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Un modelo sobre requisitos macroeconómicos para adelantar reformas de política

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  • William Easterly


  • Hwa Erh-Cheng
  • Piyabha Kongsamut
  • Jan Zizek

La estructura del modelo se puede explicar examinando sus tres componentes claves: el método contable, las ecuaciones de comportamiento y las reglas de proyección de las variables y la elección de variables residuales que exigen las partidas contables. A manera de ejemplo, se presentarán luego algunas simulaciones para mostrar el funcionamiento del modelo.

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Volume (Year): 9 (1990)
Issue (Month): 18 (December)
Pages: 99-132

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Handle: RePEc:col:000107:007765
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