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El desempleo estructural y la tasa natural de desempleo: algunas consideraciones teoricas y su estado actual en Colombia

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  • Will Alexander Yarce Posada

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En la actualidad, el concepto teórico de tasa natural de desempleo ha trascendido las cátedras universitarias para convertirse en una herramienta útil para analistas y responsables de la política económica. En este artículo, la tasa natural de desempleo es el eje central de análisis y en él se plantean, en la primera parte, algunas consideraciones teóricas asociadas al desempleo estructural y al tasa natural de desempleo y sus determinantes. La segunda parte del artículo se refiere a las estimaciones de la tasa natural en Colombia, los cambios estructurales en años recientes ya los cálculos del autor de la tasa natural para el período 1984-1997. Por último, se plantean algunas conclusiones, a manera de reflexiones finales e implicaciones de p

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  • Will Alexander Yarce Posada, 2000. "El desempleo estructural y la tasa natural de desempleo: algunas consideraciones teoricas y su estado actual en Colombia," Lecturas de Economía, Universidad de Antioquia, Departamento de Economía, issue 52, pages 87-112, Enero Jun.
  • Handle: RePEc:lde:journl:y:2000:i:52:p:87-112
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