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¿Disminuyó la diversificación de los grupos empresariales colombianos después de la apertura?

  • Mario García Molina

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Se estudia el comportamiento de la diversificación mediante el índice de entropía para 4 grandes grupos empresariales diversificados colombiano 5 años antes y después de la apertura económica de 1991. Se encuentra que la apertura no hizo que disminuyeran su diversificación. Los grupos aumentaron o mantuvieron su diversificación al salir de algunos sectores y entrar a otros que ofrecían nuevas posibilidades con las privatizaciones.

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Date of creation: 08 Nov 2010
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