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Decisiones Financieras y la Administración del Riesgo desde el enfoque del aprendizaje

Listed author(s):
  • García Santillán
  • Herrera Santiago
  • Edel Navarro

El propósito del documento, es identificar los elementos que se asocian a la toma de decisiones en la administración del riesgo financiero desde la perspectiva del aprendizaje. Se sabe que, en teoría financiera las empresas frecuentemente recurren al financiamiento, por consiguiente se genera automáticamente un riesgo latente, ya que el financiamiento va de la mano con variables tales como: tasas de interés y frecuentemente paridad cambiaria, esto último, cuando este es en moneda extranjera, lo que conlleva a visualizar la necesidad del manejo de coberturas de riesgo que ofrece el mercado de derivados. En este sentido se trata de explicar como actuaría el tomador de decisiones para administrar el riesgo, desde su perfil cognitivo y la perspectiva del aprendizaje. Describiendo al final un modelo o propuesta metodológica bajo la cual se pueda estudiar este proceso.

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Article provided by Grupo (Universidad de Málaga) in its journal Contribuciones a la Economía.

Volume (Year): (2006)
Issue (Month): 2006-03 (March)

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Handle: RePEc:erv:contri:y:2006:i:2006-03:06905a3bc81466124da66814983a2387
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