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La Persistencia Estadística De La Inflación En Colombia

  • Juan José Echavarría

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  • Enrique López

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  • Martha Misas

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En este documento se discuten los distintos factores estructurales que podrían explicar la persistencia de la inflación y se evalúan formas alternativas de calcularla. Con base en las mejores" metodologías se presenta la evolución de la persistencia tanto para el nivel como para la brecha de la inflación en Colombia en el período 1990-2010, por medio de un modelo de cambio de régimen y de un filtro de Kalman. Se concluye que el régimen de infla¬ción objetivo adoptado en 1999 permitió reducir la media y la varianza de la inflación pero no ha modificado la persistencia estadística de manera significativa."

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Volume (Year): 29 (2011)
Issue (Month): 65 (June)
Pages: 224-266

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