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Diseño de la Subasta Optima para el Seguro de Invalidez y Sobreviviencia en Chile

Este artículo estudia la forma óptima de implementar el proceso de adjudicación del seguro de invalidez y sobrevivencia en Chile. Nuestro trabajo concluye que dadas las características con que fue diseñado el sistema de invalidez y sobrevivencia, y atendiendo a la estructura de la industria de seguros en el país, la subasta óptima es una combinación de subasta japonesa o (en este caso) descendente con salida en una primera etapa, con una subasta holandesa (primer precio sobre cerrado) en una segunda etapa. Nuestra propuesta considera las preocupaciones por la eficiencia de la subasta, las posibilidades de comportamientos anticompetitivos en ella, el deseo de favorecer la entrada de nuevos competidores y la siempre y necesaria simpleza de la propuesta. Más allá del interés particular en la subasta del Seguro de Invalidez y Sobrevivencia, el artículo presenta una revisión de la literatura de subastas accesible para no especialistas en el tema

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Paper provided by Ilades-Georgetown University, Universidad Alberto Hurtado/School of Economics and Bussines in its series ILADES-Georgetown University Working Papers with number inv209.

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Length: 54 pages
Date of creation: Oct 2008
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Handle: RePEc:ila:ilades:inv209
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