Se engendra un empresarismo mafiógeno
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Bedoya, J. (2010). Se engendra un empresarismo mafiógeno. REVISTA CONTROVERSIA, (195), 46-71. Recuperado a partir de https://revistacontroversia.com/index.php?journal=controversia&page=article&op=view&path[]=65

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La protección violenta se ha convertido en una nueva realidad criminal en el empresariado del sur de Italia, Rusia y Colombia. Este ensayo, basado en las investigaciones de Gambetta en Italia, Volkov en Rusia y Gottschalk, analiza la aparición de una nueva rama de empresarios dedicados a vender protección forzada en Medellín. Argumenta que la mafia, inspirada por la restructuración neoliberal del mercado neoliberal, ocupa, expande y gestiona servicios de protección violentos en un contexto que no se limita al estrecho marco de los bajos fondos y el “mercado negro”, o a los escenarios donde se llevan a cabo actividades económicas ilegales o “no formales”.

Palabras Clave: Empresariado, Mafia, Colombia, Medellín, Protección violenta, Neoliberalismo

 

ABSTRACT

Engender a Mafioso entrepreneurship

The violent protection has become to be a new criminal entrepreneurial reality in the south of Italy, Russia, and Colombia. Studying the rising of a new branch of entrepreneurs devoted to impose forced protection in Medellin and drawing on studies by Gambetta in Italy; Volkov in Russia and Gottschalk, we argue that the Mafia, inspired by neoliberal market restructuring takes up, expands and manages violent protection services in a context that is not limited to the narrow framework of the underworld and “black market”, or to scenarios where illegal or “non-formal” economic activity is carried out.

Key Words: Entrepreneurship, Mafia, Colombia, Medellin, Protecting Violent, Neo-liberalism

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