La decisión de escuchar música grabada en Colombia. Un enfoque microeconométrico // The Decision of Listening to Recorded Music in Colombia. A Microeconometric Approach

Autores/as

  • José A. Bermúdez Triviño Departamento de Economía Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Seccional Cali
  • Lina M. Medina Hurtado Departamento de Economía Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Seccional Cali
  • Luis F. Aguado Quintero Departamento de Economía Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Seccional Cali

Palabras clave:

Música grabada, participación cultural, modelos probit, Colombia, recorded music, cultural participation, probit models

Resumen

El artículo tiene por objetivo determinar las variables que pueden condicionar la decisión observable de un individuo con respecto a escuchar música grabada en Colombia. Para ello, se estiman modelos probit usando microdatos de la Encuesta de Consumo Cultural 2008. Los resultados muestran que individuos con educación superior, que toman cursos y talleres culturales y se sitúan en los niveles medios y altos de estrato socio-económico presentan la mayor probabilidad de escuchar música grabada. Igualmente, se encuentra que individuos que se auto-reconocen como afro-descendientes se asocian con una menor probabilidad de escuchar música grabada. El artículo contribuye a la escasa literatura empírica sobre los determinantes de la participación cultural en países de América Latina.


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This paper purpose is to determine the variables that could influence the individual observable decision of listening to recorded music in Colombia. To do so, probit models are estimated using micro-data from the Encuesta de Consumo Cultural 2008 [Cultural Consumption Survey 2008 ]. Empirical results show that individuals with higher education that take cultural courses and workshops, and belong to medium and high socio-economic strata, are those with the highest probability of listening to recorded music. Additionally, self-identified individuals as African-Colombian-descendent present the lowest likelihood. This paper contributes to the scarce empirical literature
on the determinants of cultural participation in Latin America.

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2016-11-04

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Bermúdez Triviño, J. A., Medina Hurtado, L. M., & Aguado Quintero, L. F. (2016). La decisión de escuchar música grabada en Colombia. Un enfoque microeconométrico // The Decision of Listening to Recorded Music in Colombia. A Microeconometric Approach. Revista De Métodos Cuantitativos Para La Economía Y La Empresa, 21, Páginas 21 a 38. Recuperado a partir de https://www.upo.es/revistas/index.php/RevMetCuant/article/view/2251

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