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Análisis del Endeudamiento de los Hogares Colombianos

  • Mario Alejandro Gónzalez

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  • John Jairo León

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Este documento analiza los determinantes del endeudamiento de los hogares enColombia en los ´ultimos 14 a~nos. A partir de un modelo simple de elecci´on y con base enlos datos de las Cuentas Financieras del Banco de la Rep´ublica y de la muestra aleatoriacodificada de los renglones de las declaraciones correspondientes a los contribuyentespersonas naturales declarantes del impuesto sobre la renta para los per´ıodos gravables1993 a 2004, se determinan las principales variables que afectan la decisi´on de endeudamiento.Los resultados sugieren que el colateral, los niveles de deuda anterior y lacarga financiera son los determinantes del endeudamiento de los hogares en Colombiay, por lo tanto, las acciones de pol´ıtica deben enfocarse en vigilar el patrimonio de loshogares y la din´amica de la tasa de inter´es para evitar una crisis de repudio similar aaquella de 1999.

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Paper provided by BANCO DE LA REPÚBLICA in its series BORRADORES DE ECONOMIA with number 004020.

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Date of creation: 17 Sep 2007
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