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La regulación de los órganos de gobierno de las cajas de ahorros: consideraciones electorales

  • Santiago Carbó Valverde

    ()

    (Universidad de Granada)

  • Antonio Palomares Bautista

    ()

    (Universidad de Granada)

  • Victoriano Ramírez González

    (Universidad de Granada)

El presente trabajo supone un avance en la resolución de los problemas de elección social y reparto proporcional de las cajas de ahorros españolas. La regulación estatal y regional relativa a estas instituciones no resuelve adecuadamente los problemas en las elecciones a representantes a los órganos rectores de dichas entidades financieras. La elección de un método para un problema de reparto proporcional, debe hacerse en función de las propiedades que se desean. Consistencia e imparcialidad son, entre otras, dos propiedades importantes a cumplir. Por ello, proponemos St. Laguë como método de reparto. Por otra parte, introducimos el concepto de proporcionalidad en la elección social y probamos que existe un método tipo Borda que la consigue. Utilizando estas opciones, se realizan simulaciones para la distribución de los representantes en los órganos de gobierno de las cajas de ahorros.

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Volume (Year): 171 (2004)
Issue (Month): 4 (december)
Pages: 33-55

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