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Exportaciones No Tradicionales En Colombia Y Sus Determinantes

  • Martha Misas A.

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  • María Teresa Ramírez G.

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  • Luisa Fernanda Silva

La relación entre las exportaciones no tradicionales en Colombia y sus determinantes ha sido ampliamente estudiada en la literatura económica2 (Villar, 1984; Botero y Meisel, 1988; Alonso, 1993; Steiner y Wüllner, 1994 y Mesa, Cock y Jiménez, 1999; entre otros). La mayoría de estos estudios encuentran una relación significativa entre las exportaciones menores y la tasa de cambio real. Sin embargo, el rango de la elasticidad de dicha relación varía considerablemente entre los diferentes estudios. De otra parte, el papel de la demanda externa como determinante de las exportaciones no tradicionales en Colombia ha sido controversial. Un grupo de trabajos supone una demanda mundial completamente elástica y por lo tanto proceden a estimar funciones de oferta (Villar, 1984; Botero y Meisel, 1988; Alonso, 1993). Por otro lado, estudios recientes que han incorporado la demanda externa como determinante de las exportaciones no han encontrado una relación significativa entre ellas (Mesa et. al, 1999; Steiner y Wüller,1994)3.

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