Civil conflict and voting behavior: Evidence from Colombia

Título traducido de la contribución: CONFLICTO CIVIL Y DESPLIEGUE DE TIC EN COLOMBIA

Juan Daniel Oviedo, Jorge TOVAR

Resultado de la investigación: Documento de Trabajo

Resumen

Documentamos la existencia de una relación entre la adopción y la calidad del servicio de Internet y el terrorismo en Colombia. Encontramos que el terrorismo, medido como ataques terroristas, tiene una relación de patrón en forma de U con la tasa de penetración del servicio de Internet, y una correlación negativa con la calidad medida como la velocidad de descarga. También mostramos que este patrón de relación entre el terrorismo y el servicio de Internet es una correlación histórica en los municipios de Colombia donde ocurrieron los atentados.
Idioma originalEnglish (US)
Lugar de publicaciónBogotá
EditorialUniversidad del Rosario
Páginas1-26
Número de páginas26
EstadoIn preparation - dic 30 2018

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Colombia
terrorism
Internet
municipality

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Oviedo, J. D., & TOVAR, J. (2018). Civil conflict and voting behavior: Evidence from Colombia. (194 ed.) (pp. 1-26). Bogotá: Universidad del Rosario.
Oviedo, Juan Daniel ; TOVAR, Jorge. / Civil conflict and voting behavior: Evidence from Colombia. 194. ed. Bogotá : Universidad del Rosario, 2018. pp. 1-26
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