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Medición de la eficiencia del uso de las regalías petroleras: una aplicación del análisis envolvente de datos

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  • Rosa María Armenta Vergara


  • Carlos Alberto Barreto Nieto
  • William Orlando Prieto Bustos

Resumen En este documento se evalúa y analiza la relación entre las regalías directas y las coberturas mínimas alcanzadas por los municipios productores de petróleo para el periodo 2007-2008; mediante la metodología del análisis envolvente de datos. Esta metodología ha sido implementada en diferentes estudios que evalúan la eficiencia en la gestión gubernamental, sin embargo en Colombia no existe evidencia de su utilización en la gestión de las transferencias por explotación de petróleo. Los resultados obtenidos evidencian una eficiencia técnica pura promedio del 24% para el 2007 y 19.6% para el 2008, en los cuatro modelos analizados, de los que se concluye que son pocos los municipios que presentan un desempeño eficiente en cuanto a la gestión de las regalías.__________AbstractThis paper evaluates and analyzes the relationship between royalty direct and the minimum coverage hit by oil-producing municipalities for the period 2007-2008, using the methodology of data envelopment analysis. This methodology has been implemented in different studies that evaluate the efficiency in government, but in Colombia there is no evidence of its use in managing the transfers of exploitation oil. The results show an average pure technical efficiency of 24% for 2007 and 19.6% in 2008, in the four models analyzed, of which it is concluded that few municipalities with an efficient performance in terms of management of the royalties.

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Paper provided by UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE COLOMBIA in its series DOCUMENTOS DE TRABAJO UCATOLICA with number 009819.

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Length: 38
Date of creation: 15 Jun 2012
Handle: RePEc:col:000444:009819
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  1. Guillermo Perry & Mauricio Olivera, 2010. "El impacto del petróleo y la minería en el desarrollo regional y local en Colombia," WORKING PAPERS SERIES. DOCUMENTOS DE TRABAJO 009070, FEDESARROLLO.
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