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Hechos Estilizados de la Economía Colombiana:Fundamentos Empíricos para la Construcción y Evaluación de un Modelo DSGE

  • Juan Carlos Parra Alvarez

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En este documento se presentan los resultados obtenidos de un ejercicio empírico que pretendeextraer los principales hechos estilizados de la economía colombiana para el período 1994:I2007:I. El objetivo es servir de apoyo tanto para el diseño y especificación como para la evaluaciónde un modelo de equilibrio general dinámico y estocástico (DSGE) que actualmentedesarrolla el Departamento de Modelos Macroeconómicos del Banco de la República. Para ellose emplea una base de datos que permite descomponer algunos de los principales agregadosmacroeconómicos calculados por el DANE a través del sistema de cuentas nacionales anualesen sus componentes doméstico e importado, asi como construir una medida de los márgenesde comercialización adicionados a los bienes de consumo e inversión importados. Una vez sedispone de los datos, se analiza la estructura de la economía colombiana por componentes deoferta y demanda siguiendo de cerca la metodología empleada por Restrepo y Soto (2004) enChile y Restrepo y Reyes (2000) en Colombia.

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