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Otro Costo de una Inflación Perfectamente Prevista

  • Carlos Esteban Posada


En este documento se expresa el argumento referido al costo sobre la actividad productiva de una inflación perfectamente prevista. El argumento se refiere al caso de una pequeña economía abierta. Además se hace el cálculo del costo para Colombia.

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