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La estructura de las tarifas de registro en las Cámaras de Comercio y beneficios de sus servicios: impacto sobre la competitividad y la formalidad empresarial

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  • Natalia Salazar Ferro

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  • Carlos Antonio Mesa

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  • Natalia Navarrete

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    El objetivo principal de los registros mercantiles es garantizar que las empresas cumplan con la normativa vigente y poner esa información a disposición del público. Así, los registros son “difusores” de información, promueven confianza en las transacciones comerciales, facilitan el acceso al sistema financiero formal y al sistema jurídico y permiten participar en la contratación pública. Los diferentes estudios muestran que el número de trámites, el tiempo que toman y los costos monetarios asociados impactan la probabilidad de que las firmas se registren y por esta vía entren a la formalidad. Dado los diferentes problemas que presenta la estructura del registro mercantil en Colombia, se simularon escenarios hipotéticos con estructuras de tarifas alternativas, acordes con los principios que debería seguir un esquema de precios como estos, y se presentan los efectos en el costo del registro para los diferentes tamaños de empresas y en los resultados financieros de las Cámaras de Comercio.

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    Paper provided by FEDESARROLLO in its series INFORMES DE INVESTIGACIÓN with number 015726.

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    Length: 94
    Date of creation: 30 Jun 2017
    Handle: RePEc:col:000124:015726
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