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La Mineria Del Oro En Antioquia Y Su Impacto Macroeconomico

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  • JUAN CARLOS ECHEVERRY GARZON

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  • LUIS FELIPE JAIME COUOTT

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En el presente estudio se analiza el comportamiento microeconómico de los agentes vinculados a la minería del oro en el departamento de Antioquia. Con base en una encuesta a pequeños mineros se tipifica la estructura de costos y de producción. Asimismo, se describe en detalle el proceso de intermediación del material aurífero. En una segunda parte se exponen algunos aspectos macroeconómicos de la minería del oro, especialmente los determinantes de las ventas del mineral al Banco de la República

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  • Juan Carlos Echeverry Garzon & Luis Felipe Jaime Couott, 1988. "La Mineria Del Oro En Antioquia Y Su Impacto Macroeconomico," ENSAYOS SOBRE POLÍTICA ECONÓMICA, BANCO DE LA REPÚBLICA - ESPE, vol. 7(14), pages 5-38, December.
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