Public budget and crime: an analysis based on the examination of indicators of lethal and non-lethal crimes in the state of Ceará

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https://doi.org/10.21680/2176-9036.2024v16n1ID35016

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Orçamento Público. Execução Orçamentária. Criminalidade. Regressão Linear. Ceará.

Resumo

Objetivo: O presente artigo visa analisar uma possível existência de relação entre a execução orçamentária e níveis de criminalidade no Estado do Ceará no período compreendido entre 2012 a 2021.

Metodologia: Uso de regressão linear com a utilização de variável dependente (gastos orçamentários com a função segurança pública) e independentes (receita pública, crimes violentos letais intencionais, apreensão de armas, crimes violentos patrimoniais, furtos e crimes sexuais).

Resultados: Avaliadas as variáveis propostas, os resultados apontaram a influência de 2 (duas) das 6 (seis) variáveis independentes analisadas: receita a 1% e furtos a 10%. Os demais indicadores relacionados a crimes violentos letais intencionais, apreensão de armas, crimes violentos patrimoniais e crimes sexuais não apresentaram resultados consistentes.

 Contribuições do Estudo: Amplia o nível de conhecimento acerca de possíveis relações entre gastos orçamentários e criminalidade (suas diversas tipologias), no intuito de compreender melhor se efetivamente somente gastos em segurança pública são capazes de influenciar o nível de criminalidade em um estado da federação.

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Biografia do Autor

Ludmilla Azevedo de Freitas, Federal University of Ceará (UFC),

Accountant and Lawyer, Federal University of Ceará (UFC), Department of Accounting

Roberto Sérgio do Nascimento, Federal University of Ceará (UFC).

Ph.D. in Accounting, Federal University of Ceará (UFC), Department of Accounting

Denise Maria Moreira Chagas Corrêa, Federal University of Ceará (UFC).

PhD in Brazilian Education, Federal University of Ceará (UFC), Department of Accounting.

Richard Viotto, Federal University of Ceará (UFC).

Lawyer, Esp. Civil Procedural Law. 

Samuel Cavalcante Mota, Federal University of Ceará (UFC).

Accountant, Federal University of Ceará (UFC), Department of Accounting

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02-01-2024

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FREITAS, L. A. de .; NASCIMENTO, R. S. do .; CORRÊA, D. M. M. C. .; VIOTTO, R. .; MOTA, S. C. . Public budget and crime: an analysis based on the examination of indicators of lethal and non-lethal crimes in the state of Ceará. REVISTA AMBIENTE CONTÁBIL - Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte - ISSN 2176-9036, [S. l.], v. 16, n. 1, 2024. DOI: 10.21680/2176-9036.2024v16n1ID35016. Disponível em: https://periodicos.ufrn.br/ambiente/article/view/35016. Acesso em: 24 jul. 2024.

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Seção 7: Internacional (S7)