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PPC y convergencia de precios: un análisis para las ciudades del Perú

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  • Álvaro Monge


  • Diego Winkelried


Este documento estudia si la teoría de paridad depoder de compra (convergencia de precios) se cumpleentre las principales ciudades del Perú, para asíplantear hipótesis sobre el nivel de integración comercialentre regiones peruanas. Con este fin, seidentifican factores estructurales y de política económicaque inciden en el tipo de cambio real entreciudades. En particular, se encuentra evidencia deque la distribución del gasto público de capital tieneuna incidencia negativa en la convergencia de precios.Este efecto podría revertirse en la medida enque dicha distribución se altere a favor de las zonasmás pobres

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Volume (Year): 27 (2009)
Issue (Month): 58 (August)
Pages: 56-105

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Handle: RePEc:col:000107:005844
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