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Determinantes del número de relaciones bancarias en Colombia

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  • Inés Paola Orozco

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  • José E. Gómez González

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  • José Piñeros

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  • Jose Vicente Romero Ch.

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En este documento se realiza una exploración inicial sobre los determinantes del número de relaciones bancarias del sector corporativo privado de Colombia. Siguiendo otros estudios similares que se han realizado para distintos países, se utilizan modelos de datos de cuenta y se estima un modelo de regresión Poisson y un modelo de regresión Binomial Negativo para hallar los determinantes de la variable de interés. Encontramos que los datos presentan sobredispersión, razón por la cual el modelo de regresión Binomial Negativo es más adecuado que el modelo de regresión Poisson en este contexto. Dentro de este ejercicio se encuentra que las variables de liquidez, tamaño de la firma, composición de la deuda, eficiencia, la tasa activa real y la tasa de crecimiento del PIB, resultan ser importantes en la determinación del número de relaciones bancarias. El hecho que las relaciones bancarias sean afectadas por la actividad económica podría sugerir que durante los tiempos de desaceleración económica las empresas buscan fuentes alternativas de financiamiento.

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Paper provided by BANCO DE LA REPÚBLICA in its series BORRADORES DE ECONOMIA with number 005940.

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Date of creation: 15 Oct 2009
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Keywords: Bancos; Relaciones bancarias; modelos de datos de cuenta.;

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