"extortion"

¿Por qué algunas empresas pagan extorsión y otras no?

Esta plática presentó los resultados de una investigación sobre los factores que explican por qué algunas empresas pagan extorsión y otras no, así como las implicaciones del estudio para la prevención de la extorsión en México y América Central.

Determinants of extortion compliance: Empirical evidence from a victimisation survey

This article focuses on the situational-, victim-, and area-level determinants of extortion compliance. Extortion, a quintessential organised crime, is one of the most common crimes in Mexico. However, compliance with extortion demands is relatively …

Are repeatedly extorted businesses different? A multilevel hurdle model of extortion victimization

**Objectives.** Research consistently shows that crime concentrates on a few repeatedly victimized places and targets. In this paper we examine whether the same is true for extortion against businesses. We then test whether the factors that explain …

Repeat extortion victimisation of Mexican businesses

Research on repeat victimisation consistently reveals that crimes to concentrate within a small subset of victims. Given a recent increase on the number of extortions against businesses in Mexico, this research aimed to answer whether extortion …