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El papel de las regiones para la estabilidad macroeconómica de Colombia

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  • Montenegro Santiago


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    Durante varias décadas, la economía colombiana ha exhibido el más alto grado de estabilidad macroeconómica en América Latina. A diferencia de hipótesis que han tratado de explicar este comportamiento con base en factores exclusivamente colombianos, este artículo aumenta que una explicación razonable de dicha estabilidad debe, simultáneamente, tratar de explicar la inestabilidad macroeconómica de otros países. Adoptando el enfoque de la economía institucional, este trabajo argumenta que la estabilidad macroeconómica en Colombia ha sido una extensión de su elevado grado de pluralismo regional, el cual ha sido, a su vez, uno de los factores que explican su estabilidad política e institucional. El proceso de apertura y globalización en América Latina, al incrementar el número de actores participando directa e indirectamente en las economías, contribuye a la estabilidad económica e institucional de la región.

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    Volume (Year): (1996)
    Issue (Month): (September)

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    Handle: RePEc:col:000090:007704
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