Homicídios no Brasil

análise do indivíduo no período 2006-2019

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https://doi.org/10.31060/rbsp.2024.v18.n1.1744

Palavras-chave:

Homicídios, Desigualdade, Desenvolvimento

Resumo

O objetivo deste artigo é verificar empiricamente os óbitos por homicídios no Brasil entre 2006-2019 em função das características do indivíduo. A partir do exame da literatura dedicada ao tema da violência, com destaque para as causas dos homicídios, no campo da Economia, da Criminologia e da Sociologia, este artigo investiga os microdados do Sistema de Informação de Mortalidade (SIM) do DATASUS, que reúne todos os óbitos do país no período considerado. Os resultados estimados confirmam a causalidade apontada pela literatura: o aumento da escolaridade e da idade reduzem as chances de homicídio. Os resultados também mostram que a possibilidade de morte por homicídio aumenta em até 5 vezes se o indivíduo for homem e em mais de 100% se o indivíduo for preto ou pardo; se o indivíduo for branco, as chances de morte por homicídio são 60% menores.

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Biografia do Autor

Ronivaldo Steingraber, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina

Doutor em Desenvolvimento Econômico pela UFPR. Professor do Departamento de Economia e Relações Internacionais da UFSC.

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01-02-2024

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STEINGRABER, Ronivaldo. Homicídios no Brasil: análise do indivíduo no período 2006-2019. Revista Brasileira de Segurança Pública, [S. l.], v. 18, n. 1, p. 72–91, 2024. DOI: 10.31060/rbsp.2024.v18.n1.1744. Disponível em: https://revista.forumseguranca.org.br/index.php/rbsp/article/view/1744. Acesso em: 17 maio. 2024.