Interdependencia y regímenes cambiarios en Mercosur: un modelo macroeconómico de equilibrio general computado para su medición
[Interdependence under different exchange rate regimes in the Mercosur. A macroeconomic computable general equilibrium model]
AbstractMercosur is currently going through an intermediate integration stage in which macroeconomic interdependence acquires more importance. Then, the need arises to adopt strategic definitions with regard to the future of the process itself. The study examines macroeconomic interdependence with a macroeconomic computable general equilibrium model. This enables an estimation of the sign and extent of transmission of shocks originating either in a Mercosur country or in the rest of the world. The results of the model simulations show that interdependence has important effects. We discuss the possibility of implementing a process of cooperation as an alternative to play Nash in some key policies.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 7845.
Date of creation: Dec 2005
Date of revision: 2005
exchange rate regimes; Mercosur; CGE models; shocks simulations; policy coordination; channel of transmission;
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