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Cambio estructural en la competitividad ecuatoriana después de la dolarización


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  • Gustavo Solórzano Andrade


  • Iván Rivadeneyra Camino
  • Luis Ángel Guamán Lazo
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    Muchos estudios teóricos y empíricos establecen que una política monetaria contractiva tiene efectos negativos en la competitividad y que pueden ser permanentes. El presente artículo busca evidencia de un cambio permanente en la competitividad ecuatoriana con respecto a sus socios comerciales Colombia y Perú entre los años noventa, cuando había una política comercial discrecional, y los años posteriores a la dolarización de la economía.

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    Article provided by UNIVERSIDAD DEL NORTE in its journal REVISTA DE ECONOMÍA DEL CARIBE.

    Volume (Year): (2009)
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    Handle: RePEc:col:000382:008810

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    Keywords: Contracción monetaria; pérdida de competitividad; quiebre estructural.;

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