Andrea Cirineo Sacco Studnicka
Date Published: January 2010
Page Count: 15
Document: HTML (Publisher Site)
Publisher: http://www.sagepub.com 
Type: Research (Applied/Empirical)
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This paper examines the relationship between corruption and human trafficking in Brazil.
Abstract: Because both corruption and trafficking are very complex phenomena, a multivariate approach was used to analyse the relationship between corruption and trafficking. The results of the analysis show that, in Brazil, corruption is a causal factor in human trafficking. The paper offers a number of suggestions to help researchers and policymakers better understand where, how and when corruption facilitates trafficking in human beings in order to combat both crimes more effectively. (Published Abstract)
Main Term(s): Trafficking in Persons
Index Term(s): Brazil; Bribery; Correlation analysis; Corruption of public officials; Organized crime; Research methods
Note: For additional articles in this special issue see NCJ-229541-42 and NCJ-229544-47.
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