Crime and Covid-19: Effect of changes in routine activities in Mexico City

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Description: This study seeks to examine the effect of the covid-19-related changes in routine activities on crime patterns in an urban area. Using data from Mexico City, I will first identify a suitable proxy measure to estimate the amount of activity outside homes (such as public transit passenger numbers, mobility apps trip queries, or amount of air pollution) before and after the social distancing restrictions imposed due to the Covid-19 epidemic. Then, I will examine if spatio-temporal crime patterns are associated with those of the proxy measures of routine activities.

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Crime and COVID-19: Effect of changes in routine activities in Mexico City This project contains the data, materials and publications for a study on the effects of COVID-19-related changes in routine activities on crime in Mexico City. Replication The code used in the analysis is contained in the Rmarkdown file: covid-final-models.Rmd. The code should run on any modern computer. The code was run ...

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