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Modelo Estándar de Equilibrio General Computable

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  • Álvaro Andrés PERDOMO STRAUCH


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    Cuando se llevan a cabo discusiones de política económica es importante utilizar herramientas provenientes de la teoría económica que permitan adelantar con mayor solidez las argumentaciones. Igualmente, cuando se estudian modelos de teoría económica es interesante incorporar dentro de estos modelos cifras de la vida real para ver cuál es el comportamiento de los mismos ante diferentes choques o medidas de política económica. En varias ocasiones ninguna de las dos actividades anteriormente reseñadas es llevada a cabo porque no se cuenta con la experiencia y/o con el tiempo suficiente para desarrollar las herramientas adecuadas que permitan adelantar dichas actividades.En este documento se va a presentar un modelo estándar de equilibrio general computableque pueda ser utilizado como insumo para adelantar diferentes discusiones de políticaeconómica1.

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    Paper provided by DEPARTAMENTO NACIONAL DE PLANEACIÓN in its series ARCHIVOS DE ECONOMÍA with number 004943.

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    Date of creation: 31 Jul 2008
    Handle: RePEc:col:000118:004943
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