Security & Strategic Review - March 2020

NORTHERN TRIANGLE: Measuring the direct and indirect costs of crime

A new staff paper published by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) attempts to measure both the direct and indirect costs of crime using Central America’s ‘Northern Triangle’ (El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras) as case studies.

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