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Robert A. Mundell y la teoría de las áreas monetarias óptimas

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  • Phillipe De Lombaerde


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    El obejetivo de este artículo es resaltar la contribución de Mundell a la teoria de las areas monetarias óptimas. Después de una exposición de su articulo de 1961, en el cual propone la movilidad de los factores como criterio para identificar las áreas monetarias óptimas, se sintetiza el desarrollo de la teoría de los años sesenta, que gira alrededor de las contribuciones de Mckinnon (criterio de apertura) y Kenen (criterio de diversificación). Luego se presentan los desarrollos más recientes de la teoría (criterios endógenos, criterio de preferencias homogéneas, etc.) y se hace una referencia al trabajo empírico al que dieron lugar.

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    Article provided by UN - RCE - CID in its journal REVISTA CUADERNOS DE ECONOMÍA.

    Volume (Year): (1999)
    Issue (Month): (December)

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    Handle: RePEc:col:000093:007004
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