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El impuesto predial en Colombia: factores explicativos del recaudo

  • IREGUI, Ana María


  • Ligia Melo


  • Jorge Ramos


En este documento se evaluó el impacto que diversos factores económicos, políticos geográficos e institucionales pueden tener sobre el recaudo del impuesto predial en Colombia. Se utilizó la metodología de datos de panel para una muestra de 295 municipios, durante el periodo 1990-2002. Los resultados sugieren que la dependencia de las transferencias de la nación tiene un impacto negativo sobre el recaudo, aunque no significativo en los municipios más grandes. Por su parte, la violencia tiene un impacto negativo sobre el recaudo, siendo su efecto más importante en los municipios de tamaño mediano. Así mismo, la ubicación geográfica del municipio y el ciclo político inciden sobre el recaudo. Finalmente, se encontró que, en promedio, el recaudo per cápita es inferior en los municipios menos poblados del país.

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Volume (Year): (2005)
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