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Nueva Metodología de Cálculo para el Crecimiento de la Actividad Generación Eléctrica en Frecuencia Mensual

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  • Felipe Labrín
  • Marcelo Méndez

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This document describes the methodology used for calculating the value added of the electric generation activity in monthly frequency, based on the 2008 Benchmark Compilation of Chile’s National Accounts. The new methodology is then compared with that used in the previous compilation cycle, which was based on the results of the 2003 benchmark compilation. Finally, by applying the current methodology, we simulate the impact that developing the energy matrix based on different fuels while maintaining a fixed hydrological scenario would have on GDP for 2013.

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  • Felipe Labrín & Marcelo Méndez, 2013. "Nueva Metodología de Cálculo para el Crecimiento de la Actividad Generación Eléctrica en Frecuencia Mensual," Economic Statistics Series 99, Central Bank of Chile.
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    1. Carmen Gloria Escobar & Marcelo Méndez, 2007. "Efecto de la Sustitución de Combustibles en el Valor Agregado de la Generación Eléctrica," Economic Statistics Series 61, Central Bank of Chile.
    2. Simón Guerrero & René Luengo & María Pilar Pozo & Sebastián Rébora, 2012. "Nuevas series de Cuentas Nacionales encadenadas: Métodos y fuentes de estimación," Economic Statistics Series 90, Central Bank of Chile.
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