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Determinantes de la Concentración de Deuda en el Corto Plazo para Empresas del Sector Real de Colombia: Análisis de Datos Panel Basado en Información

  • Luisa Fernanda Gutiérrez Valderrama

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    En el presente documento se analizan los determinantes de la concentración de deuda a corto plazo.Para ello, se utilizó un panel de datos no balanceado conformado por empresas del sector real colombianoque reportan anualmente sus estados financieros a la Superintendencia de Sociedades. El períodoevaluado fue 1998- 2007. Los resultados muestran que la solvencia financiera, la variación de los ingresos operacionales, el tamaño, el nivel de endeudamiento y el ciclo del producto interno bruto sonfactores explicativos del uso de la deuda a corto plazo. Se encuentra que el tamaño de la firma y el nivel de endeudamiento tienen un efecto positivo en la elección de la deuda a corto plazo; a su vez, la variación de los ingresos operacionales, la probabilidad de insolvencia y el ciclo del PIB tienen una relación negativa con el endeudamiento a corto plazo.

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