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Determinantes y Composición del Endeudamiento Público en Colombia

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Tradicionalmente Colombia se ha considerado como el país más estable de la región, nohabiendo experimentado las crisis de balanza de pagos ni corridas contra el peso, al menosen las proporciones registradas por sus vecinos. Por esta razón, es una economía que ha tenido acceso permanente a los mercados financieros internacionales, aunque se hayanpresentado algunas coyunturas difíciles originadas por choques externos e internos. Entrelos primeros son referencia obligada la crisis de la deuda de comienzos de los añosochenta, y más recientemente el "tequilazo" de 1994 y la crisis asiática de 1997 y 1998.

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  • Santiago Herrera, 2000. "Determinantes y Composición del Endeudamiento Público en Colombia," Research Department Publications 3105, Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department.
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