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Inflacion Basica. Una Estimacion Basada En Modelos Var Estructurales

  • Luis Fernando Melo Velandia

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  • Franz Hamann Salcedo

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En este trabajo se presenta y se aplica para Colombia una técnica desarrollada por Quah y Vahey (1995) para medir la inflación básica a partir de la hipótesis de neutralidad del dinero en el largo plazo. Así, la inflación básica se define como aquella parte de la inflación observada que no tiene efectos sobre el producto real en el mediano y largo plazo. Esta definición es consistente con la idea de la existencia de una curva de Phillips vertical en el largo plazo. Dichas hipótesis se pueden incorporar como restricciones dinámicas impuestas sobre un sistema de vectores autorregresivos (VAR) y de esta forma obtener una medida de inflación básica que elimina la ambigüedad de escoger entre diferentes medidas alternativas.

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Date of creation: 30 Jun 1998
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