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Esquema para el análisis de la estructura de un grupo económico

  • Mario García Molina

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Se propone un marco para el análisis de la estructura de un grupo económico diversificado a partir de 6 áreas según la función de cada empresa dentro del grupo: fuentes de efectivo, firmas financieras (que facilitan el flujo de efectivo), firmas que permiten preservar la propiedad y el control de las demás, firmas con alta rentabilidad esperada, firmas con importancia política, y firmas con baja rentabilidad que no están en los grupos anteriores. El grupo está compuesto por una red de firmas ligada a otra de personas. El estudio del grupo es el estudio de la estructura, comportamiento y evolución de tales redes.

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