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Preferência Pela Liquidez dos Bancos Públicos no Ciclo de Expansão do Crédito no Brasil: 2003-2010


  • Victor Leonardo de Araujo


Este trabalho pretende mostrar que, durante o ciclo de expansão de crédito na economia brasileira entre 2003 e 2010, os bancos públicos atuaram com grau de preferência pela liquidez superior à dos bancos privados até a eclosão da crise financeira internacional. A necessidade de obtenção de resultados econômico-financeiros por parte dos bancos públicos teria norteado a sua atuação e imposto restrições ao longo de todo o período. This study aims to show that during the cycle of credit expansion occurred in the Brazilian economy between 2003 and 2010, public banks had acted with a degree of liquidity preference higher than that of private banks until the international financial crisis. The need to achieve economic and financial results by public banks have guided and restricted his actions over the whole period.

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  • Victor Leonardo de Araujo, 2012. "Preferência Pela Liquidez dos Bancos Públicos no Ciclo de Expansão do Crédito no Brasil: 2003-2010," Discussion Papers 1717, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada - IPEA.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipe:ipetds:1717

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