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Expectativas De Inflación En Colombia: Un Ejercicio Econométrico

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  • Martha Misas A.


  • Diego Mauricio Vásquez


Este artículo se centra en la estimación histórica de las expectativas de inflación en Colombia para el período comprendido entre 1980 y 2001 a partir de la información contenida en la dinámica conjunta de la tasa de interés nominal y de la inflación observada. El logro de este objetivo se alcanza teniendo en cuenta: (i) la consideración de mercados eficientes, (ii) la racionalidad en la conformación de las expectativas de inflación1 y (iii) la influencia de la inflación esperada en la evolución de la tasa de interés nominal2. Fama y Gibbons (1982) señalan que este último supuesto se fundamenta en el resultado del modelo Mundell-Tobin donde se observa una relación negativa entre la inflación esperada y la tasa de interés real ex-ante3. A diferencia de Hamilton (1985), no se considera el supuesto de que las tasas de interés reales esperada y observada presenten la misma dinámica en el largo plazo debido a que el procedimiento econométrico utilizado permite la consideración de variables no observadas.

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Paper provided by BANCO DE LA REPÚBLICA in its series BORRADORES DE ECONOMIA with number 002693.

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Length: 23
Date of creation: 30 Jun 2002
Handle: RePEc:col:000094:002693
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