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El Ciclo Económico Enfoques e Ilustraciones Los Ciclos Económicos de Estados Unidos y Colombia

  • Mauricio Avella

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  • Leopoldo Fergusson

La explicación del ciclo económico fue uno de los intereses principales de los economistas en la primera mitad del siglo XX. Tal empeño dejó de ser prioritario en la agenda de la profesión entre fines de la segunda guerra mundial y el advenimiento del primer choque sobre los precios petroleros a mediados de los setenta. Desde entonces el ciclo económico volvió a ocupar una posición prominente en la investigación económica. Este ensayo destaca grandes líneas de investigación sobre el ciclo emprendidas a lo largo del siglo, se cita la controversia acerca de los eventuales cambios del ciclo en la segunda parte de la centuria anterior, y se introduce la discusión de los vínculos entre ciclos de diferentes economías. Este último tópico sirve de introducción al tema de las correlaciones entre ciclos de economías, y a su aplicación a las posibles correlaciones entre los Estados Unidos y Colombia durante el último siglo.

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Paper provided by Banco de la Republica de Colombia in its series Borradores de Economia with number 284.

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