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Inflación y expectativas de inflación en Colombia

  • Eliana González

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  • Munir Jalil

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  • Jose Vicente Romero Chamorro

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En este documento se desarrolla una exploración empírica sobre la información contenida en las expectativas de inflación obtenidas tanto directa (a través de encuestas) como indirectamente (implícitas en el mercado de deuda pública). Para esto, se realizan pruebas de insesgamiento y eficiencia, se exploran cuales son algunos de los determinantes de las expectativas y se evalúa su capacidad predictiva sobre el comportamiento futuro de la inflación. De acuerdo a los resultados, se puede concluir que las tres medidas de expectativas de inflación empleadas contienen información relevante para pronosticar la inflación, pero dichas medidas por si solas no son un buen pronóstico de la inflación futura.

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