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Politica de control de rentas e inversion bajo incertidumbre

  • Leonardo Gonzalez Tejeda

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    (Universidad de Guadalajara)

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    La imposicion de una politica de control de rentas (PCR) tiene multiples implicaciones: variaciones en el valor de capital residencial, depreciacion acelerada de la vivienda, cambio acelerado en el uso del suelo, existencia de mercados no controlados, transferencia de derechos de propiedad, asi como variaciones en la prima de riesgo del mercado de alquiler de la vivienda. Ante la incertidumbre de implementar una politica de control de rentas, la inversion solo tiene lugar si se observa un precio mayor por unidad de servicios de vivienda debido a que los inversionistas poseen expectativas futuras sobre la implementacion de una PCR. La prima de riesgo sobre control de rentas crea una situacion donde la inversion se ve limitada. La oferta, en el momento de PCR, se vuelve perfectamente inelastica y beneficia a los inquilinos que ocupan la vivienda en el momento de su implementacion. Bajo incertidumbre se obtiene un precio sombra dada la existencia de movimientos aleatorios en la demanda y/o riesgo de imposicion de controles de precios.

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    Volume (Year): 1 (2005)
    Issue (Month): 2 (Enero-Junio)
    Pages: 81-101

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