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Relación entre penetración financiera y crecimiento económico. El caso colombiano en el periodo 2001-2010

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  • Harold A. Padilla Villa

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  • Lorenzo D. Zanello Riva

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Este trabajo analiza los efectos del desarrollo del sistema financiero sobre el crecimiento económico colombiano a nivel departamental, mediante la metodología de datos de panel, para el periodo 20012010. La dinámica financiera durante la época estuvo asociada a la crisis de finales de los noventa, la reestructuración del sistema y la adopción de medidas que desincentivaron la intermediación financiera. Contrario a la literatura, los resultados arrojan una relación negativa entre el desarrollo financiero y el crecimiento económico. Estos resultan coherentes con el desempeño de un sistema financiero que no cumplió con la función de movilizar los depósitos hacia inversión productiva, lo cual demuestra que la relación entre el desarrollo financiero y el crecimiento económico no siempre es positiva.

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  • Harold A. Padilla Villa & Lorenzo D. Zanello Riva, 2013. "Relación entre penetración financiera y crecimiento económico. El caso colombiano en el periodo 2001-2010," REVISTA DE ECONOMÍA DEL CARIBE 014733, UNIVERSIDAD DEL NORTE.
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