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Desinflación, Cambio De Anclas Nominales Y Crisis Gemelas: La Experiencia Irlandesa

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Este trabajo examina la desinflación irlandesa de 1979 a 1986 y el éxito posterior en mantener una tasa promedio de inflación baja y estable. Al unirse en 1979 al Sistema Monetario Europeo (SME) liderado por Alemania, se rompió un vínculo de 153 años con la libra esterlina y éste por lo tanto, es el ejemplo de un país que cambió de ancla nominal para lograr la desinflación.

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  • Philip R. Lane, 2000. "Desinflación, Cambio De Anclas Nominales Y Crisis Gemelas: La Experiencia Irlandesa," ENSAYOS SOBRE POLÍTICA ECONÓMICA, BANCO DE LA REPÚBLICA - ESPE, vol. 18(36-37), pages 77-104, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:col:000107:005383
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