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Perspectivas del entorno macroeconómico para algunas variables fundamentales en Bolivia

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  • Lilian Sonia Loayza Ojeda
  • Alberto Samuel Rojas Cordero
  • Daney David Valdivia Coria

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En el contexto macroeconómico actual, es importante tener perspectivas acerca de variables que influyen en la formación de expectativas de los agentes. En este marco, la inflación es una variable que está afectada por distintos canales y en el mediano plazo se esperaría que se moderará, no así en el corto plazo; por otro lado, variaciones a nivel mundial de tipos de cambio en economías desarrolladas tienen un efecto sobre las economías en desarrollo. Ambas variables, en última instancia, afectan al nivel de bienestar de los hogares. Finalmente, en el corto plazo en Bolivia estas variables seguirán siendo afectadas por un entorno macroeconómico adverso.

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  • Lilian Sonia Loayza Ojeda & Alberto Samuel Rojas Cordero & Daney David Valdivia Coria, 2008. "Perspectivas del entorno macroeconómico para algunas variables fundamentales en Bolivia," Observatorio de la Economía Latinoamericana, Grupo Eumed.net (Universidad de Málaga), issue 98, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:erv:observ:y:2008:i:98:6
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