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Participación factorial y contabilidad del crecimiento económico en Colombia .Una propuesta de modificación del método de contabilidad del crecimiento

  • Hernando Zuleta

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  • Julián Parada

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  • Andrés García

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  • Jacobo Campo

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Este trabajo aporta tres elementos básicos para el análisis del crecimiento económico en Colombia. En primer lugar, para el cálculo de la participación de los factores en el producto, se separa el ingreso de capital físico del ingreso de capital natural, y el ingreso del trabajo básico del ingreso de capital humano. Con esta metodología se comprueba que la participación de los factores reproducibles tiene una tendencia creciente, como lo sugieren los modelos de innovaciones sesgadas.En segundo lugar, dada la no estacionariedad de la participación de los factores, para estimar la productividad multifactorial, se hace necesario encontrar la medida correcta de los factores. Se utiliza un método empírico para la identificación de estas medidas y se aplica a los datos colombianos. Por último, utilizando los nuevos cálculos de participación de los factores, se desarrolla un ejercicio de contabilidad del crecimiento que permite identificar con mayor precisión el comportamiento de la productividad total de los factores.

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