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Análisis multivariante sobre el crédito comercial para una muestra de PYMES canarias

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  • Olga María Rodríguez Rodríguez

    () (Universidad de La Laguna; Facultad de Ciencias Eonómicas y Empresariales; Departamento de Análisis Económico; Campus de Guajara; Camino de la Hornera s/n; La Laguna; 38071 Sta. Cruz de Tenerife; España; Tfno (0034) 922317116)

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Este trabajo constituye una primera aportación al estudio del crédito comercial en Canarias utilizando datos de la CBULL, que sólo incluye empresas de pequeño y mediano tamaño. Mediante la aplicación de técnicas multivariantes, los resultados muestran que el crédito comercial permite reducir los problemas de información asimétrica que surgen entre la empresa y sus financiadores. Asimismo, las empresas que más conceden son las que menos reciben este tipo de crédito, indicando su mayor acceso a los mercados de crédito.Finalmente, el crédito comercial y el crédito bancario a corto plazo podrían ser sustitutivos o complementarios según las características económico-financieras que muestran las empresas.

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  • Olga María Rodríguez Rodríguez, 2003. "Análisis multivariante sobre el crédito comercial para una muestra de PYMES canarias," Documentos de trabajo conjunto ULL-ULPGC 2003-11, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas de la ULPGC.
  • Handle: RePEc:can:series:2003-11
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    Trade credit; multivariate analysis; multiple correpondences; cluster; information asymmetries.;

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