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"Macro-estructuras de corrupción: el caso lava jato" Osservatorio Sulla Criminalitá Organi

Macro-estructuras de corrupción: el caso lava jato Luis Jorge Garay Salamanca, Eduardo Salcedo-Albarán, Guillermo Macías Fernández Abstract In this article it is developed and analyzed a social network model of a criminal organization engaged on corruption in Brazil. The model, based on judicial records published by Brazilian authorities, is referenced herein as the “Lava Jato” network. The applied methodology is based on Social Networks Analysis protocols that allow identifying lawful and unlawful interactions between individuals and companies. The result is a criminal network model in which 906 nodes established 2693 lawful and unlawful interactions. The extensiveness and institutional sco

CASO LAVA-JATO: UNA PERSPECTIVA DESDE EL ANÁLISIS DE REDES SOCIALES, Guillermo Macías en Mirador Jud

El Análisis de Redes Sociales (ARS) se ha convertido en una herramienta que facilita la organización, sistematización, análisis y visualización de estructuras criminales. Dicha herramienta proporciona información certera y concisa sobre hechos y dinámicas entre individuos y grupos. Se ha destacado por ser una herramienta fundamental para el desarrollo de estrategias para su desarticulación en casos particularmente extensos y de difícil visualización como son aquellas estructuras de corrupción, donde es necesario entender todas las acciones e interacciones entre criminales de tiempo completo y agentes grises[1]. En este artículo se definen algunas de las estrategias utilizadas para el análisi

"Macro-corruption and the Lava-Jato Case: A Criminal Networks Analysis" Luis Jorge Garay-S

Social Network Analysis (SNA) has become an approach that facilitates organizing, systematizing, analyzing and visualizing criminal structures. The set of methodologies and protocols sustained on SNA, referred herein as Criminal Networks Analysis (CNA) provides an accurate and succinct way to analyze information about facts and social dynamics between both individuals and groups. It has stood out for being a fundamental tool in developing strategies for dismantling networks, especially in extensive cases that are difficult to visualize, such as those corruption schemes in which it is necessary to understand actions and interactions between full-time criminals and gray agents.[1] This article

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