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Formación de precios y salarios en Colombia T.1

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  • López Enciso, Enrique
  • Ramírez Giraldo, María Teresa

Abstract

"La primera parte compila las investigaciones correspondientes a la formación de precios en el país. Se ha documentado que, en economías muy diferentes, ante los cambios no esperados de la política monetaria se obtiene una respuesta rápida y transitoria de la actividad real. En los precios, por el contrario, la reacción es lenta y permanente. En la mayoría de los países de América Latina es muy poco lo que se ha profundizado acerca de esta evidencia y no se ha podido precisar si la lenta respuesta en los precios se debe a la presencia de rigideces originadas en la formación de salarios, un entorno poco competitivo, las regulaciones en los precios o en otras restricciones en la fijación de estos, aspectos que serán tratados en el presente libro."

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  • López Enciso, Enrique & Ramírez Giraldo, María Teresa (ed.), 2011. "Formación de precios y salarios en Colombia T.1," Books, Banco de la Republica de Colombia, volume 1, number 2011a-04, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:bdr:bdrlib:2011a-04
    DOI: 10.32468/Ebook.664-244-6
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