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La Relación Inflación-Crecimiento: Un Resumen Con Algunas Implicaciones Para Colombia

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¿Cuál es la relación entre la inflación y el crecimiento económico? En la tradición Keynisiana, la curva de Phillips normal plantea que una alta inflación se relaciona con una reducción de desempleo y aumento de la actividad productiva, equivaliendo ambos a mayor crecimiento económico. Tobin (1965) y Mundell (1965) también arguyen que existe una relación positiva entre la inflación y el producto. Por otra parte, los primeros modelos de expectativas racionales de Lucas (1972, 1973) y Barro (1976, 1980) y el trabajo de Sidrauski (1967) no predicen relación alguna el crecimiento anticipado del dinero del producto. Modelos más recientes demuestran que un alto crecimiento del dinero puede tener un efecto negativo sobre el crecimiento económico. Este trabajo está dirigido a lectores que buscan una introducción al tema de la inflación y su relación con el crecimiento económico. Por lo tanto se resume la literatura teórica y empírica sobre el tema en la sección a continuación, y se aumenta la evidencia empírica en la Sección III con los resultados de regresiones de corte transversal para noventa y cinco países en el período 1960-1989. La cuarta sección presenta los antecedentes macroeconómicos para Colombia con énfasis en la relación entre la inflación y el crecimiento, seguida en la última sección de unas conclusiones para el país recogidas del análisis de corte transversal y de estudios recientes de series de tiempo.

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  • ZeinabPartow, 2005. "La Relación Inflación-Crecimiento: Un Resumen Con Algunas Implicaciones Para Colombia," BORRADORES DE ECONOMIA 003079, BANCO DE LA REPÚBLICA.
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