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Sobre Los Efectos Dela Politica Monetaria Encolombia

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  • ALVARORIASCOS

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  • LUIS FERNANDO MELO VELANDIA

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En este documento estudiamos algunos canales, mecanismos de ampli- ficación y los efectos cuantitativos de la política monetaria en Colombia. Adicionalmente, sugerimos una metodología completa, consistente teóricamente con la teoría del Equilibrio General y práctica para el análisis de política y pronósticos de variables económicas de interés.

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Volume (Year): 22 (2004)
Issue (Month): 45 (June)
Pages: 172-221

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