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Inflación y tasas de interés en Colombia

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  • Martha Misas

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  • Hugo Oliveros
  • Roberto Steiner

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Con el objeto de entender si la tasa de interés real es susceptible a ser alterada a través de manejos monetarios que modifiquen la tasa de inflación, presentamos nueva evidencia para Colombia respecto a la relación entre la tasa de interés nominal y la inflación. Siguiendo los desarrollos empíricos más recientes, no se pretende verificar la Hipótesis de Fisher en su versión más tradicional, referida al hecho de que cambios en la tasa nominal de interés. En su lugar, constatamos que existe una relación estable de largo plazo entre la inflación esperada y la tasa nominal de interés, relación de la cual deducimos implicaciones empíricas sobre la dinámica de corto plazo de las dos series. Los resultados son robustos a diferentes definiciones de inflación esperada.

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  • Martha Misas & Hugo Oliveros & Roberto Steiner, 1992. "Inflación y tasas de interés en Colombia," ENSAYOS SOBRE POLÍTICA ECONÓMICA, BANCO DE LA REPÚBLICA - ESPE, vol. 11(22), pages 109-130, December.
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    1. Israel Fainboim & Julio César Alonso, 1997. "Sobre el uso indiscriminado de indicadores fiscales complementarios," COYUNTURA ECONÓMICA, FEDESARROLLO, September.
    2. Gustavo Junca, 2006. "Modelo De Zonas Objetivo Para La Tasa De Interés De Corto Plazo," REVISTA CUADERNOS DE ECONOMÍA, UN - RCE - CID.

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    INFLACION; TASAS DE INTERES;

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