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Gas y electricidad. Cálculos económicos para una propuesta integral

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  • Diana Mondino
  • Ricardo Molina

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Entre el 2014 y el 2015 se realizaron una serie de reuniones en las aulas de la UCEMA, con el auspicio del Centro Interdisciplinario de Políticas, Negocios y Economía (CIPNE), donde se reunieron más de cincuenta especialistas de distintas áreas de estudio con el propósito de elaborar una propuesta integral para el sector de gas y electricidad de la Argentina. Los objetivos de esa propuesta fueron identificados como: a) eliminar el déficit fiscal proveniente de los subsidios económicos a la energía con tarifas razonables; b) destruir el círculo vicioso entre necesidades de energía y las necesidades de divisas para afrontar las crecientes importaciones; c) lograr inversiones para el sector energético equivalentes al 5/7% del PBI por año; y d) recuperar el rol regulatorio del Estado que ha devenido en los últimos años en un elevado intervencionismo de los mercados energéticos domésticos. La propuesta debía surgir a partir de soluciones innovadoras, compatibles con las mejores prácticas internacionales y con altos estándares de calidad de servicio.

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  • Diana Mondino & Ricardo Molina, 2016. "Gas y electricidad. Cálculos económicos para una propuesta integral," CEMA Working Papers: Serie Documentos de Trabajo. 589, Universidad del CEMA.
  • Handle: RePEc:cem:doctra:589
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