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Las finanzas en la frontera del conocimiento

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  • Ana María Olaya

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    En los últimos treinta años las finanzas se convirtieron en una disciplina que ha sido objeto de estudio y transformaciones continuas. Su evolución y desarrollo ha sido sorprendente acercándose cada vez más a la frontera del conocimiento. A pesar de que sus primeros estudios fueron solamente prácticos y conceptuales, a partir de las década de los cincuenta surgió la teoría en las finanzas debido al reconocimiento de la incertidumbre y el riesgo tanto en los negocios como en la economía. En la búsqueda de una fundamentación teórica que permitiera predecir los comportamientos en el futuro de los asuntos financieros, se acudió a los conceptos desarrollados por la teoría económica. La complejidad y el surgimiento de nuevos cuestionamientos hicieron que la teoría financiera se sirviera tanto de la economía como de otras disciplinas como las matemáticas, estadística y econometría. En la actualidad es indispensable tener una completa formación en estas disciplinas para incursionar en el estudio de las finanzas.

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    Paper provided by UNIVERSIDAD DEL ROSARIO in its series BORRADORES DE INVESTIGACIÓN with number 003114.

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    Date of creation: 02 Dec 2002
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    Keywords: teoría financiera; riesgo; incertidumbre; interdisciplinariedad;

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