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Determinantes de la Probabilidad de Incumplimiento de las Empresas Colombianas

  • Nancy Eugenia Zamudio Gómez

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    En este documento se caracteriza el endeudamiento del sector corporativo privado con el sistema financiero durante el período 1998-2005, y se hallan los determinantes de la probabilidad de que una empresa colombiana incumpla con el pago las obligaciones que ha contraído con este. A través de un modelo logit multinomial se encontró que la probabilidad de incumplimiento está asociada a indicadores financieros como la liquidez, al número de entidades con los que las empresas tienen créditos y a las características crediticias como los plazos, las garantías y el tipo de establecimiento de crédito. Las predicciones muestran que la probabilidad de incumplimiento se incrementó durante la crisis de finales de la década pasada y en el último año se encuentra en niveles históricamente bajos.

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    Paper provided by Banco de la Republica de Colombia in its series Borradores de Economia with number 466.

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