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Reflexiones a propósito de la estrategia de Crecimiento económico en Colombia 2019

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  • Mesa Callejas, Ramón Javier

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  • López Gonzalez, Mauricio

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Resumen: este artículo presenta algunas reflexiones asociadas con el capitulo III del documento Visión Colombia II Centenario: 2019 titulado Consolidar una Estrategia de Crecimiento, su propósito no va más allá de presentar algunas ideas para la discusión sobre ciertos temas que a nuestro modo de ver tienen significancia y relevancia para determinar la trayectoria de la actividad económica colombiana en los próximos años. Estos temas corresponden a: (i) las exportaciones como fuente de crecimientoeconómico; (ii) el régimen cambiario y el desempeño macroeconómico; (iii) las dificultades de reducir el déficit fiscal en un contexto de apertura externa; (iv) el papel de las remesas en el crecimiento y (v) la relación entre el ahorro, el mercado de capitales y el sector financiero.

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  • Mesa Callejas, Ramón Javier & López Gonzalez, Mauricio, 2006. "Reflexiones a propósito de la estrategia de Crecimiento económico en Colombia 2019," PERFIL DE COYUNTURA ECONÓMICA, UNIVERSIDAD DE ANTIOQUIA - CIE, July.
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    Keywords

    crecimiento económico; regimen cambiario; déficit fiscal; remesas; ahorro;

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    • E23 - Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics - - Consumption, Saving, Production, Employment, and Investment - - - Production

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