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Dinero, Precios, Tasa De Interés Y Actividad Económica: Un Modelo Del Caso Colombiano (1984:I-2003:Iv)

  • José Fernando Escobar R.

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  • Carlos Estaban Posada

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A partir de un esquema de oferta y demanda de dinero se estimó un modelo de relaciones de corto y largo plazo entre cinco variables: base monetaria, dinero (M1), tasa de interés, producto y nivel de precios al consumidor (cifras trimestrales desde 1984:I hasta 2003:IV). El modelo es del tipo denominado SVEC (Structural Vector Error Correction). Los parámetros de las funciones de oferta y demanda de dinero son compatibles con las restricciones teóricas convencionales. La estimación utilizó la metodología de tendencias estocásticas comunes para realizar un análisis de impulsorespuesta y un ejercicio de pronóstico con las posibles variables débilmente exógenas.

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Date of creation: 31 Aug 2004
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