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Relación entre el riesgo sistémico del sistema financiero y el sector real

  • Wilmar Cabrera


  • Javier Gutiérrez Rueda


  • Juan Carlos Mendoza


  • Luis Fernando Melo


En este documento se analiza la relación existente entre el riesgo del sector real y del sistema financiero. Para esto, se estima un modelo FAVAR en el cual se incluyen un conjunto de variables que reflejan la evolución de la dinámica común de las series de los diferentes sectores de la economía y un componente idiosincrático. Dado el proceso generador de datos identificado en el modelo antes mencionado, es posible estimar las medidas de riesgo del sistema financiero y del sector real utilizando la metodología de regresión por cuantiles. Posteriormente, se usa la medida de CoV aR, propuesta por Adrian & Brunnermeier (2011) para medir el grado de codependencia entre los riesgos de estos sectores. Los resultados muestran que los indicadores de riesgo reflejan las situaciones de estrés que se han presentado en el sector real y el financiero de la economía colombiana. Adicionalmente, mediante las estimaciones del modelo FAVAR se realiza un análisis de impulso respuesta para analizar cómo se trasmiten choques adversos entre un sector y otro.

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Paper provided by Banco de la Republica de Colombia in its series Temas de Estabilidad Financiera with number 062.

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