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Margen de Utilidad y Distribución de las Rentas: La industria manofacturera chilena durante los noventas

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  • José Miguel Benavente
  • José Luis Contreras

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En este trabajo se estima en forma conjunta el markup y la distribución de la renta a cada uno de los factores productivos en la industria manufacturera chilena durante los noventa. Mediante el uso de Método de Momentos Generalizado se encuentra que la mano de obra se lleva un 21% de las rentas, mientras que los proveedores de insumos un 16 %. Lo restante queda en manos de los dueños del capital. Adicionalmente, se muestra que la falta de consideración sobre la existencia de imperfecciones en el Mercado de insumos genera sesgos importantes en las estimaciones del markup, aspecto ignorado en la literatura previa.

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Paper provided by University of Chile, Department of Economics in its series Working Papers with number wp219.

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Date of creation: Sep 2006
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Handle: RePEc:udc:wpaper:wp219

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Keywords: Poder de Mercado; Distribución Rentas; GMM; Manufactura Chilena.;

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