Micro y pequeñas empresas familiares y no familiares en Latinoamérica: Diferencias en su cultura financiera

Autores/as

  • Oscar Cuauhtémoc Aguilar Rascón Redes de Estudios Latinoamericanos

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24275/uam/azc/dcsh/ae/2022v38n97/Aguilar

Palabras clave:

cultura financiera, micro y pequeña empresa, micro y pequeña empresa familiar

Resumen

El objetivo del presente artículo es evaluar si la gestión de la cultura financiera es diferente entre las micro y pequeñas empresas (mypes) familiares y no familiares, y medir el impacto de la cultura financiera en la productividad entre los empresarios que dirigen mypes que son familiares y aquellas que no lo son. Se desarrolló una investigación cuantitativa con un instrumento integrado por 57 ítems, el cual se aplicó a 34 163 directores de mypes no familiares y a 7 524 directores de empresas familiares, para un total de 41 687 cuestionarios de 160 zonas geográficas de México, Colombia, Argentina, Perú y Ecuador. A través de una diferencia de medias, los resultados muestran que la cultura financiera es distinta entre las mypes no familiares y familiares, posteriormente, por medio de regresiones lineales, se observa que la gestión financiera es la variable que tiene mayor impacto en la productividad de las empresas.

Clasificación JEL: M21; G00.

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Oscar Cuauhtémoc Aguilar Rascón, Redes de Estudios Latinoamericanos

RedesLA - Redes de Estudios Latinoamericanos – Consejo Académico.

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2023-01-20

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Aguilar Rascón, O. C. (2023). Micro y pequeñas empresas familiares y no familiares en Latinoamérica: Diferencias en su cultura financiera. Análisis Económico, 38(97), 149–161. https://doi.org/10.24275/uam/azc/dcsh/ae/2022v38n97/Aguilar

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