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Determinantes del spread en las tasas de interés bancarias en el Perú: 1991-1996

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Este estudio cuenta de cuatro partes, las cuales son, primero, La Importancia del Tema, donde se busca justificar el interés del estudio del spread bancario, en particular en el caso peruano, desde diversos ángulos; segundo, Los Hechos Estilizados, donde se presenta y discute la información pertinente a los spreads, tasas de interés, y otras variables concernientes al sector financiero y a la economía peruana en general, habiendo previamente dado una somera visión del marco jurídico-institucional del sistema financiero peruano; tercero, La Explicación del Comportamiento del Spread, que es el centro del estudio, y donde se examina el comportamiento del spread bancario en el Perú, tanto en moneda nacional (soles) como en moneda extranjera (dólares), buscando modelar su comportamiento; y, cuarto y finalmente, Conclusiones: Resumen y Discusión, donde se resumen los hallazgos del proyecto, tanto en sus aspectos positivos como normativos, sin dejar de mencionar sus carencias o debilidades.

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  • Jorge Rojas, 1998. "Determinantes del spread en las tasas de interés bancarias en el Perú: 1991-1996," Research Department Publications 3029, Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department.
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    1. Livacic, Ernesto & Sáez, Sebastián, 2001. "The banking supervision agenda in Latin America," Revista CEPAL, Naciones Unidas Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL), August.

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