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domingo, 23 de agosto de 2009

LOS LIMITES DE LA TRANSPARENCIA

Gillian Tett en Financial Times

"And securitisation has produced a particularly curious – or absurd – paradox. A few years ago, it was widely assumed that the process of slicing and dicing credit would create a more “complete”, free-market financial system. But by 2005, credit products had become so complex and bespoke, that most never traded at all. Thus they had to be valued according to models, since they could not even be priced in a market – in a supposed free-market system"

O sea, que los costes de información de los compradores potenciales eran tan elevados en comparación con las ganancias esperadas que no había compradores.

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