¿Han sido los mercados bursátiles eficientes informacionalmente?

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Juan Benjamín Duarte Duarte
Juan Manuel Mascareñas Pérez-Iñigo

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En el presente trabajo se estudia la contrastación de la eficiencia demercados bursátiles en los últimos quince años, para ello se acude a la revisión de artículos de la base de datos ScienceDirect caracterizando los resultados de forma porcentual. Se encuentra que el 60 % de los trabajos rechaza la eficiencia del mercado, el 35 % presenta evidencia de eficiencia, y el 5 % restante verifica una mejora progresiva de la eficiencia debida a reformas económicas, mayor velocidad en el flujo de información y el lanzamiento de nuevos productos financieros.

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