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Impacto de la Política Pública Sobre la Demanda Cultural: el Caso de Cuatro Museos en Colombia

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  • Giovanni Andrés Hernández Salazar

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  • Ana María Olaya Pardo

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    Para incentivar la demanda a los museos, el Gobierno colombiano creó la Ley 580 del año 2000, queestableció la entrada gratuita a los museos entre el 15 de julio y 15 de agosto. La aplicación de esta ley produjo un incremento en la demanda de usuarios durante estos meses, pero generó una disminuciónen los ingresos por boletería. Para resolver esta situación, se aprobó la Ley 929 del año 2004, queestablece la entrada gratuita a los museos el último domingo de cada mes. Este trabajo investiga elimpacto de la Ley 929 sobre los ingresos por boletería y visitantes a cuatro museos de Bogotá. Seconstruyó una base de datos de visitantes e ingresos para el período 2001-2008 y se estimaron modelosunivariados ARIMA de intervención. Se concluye que la ley tuvo un impacto positivo sobre los ingresospor boletería de todos los museos, pero no que no modificó el comportamiento sobre la demandade los visitantes.

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    Article provided by BANCO DE LA REPÚBLICA - ESPE in its journal ENSAYOS SOBRE POLÍTICA ECONÓMICA.

    Volume (Year): (2010)
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    Keywords: política pública; ARIMA; intervención; museos; demanda.;

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