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Ciclos en la economía peruana y exigencias de política

  • Javier Iguiñiz

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    (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú)

Estudiar una economía a partir de sus ciclos económicos implica una cierta confianza en la simultaneidad fundamental de las variaciones de los diversos componentes de esa economía. En otros términos, se supone un tipo de integración de la economía nacional que liga a sus partes de manera indisoluble aunque flexible. La experiencia peruana sugiere la necesidad de tener cierta cautela en tomo a la pertinencia de análisis muy agregados, sobre todo cuando se van a tener en cuenta las implicancias de la dinámica para las personas y las regiones.

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Volume (Year): XI (1986)
Issue (Month): 17-18 ()
Pages: 119-132

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