Corrupción administrativa y terrorismo: Un distanciamiento considerable entre intereses y publicaciones

Solon Bevilacqua, John Edward Neira Villena

Resumen


Este estudio investiga la corrupción administrativa (CA) que sufrió alteraciones significativas en los últimos veinte años, pero los intereses existentes aún están lejos de ser atendidos. A partir del análisis de clúster para 253 artículos publicados (double review) se evidenciaron oportunidades y brechas en el trabajo de la ciencia que investiga la CA en el mundo. A partir de un análisis de contenido y de correspondencia, se comprobó que la violencia extrema, como el terrorismo y el narcotráfico, no se analizan en la agenda de la investigación de la CA; “crimen y punición” forman un enlace histórico en la teoría de la CA, pero raramente son investigados en el nivel del comportamiento humano y de Data Science; hay una incidencia significativa de publicaciones relacionadas con las prácticas de combate a la CA, mientras que los estudios que investigaron externalidades positivas y negativas para ese tema son escasos.

Palabras clave


problemas sociales; administración pública; delitos; fraude; corrupción

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