Viridiana Rios
TitleCited byYear
Drug violence in Mexico
C Molzahn, V Ríos, DA Shirk
San Diego, Trans-Border Institute, University of San Diego, 2012
341*2012
Why did Mexico become so violent? A self-reinforcing violent equilibrium caused by competition and enforcement
V Ríos
Trends in organized crime 16 (2), 138-155, 2013
1932013
Drug violence in Mexico: Data and analysis through 2010
V Ríos, DA Shirk
Trans-Border Institute, University of San Diego, 2011
136*2011
The Role of Drug-Related Violence and Extortion in Promoting Mexican Migration.
V Ríos
Latin American Research Review 49 (3), 199-217, 2014
99*2014
Knowing where and how criminal organizations operate using web content
M Coscia, V Rios
Proceedings of the 21st ACM international conference on Information and …, 2012
97*2012
How government structure encourages criminal violence: the causes of Mexico's drug war
V Rios Contreras
942013
Evaluating the economic impact of drug traffic in Mexico
V Rios, K Sabet
Unpublished working paper. Department of Government, Harvard University. www …, 2008
67*2008
How government coordination controlled organized crime: The case of Mexico’s cocaine markets
V Rios
Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (8), 1433-1454, 2015
62*2015
How criminal rivalry leads to violence against the press
B Holland, V Rios
The Journal of Conflict Resolution, 2015
33*2015
Tendencias y explicaciones al asesinato de periodistas y alcaldes en México: El crimen organizado y la violencia de alto perfil
V Ríos
Cambridge: Harvard University), unpublished typescript (http://www. gov …, 2012
242012
Who started the Mexican drug war? What Google taught us about the" narcos"
V Ríos
Kennedy School Review 13, 18, 2013
232013
To be or not to be a drug trafficker: Modeling criminal occupational choices
V Ríos
Unpublished working paper. Department of Government, Harvard University. www …, 2010
222010
How and where do criminals operate? Using Google to track Mexican drug trafficking organizations
M Coscia, V Rios
CID Research Fellow & Graduate Student Working Paper, 2012
192012
Crime and violence effects on economic diversity: The case of Mexico’s drug war
V Rıos
17*2017
¿Quién mata a los periodistas?
V Ríos
Viridiana 1, 08, 2013
142013
Multicultural institutions, distributional politics, and postelectoral mobilization in indigenous mexico
TA Eisenstadt, V Ríos
Latin American Politics and Society 56 (2), 70-92, 2014
132014
Engordando la Constitución
H Fix-Fierro
Nexos, México 1, 2014
12*2014
Los grupos criminales en Google. Nexos, diciembre
V Ríos
122012
Why are Mexican mayors getting killed by traffickers? Corruption Dynamics in Mexico
V Rios
Unpublished manuscript, Chicago, IL: MPSA Annual Conference, 2011
122011
Chiapas peor que ayer
V Ríos
Revista Nexos, 2014
11*2014
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