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La Demanda Por Dinero En Colombia

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  • Javier Gómez P.

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En este artículo estimamos la demanda de dinero en Colombia introduciendo una variable para la innovación financiera. Al introducir la innovación financira obtenemos un vector cointegrante que puede interpretarse como una demanda de dinero pues los coeficientes son teóricamente plausibles. Mostramos que si no se incluye la innovación financiera hay error de especificación en el modelo. Probamos que la demanda de dinero es homogénea y por lo tanto puede interpretarse en una variedad de formas, una de ellas, como la teoría cuantiativa del dinero. Las pruebas de exogenidad débil indican que la variable endógena es el dinero, por lo tanto en Colombia la ecuación cuantitativa puede interpretarse en el sentido de Friedman (1956), es decir, como una teoría de la demanda de dinero. Finalmente, estimamos la velocidad circulación del dinero M1 y M0 como función de la tasa de interés y la innovación financiera. A lo largo del artículo utilizamos una técnica de enorme utilidad en la práctica de la econometría, los promedios geométricos.

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  • Javier Gómez P., 1998. "La Demanda Por Dinero En Colombia," BORRADORES DE ECONOMIA 002969, BANCO DE LA REPÚBLICA.
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    1. José Fernando Escobar R. & Carlos Esteban Posada P., 2005. "Dinero, precios, tasa de interés y actividad económica: un modelo del caso colombiano 1984:I-2003:IV," Monetaria, Centro de Estudios Monetarios Latinoamericanos, vol. 0(1), pages 1-34, enero-mar.
    2. José Fernando Escobar R. & Carlos Esteban Posada P., 2004. "Dinero, Precios, Tasa de Interés y Actividad Económica: Un Modelo del Caso Colombiano," Borradores de Economia 303, Banco de la Republica de Colombia.

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