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Breve Análisis Económico de la Propiedad Horizontal


  • Germán Coloma


La propiedad horizontal es una institución jurídica común en muchos países con derecho civil codificado, que reparte los derechos de propiedad sobre edificios de departamentos u oficinas entre distintos propietarios. Aplicando una versión del teorema de Coase, en este trabajo se analiza a la propiedad horizontal como una solución para establecer derechos sobre activos que producen de manera conjunta servicios susceptibles de ser consumidos en forma individual y conjunta (bienes privados y públicos). Bajo ciertas condiciones, esta institución parece servir para economizar costos de transacción y de administración, en especial en casos en los que los costos de administración de un condominio centralizado son relativamente altos y el número de agentes económicos involucrados (es decir, el número de departamentos en el edificio) también es elevado.

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  • Germán Coloma, 2001. "Breve Análisis Económico de la Propiedad Horizontal," CEMA Working Papers: Serie Documentos de Trabajo. 186, Universidad del CEMA.
  • Handle: RePEc:cem:doctra:186

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    propiedad horizontal; teorema de Coase; derechos de propiedad; bienes públicos; costos de transacción; costos de administración.;

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    • K11 - Law and Economics - - Basic Areas of Law - - - Property Law


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