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La financiación tradicional de las pymes en España: un análisis en el marco de la Unión Europea

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Este trabajo tiene como finalidad estudiar la situación actual de la financiación bancaria de las Pymes españolas desde un punto de vista comparativo con las Pymes de otros países del Área Euro. Para ello, en primer lugar se analiza la orientación del sistema financiero español y europeo, para posteriormente profundizar en las condiciones de la financiación bancaria desde la perspectiva de la oferta. Por último, se analiza la financiación bancaria desde un punto de vista de la demanda por parte de las propias Pymes

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  • Francisco del Olmo García, 2013. "La financiación tradicional de las pymes en España: un análisis en el marco de la Unión Europea," Working Papers 07/13, Instituto Universitario de Análisis Económico y Social.
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    Pymes; financiación bancaria; Área Euro; restricción crediticia; entidades de crédito;

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