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Determinantes Del Acceso Al Crédito De Los Hogares Colombianos

  • Andrés Murcia Pabón


Este documento busca identificar los determinantes de acceso al crédito de los hogares colombianos y encuentra que características tales como el ingreso, la riqueza, la posición geográfica, el acceso a la seguridad social, el nivel de educación y la edad afectan la probabilidad de ser usuario de los servicios financieros acá analizados (tarjeta de crédito y crédito hipotecario). Adicionalmente se encontró que una porción importante de población cuenta con unas condiciones financieras favorables (representados en unas altas tasas de ahorro) y no cuentan con acceso a servicios financieros, lo cual sugiere que podría haber posibilidades de expandir la oferta de crédito a ciertos segmentos.

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Paper provided by Banco de la Republica de Colombia in its series Borradores de Economia with number 449.

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