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EL ASCENSO DE LA "MANO INVISIBLE": Análisis para el surgimiento de un mercado formal de financiación para empresas de base tecnológica (EBT) en Colombia

  • Ivan D. Hernandez

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  • Rodrigo Alvarez
  • Catalina Blanco
  • Andrés Carvajal
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    Las empresas de base tecnológica (EBT) adquieren un papel cada vez más relevante en el aprovechamiento deventanas de oportunidad para el desarrollo del sistema nacional e internacional de competitividad (Campos et al.2009). El problema de financiación de las EBT se ha delimitado al apoyo de programas gubernamentales y de labanca multilateral, y a desarrollar institucional de los fondos de capital privado y riesgo pero no existen señales delsurgimiento o ascenso de un mercado formal de financiación ni del desarrollo institucional público-privadoalrededor del tema de las EBT al nivel nacional. En aras de ayudar a catalizar la interacción entre la oferta" y la"demanda" para el surgimiento de un mercado formal, este estudio desarrolla un marco conceptual y el diseño depolíticas e instrumentos para ampliar y dinamizar el mercado formal a partir de la caracterización de la demandapor financiación de las empresas de base tecnológica (DFEBT). Es así como el estudio de demanda definanciación de las EBT dejó claro que los actores de la demanda no conocen ni interactúan sistemáticamente conel lado de la oferta de financiación ni tampoco existen reglas institucionales para interacción sistemática. De loanterior se deriva la necesidad de que se establezcan las condiciones que permitan la interacción entre oferta ydemanda, es decir, la cercanía por medio de un mecanismo de mercado, lo cual es más prioritario frente quesimplemente contar con un fondo para el financiamiento de estos proyectos."

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    Date of creation: 27 Apr 2011
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