Model of Effects of Law and Order on Liberia's Economy

Summary Model
Crime Rate Legal Resources Law Enforcement Economic Health Corruption
Model Overview
The Economic effects of law and order are primarily manifested through a number of mutually interacting feedback loops, as shown in the model diagram. These are:
  • More Law Enforcement reduces both the Crime Rate and Corruption. Both of these leave more of the economic product available for growth-generating economic activity. The more growth generating economic activity:
    • The smaller the intrinsic Crime Rate and amount of Corruption
    • The more resources are available for Law Enforcement.

  • More Legal Resources reduces Corruption, which in turn leaves more of the economic product available for growth-generating economic activity. The more growth generating economic activity, the more Legal Resources can be applied.


For further details, links to each of the sub-models are provided below.
Legal Resources - Crime Rate - Corruption sub-model
Funding Model for Community Justice Advisors (CJA) sub-model
Crime Escalation sub-model(CJA)
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