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Financial Stability Report for - Second Semester of 2020

The Colombian financial system has not suffered major structural disruptions during these months of deep economic contraction and has continued to carry out its basic functions as usual, thus facilitating the economy's response to extreme conditions. This is the result of the soundness of…

Financial Stability Report for the First Half of 2021 (Only in Spanish)

Poco más de un año después del comienzo de una pandemia global, esta edición del Reporte de Estabilidad Financiera ofrece un balance del papel del sistema financiero en la respuesta de la economía colombiana a la emergencia sanitaria, así como un análisis de su situación de cara a la…

Fiscal impact of the Venezuelan migration

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Forward Looking Loan Provisions: Credit Supply and Risk-Taking

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Geographic Isolation and Learning in Rural Schools

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Government Borrowing and Crowding Out

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Heterogeneity in the Returns to Tertiary Education for the Disadvantage Youth: Quality vs. Quantity Analysis

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Heterogeneity in the use of intraday liquidity sources in the large-value payment system

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Hidden benefits of peace: The case of sexual violence

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How Did the Regional Economies Perform in the First Quarter of 2021?

  Bogotá

(Bogotá D.C., Cundinamarca)

How Did the Regional Economies Perform in the Fourth Quarter of 2020?

  Bogotá

(Bogotá D.C., Cundinamarca)

How do the Tax Burden and the Fiscal Space in Latin America look like? Evidence through Laffer Curves

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How much are consumption, labor and capital effectively taxed in Colombia? Calculations according to the National Accounts base 2015 - Borradores de Economía

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Humans Against Virus or Humans Against Humans: A Game Theory Approach to the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Immigration and Violent Crime: Evidence from the Colombia-Venezuela Border

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Interactions between Formal and Informal Labor Dynamics: Revealing Job Flows from Household Surveys

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Interbank relationship lending in Colombia

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Interbank relationship lending revisited: Are the funds available at a similar price?

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2020 - First semester
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Financial Stability Report Presentation - First semester 2020

Reporte de Estabilidad Financiera - 20 de mayo de 2020 from Banco de la República - Colombia on Vimeo.

3. Other News
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Historical Deterioration of the Labor Market due to the Health Crisis

The Covid-19 pandemic brought about an unprecedented deterioration of the Colombian labor market, both in terms of its pace and magnitude. About a quarter of pre-crisis employment was destroyed in March and April, and while a slight upturn in occupation occurred in May, its annual falls continue…