The study employed the multiple regression model in estimating crime against property in the Philippines. The study used the monthly data of variables from 2003- 2007 (Source: PIDS). The parameters of the model were the significant determinants in explaining the cause of crime against property. In consonance to the economics of crime theory, the real exchange rate has an inverse relationship with crime against property, while visible underemployment rate was positively related.
CRIME AGAINST PROPERTY IN THE PHILIPPINES (2003-2007): THE EFFECTS OF REAL EXCHANGE RATE AND VISIBLE UNDEREMPL OYMENT RATE
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