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Una evaluación de la estrategia comercial de Colombia a la luz de un Modelo de Equilibrio General Computable basado en la ecuación de gravedad

  • Camilo UMAÑA DAJUD

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    La técnica dominante de estimación de la ecuación gravitacional ha impedido su uso parahacer análisis de equilibrio general. En este artículo desarrollamos un modelo de equilibriogeneral computable basado en el modelo pionero de Anderson y van Wincoop (2003) paraestudiar el impacto de los TLCs de Colombia y de una eventual mejora en la inserci´on de laeconom´ıa colombiana en los mercados mundiales.

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    Paper provided by DEPARTAMENTO NACIONAL DE PLANEACIÓN in its series ARCHIVOS DE ECONOMÍA with number 008948.

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    Date of creation: 01 Sep 2011
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