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¿Deben las empresas propiedad del Estado cambiar de presidente ejecutivo antes de una privatización? El caso de la industria de telecomunicaciones

  • Alberto Chong

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  • Virgilio Galdo

(Disponible en idioma inglés únicamente) ¿Deben las compañías propiedad del Estado cambiar de presidente ejecutivo en la antesala de su privatización? Ponemos a prueba opiniones encontradas sobre esta cuestión complementando una base de datos dada a conocer recientemente con datos también recabados recientemente. Podemos cubrir 77 procesos de privatización de empresas de telecomunicaciones, que representan casi 80% del ramo en términos de valor. Hallamos que el reemplazo del presidente ejecutivo hace mejorar el rendimiento de la actividad de telecomunicaciones antes de una privatización, en términos de penetración, eficiencia en operaciones y rentabilidad. El cambio de presidente ejecutivo antes de una privatización parece tener consecuencias reales sobre el desempeño de las empresas antes de su privatización. Además, los hallazgos se corresponden con investigaciones anteriores que vinculan el reemplazo del presidente ejecutivo con el aumento del precio de la privatización.

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Paper provided by Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department in its series Research Department Publications with number 4322.

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