TITLE

El Centro Nacional de Inteligencia ante el reto de la seguridad económica

AUTHOR(S)
Roldán, D. Félix Sanz
PUB. DATE
December 2010
SOURCE
Inteligencia y Seguridad: Revista de Análisis y Prospectiva;Dic-May2010, Issue 9, p11
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
La seguridad económica es parté sustancial e inalienable de la seguridad nacional y, como tal, los Servicios de Inteligencia se preocupan también de cuestiones económicas encuadradas bajo el epígrafe de la IE. Actualmente existen dos enfoques, uno más público, como es el caso francés, y otro más discreto, en el que el desarrollo de la IE alcanza diferentes niveles y orientaciones, tanto a lo que en su relación con el sector privado se refiere, como a las actividades que desarrollan. En definitiva, la IE está todavía buscando su sitio dentro de los Servicios de Inteligencia, por lo que cada país deberá encontrar un modelo que le permita rentabilizar al máximo la actuación de sus Servicios en este ámbito.
ACCESSION #
80032258

 

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