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¿Temor a la flotación o a la inflación? La importancia del traspaso" del tipo de cambio a los precios"

  • Armando Baqueiro


  • Alejandro Díaz de León


  • Alberto Torres


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    En este trabajo se analiza el traspaso" del tipo de cambio alos precios en la transición de escenarios de inflación alta a escenariosde inflación baja y estable. El propósito es probar silos regímenes de inflación baja y estable propician una disminucióndel "traspaso" del tipo de cambio a los precios, yasí, a través de esta disminución, debilitan el fenómeno de"temor a la flotación" experimentado en algunas economíaspequeñas y abiertas. Para un grupo de economías pequeñasy abiertas, que en años recientes han experimentado un procesode reducción de inflación, se muestra que la intensidad del "traspaso" del tipo de cambio disminuye en la medida en que la inflaciónes menor. Así, se argumenta que una vez que las variables nominales seestabilizan el "temor a la inflación" que cualquier banco central debe tenerno implica un "temor a la flotación"."

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    Volume (Year): 21 (2003)
    Issue (Month): 44 (December)
    Pages: 64-94

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    Handle: RePEc:col:000107:005299
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