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El encaje bancario en Colombia Perspectiva general

  • Mauricio Avella Gómez

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    En las últimas dos décadas, coincidiendo con el florecimiento de nuevas visiones acerca de la política monetaria, de sus objetivos e instrumentos, así como acerca del papel de la intermediación financiera, la institución del encaje entró en decadencia; algunos países optaron por deshacerse de ella, al tiempo que otros la han mantenido en su lista de opciones de política, sin renunciar a ella, aunque con un papel muy limitado. En Colombia, desde los primeros estatutos financieros expedidos en los años veinte, el encaje no sólo estuvo presente, sino que hizo parte de un elenco de instituciones ligadas a la estabilidad financiera.

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    Paper provided by Banco de la Republica de Colombia in its series Borradores de Economia with number 470.

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