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Lecciones de las crisis financieras recientes para el diseño e implementación de las políticas monetaria y financiera en Colombia

  • Juan Pablo Zárate Perdomo

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  • Adolfo Léon Cobo Serna

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  • Jose Eduardo Gómez González

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El presente trabajo da cuenta de las principales lecciones que se han recogido en materia de política monetaria y financiera sobre la crisis actual, y traza un paralelo con la crisis colombiana de los noventa (guardadas las proporciones) y con las acciones que de ella se derivaron. Además propone algunas acciones que podrían adoptarse en materia de implementación de las políticas monetarias y financieras con el fin de reducir los riesgos asociados con el comportamiento del sistema financiero y de crédito, tendientes a buscar una economía más estable y con menores desbalances macroeconómicos en el largo plazo.

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Paper provided by Banco de la Republica de Colombia in its series Borradores de Economia with number 708.

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Date of creation: May 2012
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