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Modelo De Zonas Objetivo Para La Tasa De Interés De Corto Plazo

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  • Gustavo Junca

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    Este artículo presenta un modelo monetario de tasa de interés de corto plazo, que generaliza el modelo de formación de tasas de interés de Junca y Rodríguez, y captura los factores exógenos y endógenos que determinan la oferta monetaria y el comportamiento de la tasa de interés de corto plazo. La tasa de interés de corto plazo es mayor si aumentan las expectativas de inflación futura, la tasa de interés externa y las expectativas de tasa de interés futura de corto plazo. El modelo muestra que una política de control de la cantidad de dinero puede estabilizar la tasa de interés de corto plazo, así como las otras tasas de interés.

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    Article provided by UN - RCE - CID in its journal REVISTA CUADERNOS DE ECONOMÍA.

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    Keywords: tasa de interés; política monetaria; modelo zonas objetivo;

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